Gossip Girl 100th Episode Recap: G.G’s Identity Revealed & Blair’s Wedding Daze

Throughout seasons four and five , the two go back and forth with their relationship. In the season five finale The Return of the Ring , Blair chooses to be with Chuck and they make a pact to ensure they end up together. In the time jump, they have bought a townhouse in the city together and have a son, Henry Bass. Novel Series Blair and Chuck have no real relationship other than acquaintances; as Chuck is a minor character in the books. The two date in London for a year, but break up. Throughout the episode, Chuck talks openly to Nate about how he should seal the deal with Blair. It is obvious that at this point in time, neither Blair nor Chuck have any romantic feelings toward each other.

‘Gossip Girl’ Season 6, Episode 6 Recap: No Style And No Substance In ‘Where The Vile Things Are’

March 09, AT It honestly feels like this show has been on hiatus for more than a few months. I will say that I found them having sex in the Waldorf living room a little gross and unsanitary.

Their love story makes all the girls swoon, or maybe they swoon because he flew all over Europe to pick up Blair’s favorite things. The pull between those two are undeniable. Chuck Bass sets standards high, and every girl is just looking for her Chuck Bass.

Back for the Finale: Also Olivia appears on a poster where she’s playing Ivy in a movie. Backstabbing the Alpha Bitch: Bad Guys Play Pool: Comically averted – Chuck owns a pool table but the only one who ever seems to play is Nate. Dan has also been shown playing pool in season one.

What happened in the Gossip Girl Season Finale?

Print Article AA It’s been a long road for Gossip Girl, from the teenage backstabbing and juicy gossip in the first seasons to the characters heading off to college, flirting with the rich and powerful, and being at the root of public scandals. The show’s sixth and final season premiered last night, and there are nine episodes remaining before it’s done for good. I won’t be the first to say that the show isn’t for everyone, but I was surprised that I ended up liking it as much as I do.

It’s one of those shows that you say you’ll only watch an episode or two on Netflix, and before you know it, you’ve spent a whole afternoon watching a full season. As the show winds down and in honor of great use of The XX on last night’s episode, here are Gossip Girl’s top 10 music moments. She used Dan as a tool to make Colin, her new beau jealous.

In this week’s episode of Gossip Girl, aging-hipster spawn Dan is pumped for his date with Waspy blonde Serena van der Woodsen. He’s so excited, in fact, that in the beginning of the episode.

Not only did we finally learn the true identity of our titular gossip-monger, but Blair and Louis’ ill-conceived wedding played out in the most realistic way possible, leading to moments that should satisfy both the vocal Chair and Dair factions. Since there’s so much to discuss, let’s jump straight into the top five most memorable moments from the th episode.

I always had a sneaking suspicion that the destructive, Serena-obsessed socialite was our mystery blogger, and really, was there any better choice? Sure, she has some serious sociopathic tendencies — and now, she even has a poor, unsuspecting child — but nobody wreaks havoc like Georgina, except for her virtual alter ego. She definitely managed to pay back Blair for stranding her in rehab, bible camp and Belarus.

Even if her plan to expose Chuck’s feelings for Blair didn’t destroy the wedding, it certainly destroyed any chance she might’ve had for a happily ever after with her linguistically-challenged prince. Apparently, Georgina’s now set up shop in Brooklyn how the mighty have fallen so I suspect we’ll see a little more of our wicked narrator getting her hands dirty in the second half of the season.

After years of misdeeds, Chuck has finally grown into a man worthy of love and believe me, I still haven’t forgotten his tendency towards attempted sexual assault, even if the “Gossip Girl” writers have. But it was disheartening to learn that Blair was still more interested in playing martyr than giving herself a chance at happiness. Forget Dan and Nate’s horror that Chuck is the most honest man they know; I think it’s far more unnerving that Serena has become the lone voice of reason.

There’s probably some truth to her observation that Blair is afraid of everything falling apart with Chuck again and is hiding behind a convenient pact with God so as to protect herself from further heartbreak; it’s so frustrating to watch the girl continually trying to self-sabotage. It’s obvious that Chuck isn’t going to give up on her now that he knows her only reservation is her own superstition and cowardice ; but how can he undo the Catholic guilt and prove that a reunion won’t result in Chuck being struck by a holy lightning bolt?

If I had more confidence in the writing staff, I would wonder whether it’s Blair’s residual guilt about losing the baby that’s driving some of her hesitation, but since the show glossed over her mourning period, we were never really given an insight into her psyche that might now explain all of her neuroses.

First Girl Wins

Even when we’re sure we’ve earned that happy ending, it doesn’t always come. Second thoughts creep in, secret missions sneak out and only Sleeping Beauty finds her prince. In this city nothing is for certain.

We love Gossip Girl and we think we know everything about the inner lives of the elites from Manhattan! What kind of vehicle did Blair and Chuck hook up in for the first time? Yatch Private Jet Limo Ferrari Who among these was not Serena’s step brother/sister at some point of time in the show?

Are you sure that you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Serena is trying to reach Dan – she hasn’t slept all night and has officially filled his voice mail. She’s coming over now! Back at the Palace — yowza, it’s the morning after for Lily He gets a call — it’s about a gig.

TV Review: Gossip Girl – Seder Anything

Just as B had impatiently waited for sparks to fly with Nate on last night’s “Gossip Girl,” I, as a viewer, felt as if I had to endure a forehead kiss before getting the satisfaction of a snowy Central Park make-out session. Jenny’s Sweet 16 debacle was entertaining and all, but the good stuff really occurred within the last quarter of the episode. Those last 15 minutes were a doozy. First we meet Serena’s future love interest, Gabriel, the international playboy who clearly has met old Serena during one of her mysterious European adventures.

He starts out dating her socialite friend Poppy Lifton, who could have reentered the scene without the hideous bob. Throughout the episode, Serena is desperate to get her groove back.

As you probably know by now, Gossip Girl’s Chuck and Blair are going to be going through a rough patch caused by Chuck. So what does Chuck do to Blair that leads to the crisis? Is it true that a.

Edit In School Lies , Vanessa films Dan for a documentary she’s making to enter in a contest, hoping to win some prize money. Once Dan and Vanessa arrive, they witness an accident in which a boy almost drowns. While everyone is hurrying to leave, Vanessa catches a shot of Chuck holding the pool key used for entry.

After the students are given an essay to write as punishment, Blair Waldorf invites everyone to her penthouse so they can work together. During the study party, Vanessa shares with Dan that Chuck was the one who initiated the party. However, once confronted about it, Chuck denies doing so and says he only took the key so everyone didn’t get blamed.

GOSSIP GIRL: Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage Spill on Chuck, Blair…and Eva in Season 4

In this first installment of our interrogation, we concentrate on one Mr. Do we know how long Clemence Eva is sticking around for? Will she be likable?

For much of the last two seasons, I’ve worried that “Gossip Girl” was stuck in a holding pattern it couldn’t break. In the last few episodes, though, the show has surprised me: The writers have given us a reprieve from the endless titillating torments of Chuck and Blair, the Dan-Serena-Nate love triangle and, well, the mere existence of Jenny and Vanessa.

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The current culture of books and television shows geared towards young women often romanticize such relationships. Essentially, they idealize men that view women as their property, become possessive, and controlling because they “love them so much. I still watch the show Gossip Girl, and furthermore, up until this week considered it a favorite guilty pleasure. It’s a little embarrassing to admit, because the quality of the show has declined steadily since its first season when it was actually kind of good and it’s arguably the most misogynistic show on television despite being aimed towards young girls.

It has used things like rape, prostitution, and sadly now physical assault for cheap OMFG moments and sensationalism and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. And it has one of the most toxic and degrading relationships being passed off as true epic love that I’ve ever seen, in Chuck and Blair. What’s sad about this is that this was a couple I was drawn to at first. In the beginning they had a much more Rhett and Scarlett quality–in fact, the very first story arc they were a part of was very reminiscent of Gone with the Wind.

Chuck and Blair Kiss Scene in 2×19