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That definitely wasn't a brotherly look he gave her at the very end. If a brother gives that look to his sister, god, just the thought makes me want to take a shower. Plus, I love Blair and if Chuck breaks her heart, I'll be devastated to the twenty-fifth power.
This episode had me iffy, course it's November Sweeps and they're trying to keep the ratings up, so I will give them that much. That being said, I have a couple of things I want to complain about. First of all, why don't we have a truly developed and loveable brooklynite other than Dan? It annoys me. And what's worse, is he got nothing. His girlfriend broke up with him, Vanessa went gallavanting off with some other guy, and he was stuck being lonely...AGAIN. Jenny...jenny jenny jenny, seriously the writer's would be doing her character a favor if a car smashed into her unexpectedly and gave her brain damage. This episode was all about the love and there was no Chuck/Blair. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a die hard fan of Chair, more into Dair at the moment, but what the frigging hell? And if they do what was insinuated with Chuck and Jenny, I'm going to go to extreme measures to reverse it. Chuck is an awesome character and Jenny is a hot mess. No way these two would ever work out. But I did love the way that they incorporated Lady Gaga into the story. It was a really awesome idea. Executed brilliantly.
Okay so I have some complaints about this whole epsiode, they are as follows: 1. The threesome was hyped up to be something great and it was kinda insignificant to this episode, and at the very end. 2. Jenny has now in mind cemented as worse than any other boring character in history, because she can't accept the fact that she's boring. She missed with B*tchdorf and didn't expect to get thrown down. She gets everything handed to her on a silver platter and I'm ready to hit her over the head with a frying pan. 3. The sexual tension between Tripp and Serena was awkward and not sexy. 4. I didn't want Eric and Jonothan to break up. It killed me when they did.
On the Other hand, I did have a couple of good things about this episode, they are the following: 1. Blair Waldorf was absolutely amazing, the scheming, the headband, the almost-blowup. Friggin' amazing, and classic Blair Waldorf. 2. Eric's line in reference to Star Wars, it warms my geeky heart. 3. Nate and Chuck were scheming to get Serena and Blair to make up. This was actually amazing. I know and can see it from Chuck, but I don't really thing that Nate would have been smart enough to carry something out, obviously Chuck was main head. But they did a good job. (now that I think about it, there was a lot of scheming this episode and that always makes me happy) 4. "Little Van Der Woodsen" in general. He's quickly becoming one of my favorite characters.