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Talk about the Chuck-Jenny hookup. Some fans are struggling with it.J.S.: It's a move that's been in the DNA of the show since the first episode. That relationship is something that was in the pilot—it was Chuck being a predator. And here they meet in a place where they are almost equals, in terms of where they are emotionally. It was a way to track the evolution of the characters over three seasons.S.S.: They're two characters who are really at their lowest point. And Jenny at her lowest is choosing to do the thing that she so resisted doing in the pilot, and Chuck at his lowest does the act that he's been so remorseful for since the pilot.
Maybe I’m paranoid or still p***** off from that finale show, but this sounds like some sick s***. They’ve been PLANNING for this to happen between them AFTER they decided to have C be an a** and try to force himself on J. This sounds just like what the people at the GG Conspiracy (?) have been saying. Does anyone have the link to their community? I can't stomach how this answer sounds. And they are both major liars, aren’t they…
Maybe people just think it didn’t have to be done this way. Chuck and Jenny did not have to have sex, ever. Period. The end. It was not necessary to GG’s storytelling at this time and it didn’t further either character. It was not needed. It’s not always about people’s thoughts on how someone should lose their virginity. And it’s not the fans' fault if they don’t understand or like this SL. Tell a story if you will but don't be surprised if some people don't understand where you're going at first, or ever.
(Ain't Born Typical) I second everything you said. "Shipping" is about a couple's special appeal and Chuck's behavior, in particular, has not been appealing the past few episodes. I was waiting until the finale to judge whether Chuck and Blair (my main reason for watching) were still worthy of rooting for them, and unfortunately, I don't see it happening for me. I don't feel invested enough to watch the next season.