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Leighton looked uncomfortable in that last scene. This show is one of the first show Ive seen that the actors seem relieve at the last episode and not emotional in any way. I remember seeing thats 70s show finale with the actors crying during rehearsal..Here you only see a couple of actors being glad its over. More so the finale chapter didnt make any sense with the rest of the season and honestly it seemed like a badly written romance movie...Nothing made any sense...
I think its pretty obvious that they didnt make them end up together because it would be weird for Derena to happen. I think Rufly have way more chemistry and history than Derena. Sorry to say this but Rufly deserved their happy ending no matter what.
I'm just happy that it is over... Dan as GG would make him the worst person in the universe, so really I don't get why Blair would open her home to him for his and Serena's wedding. Gosh I don't even understand why Serena would want to talk to him. A lot of things didn't make any sense, but hey it's over now at least we have the pleasure to say it is over.
OH Magnus...Such good news..such good news for you and a great christmas gift for your parents. So happy for you :D
Oh I forgot : Chuck killed his father but it's totally fine because it's a show
I don't see any other ways for the show to end then Chuck being behind bars for the rest of his life*and maybe Blair too*. I mean the situation was safe, Chuck and Blair were not getting in danger. A moral person would have saved Bart, therefore they both are guilty of criminal negligence. There is no other way to put it...
Chalice it's horrible! I mean at some point BB and CB were a team, they were getting along...BB may have not been the best father in the entire world, but he still 'raised' his son. He might have tried to kill him, but that doesn't give Chuck the right to kill him. 'an eye for and eye will make us all blind' remember? There is so many wrong things here, there is no defending Chuck, what he did was wrong! Every religion/moral person will tell you that. The 'breaking a glass above your hair that hurt you' physical violence may have been a far fetched accident for the Chair fans to argue about, but letting your own family die...OUCH!
For some reason that scene made me think of Beauty and The Beast, a movie that has been the Chuck/Blair reference since the beginning of season 1. As you can recall, Gaston comes to the castle to kill the beast, as he is about to fall he begs for his mercy and the beast suddenly decides to let him go. Gaston comes back and kills the beast before falling to his death. The beast is the good guy, because even if Gaston came to his castle and destroyed everything the beast ever had, he let him go.
Way way deep Elise because see, there is 2 things that are absolutely wrong here :
1-Not helping somebody who is about to die is one thing, I mean if you are, as you said, a good person deep down, you know that no matter who it is, if there is a situation where you can save someone from death without dying yourself, you would. Even if it was a complete stranger, a murderer, or your worst enemy, it's basic human actions. Some would do it for their conscience, some would do it just because of religion or something else, but anyone would do it.
2-If it were your own family, family is family...Bart may have been a horrible dad (though I record some warming up at some point in GG) but your family is your family, and how horrible and awefull they are, you can never hurt your family...It's something that's deep down in your core. This one is hard to explain, but even if sometimes you want them all to disappear or you don't get along with them, you will always love them no matter what, therefore letting his own dad die make it even worst.
If people tell me he was dangerous for Lily, Chuck, Blair etc etc...Let me tell you something. When you are hurting people, you go to jail. You don't do your own little vengeance. If everybody was aloud to do their own law, the world would be chaotic. All this storyline to have Chuck kill his father and for some reason not being blame for it??? You really want to tell me Dan is the bad guy now?