Can you withdraw from college via text message? On Gossip Girl 's November 15 episode, Juliet (Katie Cassidy) attempted to sabotage Serena (Blake Lively) by swiping her phone and texting the dean, withdrawing her nemesis from Columbia University. Granted, it's not out of the question that the foxy blonde would have a faculty member's info in her mobile — but could it really be that easy to become a dropout? Lucky for impulsive Big Apple undergrads, the answer is no. The registrar's office at Columbia confirms that a text message, e-mail or phone call on its own wouldn't suffice. In order for the withdrawal to be official, a student would have to file a form from the specific school within the university that he or she attends. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode ofGOSSIP GIRL Season 4 Episode 9 titled "Witches of Bushwick" which airs on Monday, November 15 at 9pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis: Chuck (Ed Westwick) hosts a "Saints and Sinners" masquerade party at the Empire Hotel. At the party, Dan (Penn Badgley) and Nate (Chace Crawford) don’t know what to make of Serena’s (Blake Lively) strange behavior and mixed messages. Blair (Leighton Meester) sets her sights on becoming the new face of Anne Archibald’s (guest star Francie Swift) foundation for girls, but Anne is concerned that Blair’s friendship with Chuck Bass may be problematic. Katie Cassidy guest stars as Juliet. Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Ron Fortunato directed the episode written by Sara Goodman. Source & Preview
Below is a new promo for next week's Gossip Girl, "The Witches of Bushwick." As ardent fans may know, the Canadian promos often show different clips, as is the case here. It appears that Monday, Dan and Nate give a waffling Serena an ultimatum, while whatever scheme Jenny and Juliet are planning involves dressing up like they're in a cult. Good times. Check out the teaser below and tell us what you think ... Source & Preview
Serena is completely driving me crazy on Gossip Girl lately. At the beginning of last night's episode I was incredibly frustrated, thinking to myself "how about you stop going after unattainable men and then complaining when it doesn't work out, Serena?" Then by the end I was rolling my eyes and saying "oh, of course it works out for you." Oy. Despite the fact that I'm not a big fan of either Jenny or Vanessa, right now I'm rooting for the two of them - along with Juliet - to knock Serena down a peg. To Read More Click Here.
Last night's episode, "Juliet Doesn't Live Here Anymore," ended with a major takedown (Chuck and Blair one million, world zero), and the battle lines for round two are clearly drawn. Now, here's the first sneak preview clip from next Monday's Gossip Girl, "The Witches of Bushwick." With new ally Jenny, outsiders Vanessa and Juliet are plotting revenge. What do you think their plan is, and what did she say to Lily? Will they succeed, or is this plot destined to end badly for JJV (Jenny-Juliet-Vanessa and/or Junior Junior Varsity)? Source & Preview