Gossip Girl used to be my first and favourite show... now, its been degraded, sadly.

The Vampire Diaries is my #1 show now, followed by Supernatural, Merlin, GG, then Glee.

Damon Salvatore and Dean Winchester are my most ultimately favourite characters ever. If I said I love them, its an understatement.

Despite what has happened to GG, Chuck + Blair = STILL EPIC. Fullstop. No other couple can ever rival their chemistry and how exceptionally gorgeous they look together... EXCEPT maybe, Damon & Elena. But we'll see how that pans out.

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The Vampire Diaries Review: Bewere of Wolves!

@sleepyhead and @Madison, I agree with both of you! Elena being bitchy in this episode isn't the first time, to be honest. I recall her acting similarly in an episode or two last season as well. Rare, of course, but still it's there. I do agree that she has credit to be mad at Damon and hate him (because if I were in her shoes and my brother almost died, yeah I would probably feel the same way). But she had no right to use him just because she knows he's in love with her, and she knows that he doesn't want to lose his friendship with her, making him at the losing end. Damon actually did a lot for her in this episode to make up for what he did - especially being honest - but more importantly, he APOLOGIZED. And that's something Damon rarely does after killing or almost killing someone - the only other time he did that was to Jeremy in last season's finale for killing Vicki. Therefore, though Elena has credit, she went over the line, really. And saying to Damon that he has lost her forever? That was a complete LIE. She knows that she can never stay away or hate him forever. The reconciliation between them is definitely set to occur either in the next episode or the one after. And yes, I still believe Delena can happen.


Everyone is divided on this topic, and its inevitable. Half of the fan base think that the show has finally redeemed itself in all this gossip and lies, and shocking hookups. The other half is furious with what they've chosen to do because they believe that the characters are priority, not drama. Personally, I wouldn't take what Josh or Steph says so much into consideration anymore, because everyone has their own opinion of what 'EPIC' is. Josh originally said that the finale would be epic, and maybe it is at the end when Chuck fought to get the ring back, but not throughout the episode, definitely not. The only thing I choose to believe about what they said is that Chuck & Blair is the main priority; because in that, I think there may be some great things for CB in store. Its more like they'd say they're taking CB to a whole new level. I don't know. Maybe, maybe not. We'll have to see what Season 4 brings us. And as for me, starting from now Chuck & Blair is the main and only reason for me to watch GG - some other parts of the show are definitely degrading. There IS a reason why The Vampire Diaries is my number one favourite now, not GG. And it used to be GG.


Oh yes, I wanted to call Josh to ask why he considered this finale as epic. If it was because Chuck was shot in an OMG! moment at the end, then well, fine. The fact that he was shot when trying to get the engagement ring which he was gonna give to Blair IS kind of.... well, momentous. But I dont find it that epic, honestly. I already expected Chuck to be the one to get shot. It was pretty obvious. Its impossible to guess how they tie in this with the first two Paris episodes next season. Fact is, I doubt Chuck will die. He can't, because he's like a central character in THE MOST CENTRAL pairing in the entire show. With him gone, half of the fans will stop watching GG. Plus, although I doubt I'll ever trust Josh or Steph's mentality anymore, Steph said that Chuck/Blair are far from over. I trust her on THAT one as an exception because they definitely know that CB is the only thing that holds the show in its proper place. If any of you follow Ausiello on Twitter, you would've read this, but in case anyone hasn't... I'll still be watching. I was really upset at how they tackled the CB story by twisting it through Chuck sleeping with Jenny (I mean helloo, they could've done so much better.), but it wasn't ALL bad. I think they're bringing this show to a different stage now, and I don't see where they're going, but I'm still interested to see what happens to Chuck next season. If anything, as long as Chuck and Blair are both on the show, I'll watch.