I don’t know if it’s the obscene hour or the fact that I’m having a bad day but GG’s Riding in Town Cars With Boys upcoming episode seems to be bringing a lot of bad things for Chair fans. I think Blair will decide to stay with Chuck and maybe leave NYC for a while till things cool down. Nate, feeling ambitious all of a sudden, follows them to get the scoop of the newly rekindled romance and of course causes the car crash in a Lady D inspired SL (very creative GG). I’m sure that it’s gonna be Chuck the one who tells the driver to speed it up because the writers feel the need that he always takes the blame. Blair is going to lose the baby and blame it all on him. Of course things with Louis will not work out, as we saw from those bride Blair pics and she will find comfort in another man’s (or lets’s just call him for what he is, a frog) arms. I was actually wonder how Dair will happen (we all knew it was coming) because at this point, Blair was all about Chuck and Louis. And it fits, she won’t be able to even look at Chuck or to marry her prince and will turn to Dan because it’s easier to run from her problems, Blair is an expert at it. I just hope her and Chuck will find their way to each other soon because I don’t know how much Dair I can stomach.
I’d like to know what you guys think because I may have went a little crazy with this speculation, I’m a little frustrated.
SPOILER ALERT! As Gossip Girlkeeps the over-the-top Blair Waldorf plotlines coming (Blair’s getting married! And having a baby!), Vulture has been wondering which of these story lines the show will actually see through. Like, could Blair really become a mother? We didn’t actually expect to get an answer to that question when we showed up to last weekend’s fête for the series’ 100th episode (which airs in January), but get one we did, when Margaret Colin (a.k.a. Eleanor Waldorf) let slip that she “had to show up to work to find out that, you know, that she lost the baby.” As if that weren’t confirmation enough, executive producer Joshua Safran gave a coy answer when pressed about Blair’s impending motherhood, saying that she’ll “maybe have a baby.” Guess we won’t be seeing a Chuck Bass Jr. or a Prince Louis running around anytime soon.
I don’t know about you guys but I’m pretty sad about this. What is the point of this? Hasn’t Blair suffered enough? I’d hate if because of this she’ll break up with Louis and return to Chuck. I want her to realize she belongs with Bass because she loves him, not because she’s broken and can’t be with Louis anymore.
Spotted: The cast and crew of Gossip Girl partying it up at Cipriani on Wall Street in New York in honor of the show’s 100th episode, which airs Jan. 30. But fans also have reason to celebrate: While the show has yet to be officially picked up for another season, Gossip Girlexecutive producers told to EW just prior to the bash that they believe a sixth season is imminent — and are planning accordingly.
“We’ve had no one saying to us, ‘Wrap it up. This is the last season.’ So we’re not [treating the season finale] as such,” said EP Joshua Safran, hoping to quell some fans’ fears that their favorite teen drama would soon fall victim to dwingling ratings. (more…)
There are few things to talk about this week… I must admit I was sure I wouldn’t talk about the wedding again -not until few weeks before the episode would air- but let’s just say the fact that they’re filming it now made me rethink about my decision. I thought about some things and I’m sure I’ll change my mind by the time 5.13 will air, but who cares. I’ll share my thoughts with you and I’ll hope to give you a sort of plausible scenario.
What more? Ausiello didn’t give us much and what he said in his spoiler chat, were things I had already talked about in another spec. post (Blair possibly drunk pics) so I don’t know if I’ll discuss those, probably not. We saw from the promo that is Chuck and Blair that kiss, look forward to it!
We tried to make a decent podcast to celebrate the Limoversary but we failed because we didn’t even wish you guys a happy CB day and we were all over the place. I hope you’ll forgive us because it’s our first audio post together, we promise to get better at it since I’m sure it won’t be the last time we make one (we had a lot of fun). So enjoy and give us some feedback. Happy Limoversary from CBthePP, xoxo
Question: OK, stop teasing and start spilling: What will Gossip Girl‘s 100th episode be about? —Diane Ausiello: To quote a certain song from the seminal 1984 comedy classic The Muppets Take Manhattan, somebody’s getting, somebody’s getting, somebody’s getting, somebody’s getting, somebody, somebody, somebody, somebody, somebody’s getting marrrrieeeed — and that someone is Blair. And the groom? Why it’s none other than Prince Louis. “The big event in the 100th episode is Blair’s wedding,” confirms exec producer Josh Safran, adding that the royal nups will be “big and lavish and twist and juicy.” The milestone hour will also reward longtime fans in that it will include “a lot of callbacks and echoes to the pilot. It was important for me to pay homage and respect [to our first episode]. There are a lot of Easter eggs. I think it’s going to be really beautiful.”
Question: Any scoop on Blair’s royal wedding on Gossip Girl? —Carrie Ausiello: Safran says the 100th episode is as much about Blair as it is Serena. “The central relationship has always been the two of them,” says Safran. “Blair’s getting married and her best friend is her maid of honor — that’s a core dynamic we’re playing with.”
Question: I need to know more about the Gossip Girl kiss that awaits Blair. Is it followed by a clap, slap, or snap? And while you’re at it, how about a hint about whom she’ll be kissing? —Emily Ausiello: I’m definitely not spoiling whom she kisses. You’ll have to watch the Sleep No More-themed Nov. 14 episode for that reveal. I will, however, confirm that the smooch is followed by a slap.
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