Hepatitis C? Let's hope "Black" used a condom on NYE. (Spoilers)
Is anyone else concerned about this new development? If I was Chuck, that's the first thing I would have thought about...Jack slept with Blair--the supposed love of his life. Hello? Gross.
My mind went there almost immediately too. But I would think that Jack knows by now to use condoms. If he's as experienced as the how makes it seems he probably always wears them.
I would still think he'd tell her. I would certainly want to know. Uch.
Oh dear...I went there on the episode spoiler topic and got beaten down because apparently Hepatitis C is mostly contracted from blood-blood contact so there is like, only 14% chances it's from sex...
I am so glad that someone else thought about this besides me. It doesn't matter if the transmission rate is low, it can still be transmitted through sexual intercourse with an infected individual. I hate to say it, but the rates of HIV transmission aren't as high as one might think. Also, and I am not trying to start a war here at all, but I found it in poor taste that the writers bring Hepatitis C into an episode in which two characters are having drunken sex. I know it doesn't make for great tv, but I really wish they had shown Blair or Dan pulling out a condom from his wallet or something. Also, I will say that when you are pregnant they run tests for most STDs, so Blair is fine, but it would have been interesting to see Chuck acknowledge the impact this could have on her.
it would have been interesting to see Chuck acknowledge the impact this could have on her.i agree. but let's face, it would only happen in chuccultists minds.
oh another insulting name! how creative :) we'd come up with names for you guys, but we have better things to do than talk about you all the time.
better things to do? you mean like sending death threats to the writers' twitter accounts? LOL go ahead. think up an insulting name for us...we don't mind!
To be honest, this was the first thing I thought too. If Jack had Hep C by then already that is.