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I wasn't here in a while because of our new wannabe favourite couple. And my precious recapper also writes about GG again:
Fortunately, Dan’s soon-to-be-future girlfriend Agent Alessandra has the perfect cure for this (please say it’s sex with a prostitute, please say it’s sex with a prostitute) : spend the summer in Italy with an elite and snooty group of writers, of course! You know what? I like this idea even better than the prostitutes. Send Dan to Italy . . . better yet, Tokyo . . . better yet the North Pole! He and Santa could exchange haircare tips!
just popping in for a Dan rant:
It is interesting how everyone loses everything to Dan. He is unbeatable. I would love to have someone ask Josh someday about why so much Dan love. Serena/Nate died because of Dan. Chuck and Blair are being killed for Dan. Nate has to support Dan's love life over Chucks Serena and Chuck wanted to help and support Blair but only Dan could do that. Blair and Serena are not best friends anymore because of Dan. What is next for Dan to accomplish?
Found this lol:
SO THE QUESTION IS …
What do Dan and Blair have in common aside from a common interest in movies and books? After the book is finished, or the movie ends; then what? The only thing that Dan and Blair have over Chuck and Blair is institutionalised education. But what Chuck lacks in book knowledge, he makes up in practical knowledge. Chuck and Blair share so much more than they are given credit for because it has not been paraded before us through contrived dialogue – or “witty banter” if you will. Their affinity is natural and organic and can do without the fanfare.
Chuck and Blair are fictional characters in a story, they are not real people and to relate them to real life situations to make a narrative conclusion is to do a disservice to the storytelling. Clearly their story is one told over the course of 5 seasons; and still ongoing despite this “dair-tour”. Chuck and Blair, Blair and Chuck; the ONLY ending that makes sense.
Actually Chuck plays the piano (2.12) and the Armstrong reference was in 3.09 because they were talking about the debutante ball. I’d point out more of their cultured-ness but it requires a whole list, picspams, dictionary definitions and encyclopedic references. Does anybody want to help me with this? :)
Lol @ the "Dair-Tour"
I'm now hearing that Dan and the cab he hailed yesterday are on their way to the Yonkers castle. Let us know if there are pictures!