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Everyone looks really good looking in it! Nate and Serena always look good. But Dan, Blair and Chuck look so attractive. All of their hairstyles have improved. Blair's hair and the winter outfit has made her look so beautiful in her "pale with a hint of blush on her cheeks" way. That girl is made for the winter season! Chuck's hair has grown out and he just looks so handsome. Dan is hot and his hair is a vast improvement from that mop he was rocking in 5x24.
I think that once Lily finds out that someone really has been hurt in the process of Bart covering up his secret, she will turn her back on him and realise what a true ruthless villain that man really is. The federal crime that Bart committed was too tame. It was so helpless and not exactly a horrible thing to do. But if people have been seriously hurt in the process of him covering up this crime, this will make it worse. I'm talking murder, ruthless blackmail and torture here.
Guys you need to watch 2x14 again! It had some of the best one liners and moments. It's a sneaky episode. Not just the Chair, but the Jeric and Derena. Jack and Chuck's banter in the principals office is so funny in a twisted, dark way.
Sorry but I totally understand Chuvk and where he's coming from. You need to remember that Chuck and Blair belong together because of their needs outside of their relationship. They are the only ones who understand that about each other and its partially why they are in love. So if Chuck were to just marry Blair in this lost state of his right now it would be like Blair marrying Chuck without any success as a powerful business woman. It's not fair at all. Blair has made Chuck wait twice now for this reason. So they can be real equals. So why can't Chuck do the same?
Also, ep7 proved to me that it's not just about defeating his Dad or his anger at his Dad. It IS like Chuck said in the limo in ep1. He's doing this for Blair. It's his way of being able to man up for her and his way of finding his way in the world. In the past he hasn't treated her properly while doing this. He's trying to keep Blair away from this because if it came down to it he would choose Blair over advancing forward in his mission. So he's not allowing there to be a reason for that. I think he doesn't trust himself as well. He still doesn't believe everyone won't abandon him unless he can man up in this way. And he was abandoned by Lily AND Nate last week. It's just the thing he didn't need to experience
The scene with Nate and Chuck at the bar kind of reminded me of the scene where Serena told Blair she killed someone. The music and dialogue created the perfect tension. I felt emotional watching it