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I don't post here often, but last night episode just me furious!
First, we have Rufus telling Dan to stay away from Blair because she is a married woman. He the last person to give advice like that. Didn't he go after Lily knowing full well she was marry to Bart? Come on, writers. Why are you forgetting your GG history?
Second, Dan and Blair kissing in Chuck's room! Now, if it was Chuck kissing Blair everyone (minus Chair fans) would throw a hissy fit. That he is not respecting Blair's marriage (even though it is scam marriage), that he's a scumbag. Basically he would be thrown in the lion's den. But because Dan kissed Blair, it's okay! That is bull! What Dan is doing is just wrong and people don't have a problem with that.
That is my rant and it felt so good to let it out.
Hello, I don't really post as much as here, but I really should.
I hate Dan Humphrey! I'm sorry if you're a fan of him, but I can't stand him. He was cool in the first two seasons, okay in the third season, but he really got on my nerves last season.
It doesn't make sense to me why he would fall for Blair? Just because they like the same movies and books, doesn't mean they're soulmates! Also, Blair and Jenny are enemies. Blair used her many times in the past and banished her from UES. Wow, Dan is such a wonderful older brother to his kid sister.
I swear, if Dan/Blair are endgame at the end, I will throw my tv from the window.
And where the hell did Chivy (Chuck/Ivy) came from? I don't even remember if they had scene last season. If they did, then I don't care. It's never going to happen.
Chair are meant to be. They are endgame. I really want Chuck to be there for Blair when he founds out about baby Bass. I don't want him to be with a new girl. I want Blair to end her engagement to Louis. I really do think GG is going to end after season five is over. They are running out of storylines, so writers bring back Chair.
Thanks for reading. I had to vent.
Plus, why will Dan sleep with the woman who ruins his sister life? Doesn't make any sense.