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It was pretty amazing :) I LOVED all the Chair scenes!!!!
and Georgina! What a twist!
JennFromCalgary, I completely disagree with just about everything you just said about that episode, and the writers. I thought that the last scene of it was sweet and romantic, and when it might not be dramatic, or passionate, or angsty, it was still amazing! I, for one, think that CB have had enough angst and tension to last a lifetime! And as for, "Sure there were a few cutsie moments", did you watch any of it at all? The little strip tease Blair does for Chuck, just to make him say how he feels about her? Or her refusing to keep her label? That was plenty of passion for me!
Also, I found a few of your statements to be oxy morons of each other. "the true GG fans who are really into this show are waiting for more passion such as like what we saw in season one." and "As the cast matures on this show, season three also bettter start showing some growth!" How exactly would the show be showing growth if they were going back to the way things were in Season 1?
Maybe next time you go on a GG bash, and insult the writers, maybe use "I" statements, instead of going on about how the true GG fans who are really into the show were disappointed with this. I'm not, and I've watched it religiously. So don't make it out that any one who enjoyed it isn't a "true" fan of the show, as if they're some kind of morons. And if you're looking for entire episodes of tension, or passion, or over-the-top dramatics, go read some crappy romance fiction.
let's make mine brief and put NJBC + Dorota in my favourites (but Chuck and Blair are a tad better) and any and all Brooklynites in my least favourites (Rufus and Jenny are there permanently, and Dan is only there ATM because he's being such a pest.) For those of you who might have noticed, Vanessa was not included as a Brooklynite. This is because she is a whole different CLASS of hatred, and I would rather just not include her horrendous character as part of the show.