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yes we get it juliette, raina saves blair. why dont we wait for the episode to actually air
they should take accountability and fix this
i agree with your post Nadine, i just dont think the writers wanted to make blair look scared of chuck if they said they didnt want to. other than that i agree with everything.
i agree with everyone, trust me. i just dont think they intentionally wanted to bring about an abusive relationship you know. i agree, ITS FUCKED UP. its horrible and cruel and blair deserves to be treated like a princess. i dont think the scene was portrayed well and i think the writers dont even realize that they fucked up chuck and blairs relationship forever because taking it from just the scene, if blair ever took him back after what he did would be a disgrace.
anyone who argues that the scene wasnt abusive is ridiculous, im just defending the writers and the actors for messing up the message they wanted the scene to say
i completely agree with the message the scene shows. dont get me wrong, when i first looked at the scene i was like omg, abusive relationship, blair get out of there etc... but you have to put it into context that the writers didnt want it to look like blair was in danger but they really did completely mess up the scene
so you genuinely think that the writers intended for chuck to physically and emotionally hurt blair and that blair is completely defensely and there is absolutely no doubt that the scene may have just been acted out wrong....
every single relationship in the show has mentally and emotionally abused each other. they all lie and personally try to hurt one another. they dont trust each other. they ALL have problems, that what makes the show so interesting, that they are all completely disfunctional and their retaliation when that doesnt work is to emotionally harm eachother. GIVEN, why gossip girl was made, to emotionally take down people and make them feel bad about themselves.
i completely agree with that. if you interpret that scene as chuck violently attacking blair, which the writers did not intend for, it is not a good excuse to say he was drunk and he didnt actually want to physically hurt her