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Ten years ago, a sudden teen drama about schoolchildren with Birkins and the drug habit, Gossip Girl, launched by the CW. Since the show is so absurdly plotted that it produces an own index of reality to achieve every step, everyone was obsessed. Here are the absurdest moments of the life of Serena, Blair, Nate, Chuck, Dan, and (ugh!), Jenny, in celebration of their 10th-anniversary broadcast. Also, this is probably one of the most engaging quizzes you will play today.
First, let us get this out of the way: Dan Humphrey could not have been the leading blogger of the show. It’s just that it can’t. Even the Penn Badgley actor thinks they like funk. Even more disappointing, following the final series, CEO Stephanie Savage said Dan should always be Gossip Girl. In reality, when the test audience found out the secret too soon, they actually re-edited the pilot. But you shouldn’t waste any more time and start this quiz.
Let’s look at the pilot only. Dan reads in it an article about the gossip, Serena’s quest for a masked ball date. As he gets to the news and agrees to take Vanessa. Why would he have to read it if he just wrote the post? Like someone else, Shyamalan said M. Night that the mad child sees dead people and that he has bugged out!
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The affluent high school teenagers in the Upper East Side of Manhattan discover that Serena van der Woodsen (“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), from the blog to the all-knowing yet ultra- discreet Gossip Girl, is back in town. No one knows the identity of Gossip Girl, but for the most recent scoop, everybody relies on their website and on text message in this exclusive and complicated vicious circle. Even Mr. Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester, “Entourage”) is shocked to hear that Serena suddenly ended an exile in the internship and went back to Manhattan.
Serena is the once most popular Upper East Side girl in the group, but her younger brother Eric may have something with her (Connor Paolo, “Alexander”). Whatever the reasons for this is the change in Serena, particularly in Blair, who always has a competitive and difficult relationship with Serena. When Serena was out, Blair enjoyed her time in the spotlight and did not plan to return and live in the shadow of Serena. Also, we will test your knowledge in this Gossip Girl quiz.
Their unpleasant bonds are complicated by Blair’s boyfriend Nate (Chace Crawford, “The Covenant”), a young man unhappy with all the rights his high father Howie “Captain” Archibald has granted him (Sam Robards, “The West Wing”). Now that Serena is back, Blair must struggle to keep Nate in mind. The question remains whether the faithful lieutenants of Blair — Katy (newcomer Nan Zhang) and Isabel (newcomer Nicole Fiscella) — will continue to support Serena or not.
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For kissing Dan, Serena’s crazy at Blair. It’s meaningful. If she wanted Blair to concentrate on Prince Louis dating, it would also make sense because it would keep her from Dan. Louis wants to marry Blair, not that she will. But isn’t Blair meant to get together with Chuck? He needs her! He needs her! And loves her! And loves her! He hits a wall so much that he screams at her and cuts her face unintentionally! Is it not romantic domestic violence? (No, it isn’t at all.)
In a painting there is a hidden paper which is a system used some hundred shows and films before, I don’t know. In a book of Princess Diaries, I know it’s a plot point. Then it’s a fashion line, she has no mates. Kissing Rufus and Ivy (Charlie), the universe is still turning to anarchy. In the episode too: Blair has no fashion line and no friends until she gets an idea.
“Charlie” and Dan fell in love with one another. I guess Charlie mentions her “medicine” as a red flag, but I’m more worried about her book Flowers in the Attic. I mean her favorite book. Her favorite novel. Her favorite. (Raina, basically somebody else’s team-up.) Blair picks this up and runs out to tell Chuck personally since there is no mobile phone in this country. Jack dedicated to Chuck, but OH THERE ARE Turns. He is fine, so we get the Cliffhanger because Russell will kill Blair. Jack is good (for Jack).