When Blair realises that she needs to be in two places at once, she asks Serena to stand in for her at an important meeting. Ivy and Lola join forces to help Chuck with a feud. Nate makes a choice about the future with Diana.
To say that anything other than Dan’s “Muppet hair,” “dead raccoon,” or whatever else it’s been dubbed was the star in the comments would be a travesty to the GG faithful. This week, Dan rethinks the writers’ institute in Rome and persuades Blair to come; more
We’re one week out from the Season 5 finale of Gossip Girl and the hits just keep on comin’! This week’s ep left us with a doozy of an “OMG” — like that little business about Blair’s secrets being unveiled to the WORLD. But there were plenty of other shoc more
“But Lola and I have a plan ,” Nate said early on in last night’s episode of Gossip Girl. In retrospect, that these rank amateurs were mounting a scheme of their own should have indicated what was to come. In the second-to-last episode of the second-to-la more
This week on Gossip Girl , we find out the incredibly sketchy story behind Bart Bass' apparent death while the Non-Judging Breakfast Club reunites for another scheme. Everyone says things are life and death a whole bunch, in a super serious soap opera voi more
Last week's Gossip Girl was one of the best episodes of the fifth season, mostly because it featured the gang urgently but humorously scheming together like old times, but also due to the bombshell in the closing moments.
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Applause to the Gossip Girl writers: Snappy lines are the main reason we tune in each week, and Season 5, Episode 23: “The Fugitives” did not disappoint. Keep the Bassness — and Blair sassiness — coming! http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerp more
Tonight’s Gossip Girl Season 5, Episode 23, “The Fugitives” was a Metrushka doll of lies. Everyone knows what they want (well, except Serena), but no one is brave enough to say it. The soundtrack for tonight’s episode was equally heartbreaking in i more
It’s once again morning on the Upper East Side, but this time the opening scene doesn’t involve sipping tea while wittily quipping about Manhattan versus borough living. Instead, Chuck (Ed Westwick) is having a montage of emotional (and grainy!) flashback more