Someone really smart took a picture at the script page hanging next to a camera, and there could be seen various lines that were in the scene where Chuck and Blair get married… Thanks to EWW’s owner Brittany for making most of the page out. You can read the transcript under the cut… and YAY! But there’s more under the cut you want to check out.
Thanks to some kind soul, we got a little callsheet regarding the season finale – that they started filming yesterday. The very last episode of the series will be called “New York I love you, XOXO” and I suppose is based on the omonimous movie (minus the XOXO) from 2009 that was made of mini stories about love. Everyone was on set, even guest stars such as Katie Cassidy and Desmond Harrington came for the finale. Now I don’t know what Juliet Sharp as to do there, but maybe Jack is getting back because of something regarding to Bart. Apparently everyone but Ed and Leighton, Matt, Kelly and Robert – that were, however, on set (the only absent was Ed because his trailer was nowhere to be seen); filmed scenes on the MET steps. If you want to take a look, you can watch a short video here. I have no idea what they’re doing, but that is not what let’s just say, makes me curious. Like I said everyone but EL, Matt, Kelly and Robert were there, Michelle included. She and Penn were close in the scene, and he was carrying a bouquet of what it looked like white peonies, with a blue and white ribbon. Michelle was carrying a white box that looked like the ones used to put cakes or dresses in it. It made me wonder, why the hell Dan and Georgina carry those things? Above all, why Dan is carrying a bouquet?! That made me wonder even more until someone spotted THIS on the nearby set in Central Park. Leighton, Blake and Penn filmed at that place, and as you saw from the pictures I posted, Leighton had a beautiful blue gown with her hair up and a sparkly headband on her head… she looked like a princess. Thanks to the callsheet we know that Blair and Serena talk and Dan overhears them, STILL carrying the damn bouquet as you can see here. We can’t know more because the callsheet is cropped, but I’ll say let’s use our imagination to think about what all of this could possibly mean. I’ll just add this post I made for a CB challenge so you can imagine more, hehe.
I desperately needed a break from my studies and so I decided to write this post. I wouldn’t see it’s quick and short, we’ll see. The main reason why I’m writing this it’s because I haven’t written a speculation post in so long and I honestly was missing doing it. Second reason, I just wanted to give my opinion on a recent video and spoilers. I haven’t posted the video because in my opinion it’s too spoilery, but if you want to check it out, click on this comment and like I said, beware because you may be spoiled big time. Anyway, on to the point I want to discuss. Remember that there are spoilers and that if you don’t want to be spoiled, you need to stay away from this post. If you still want to read this post, just read the first point. The second regards Ausiello‘s spoiler.
Question: Will Chuck and Blair get married in the Gossip Girl series finale? —Annie
Ausiello: Don’t know. I will say that one of them will fail to accomplish an important item on their pre-engagement to-do list, potentially rendering their little agreement null and void.
Question: Gossip Girl‘s final season starts in less than a week, so this week’s Ask Ausiello better have something good on the premiere. Or else. —Dawn
Ausiello: Last I checked the column was called Ask Ausiello not Threaten Ausiello. Having said that, I’ll give you what you want, just promise not to hurt me or my family, K? Herewith are six mild-to-wild spoilers about Monday’s premiere: * Someone is wearing an engagement ring by the end of the episode, but there’s a twist.
* I can confirm that the event featured in these photos is indeed a wedding, but there’s a twist.
* The show’s go-to rehab clinic, The Ostroff Center, has been renamed to reflect current events.
* Blair and Georgina’s bitchy repartee throughout the hour is a thing of immense beauty.
* Dan gives Blair a tough-love speech about her dysfunctional relationship with Chuck that literally leaves his ex speechless.
* Someone has a big secret, and that someone’s initials are BB.Question: Can you share anything about the Gossip Girl series finale? —Annie
Ausiello: According to some just-leaked casting intel, the swan song will feature a cute and adorable 3-year-old boy with dark hair and eyes. You thinking what I’m thinking? ‘Cause I’m thinking that little rascal could be Chuck and Blair’s firstborn.source: tvline.com
I can’t wait until new Gossip Girl!!! Can you PLEASE share some Chuck and Blair spoilers? Thank you. — Karen
For old time’s sake, there’s a Chuck and Blair scene in a limo in the Oct. 8 premiere. But I won’t say what goes down.
I’m dying for some Serena/Blair, Chuck/Blair or Serena/Nate scoop! — Kellie
One of these pairs is on the worst terms they’ve ever been by the end of the premiere episode. And by the second episode, another pair will be connected in a completely unexpected (and, some might argue, twisted) way.
I’m what you would call a lapsed “Gossip Girl” viewer. And when I say lapsed, I mean I watched one episode last season and swore I’d never tune in again. But when I heard that the series was wrapping up with one final 10-episode season, I decided that I wanted to see how it all ended and more importantly, I wanted to make sure that Blair (Leighton Meester) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) ended up together.
On Thursday, I watched the screeners for the first two episodes of Season 6, “Gone Maybe Gone” and “High Infidelity.” While both episodes had their dull moments, overall, I was surprised by how engaged I was in the show and not just the parts that featured Chuck and Blair.* The overall theme of the season seems to be growing up as the characters move on from school (did any of them finish college?) and make decisions about their careers, relationships, friendships, etc. But it’s not always easy to let go of the past or the immature, spoiled rich kid living inside most of the characters.
When we last left the Upper East Side in the May season finale, Blair had chosen Chuck over Dan (Penn Badgley) and had tracked Chuck down in Monte Carlo, promising that she was all in. Dan had turned to Georgina (Michelle Trachtenberg) for help with his plan to write a tell-all book about all the people that he’d been friends with for five seasons and some of the ones he was related to. Nate (Chace Crawford) had taken over running The Spectator and was on a mission to bring down Gossip Girl once and for all. Meanwhile, Serena (Blake Lively) had hit rock bottom, alienated everyone that she was close to, took a nosedive off the sobriety wagon and jumped on a train out of New York City without telling a soul. – tvsourcemagazine.com
Wrightst3: Do Chuck and Blair have a lot of interaction in 602?
The Gossip Girl fan favorite couple doesn’t spend too much time together in the second episode of the final season, as Blair’s busy trying to run her mom’s company and Chuck is off dealing with the worst father ever, but they do share one scene. Fans will be happy to know that the one scene does solidify how serious the two are about each other…and how much they’ve grown.
Yesterday someone went on set and got some callsheets for both episodes 6.07 and 6.08. Apparently they were finishing the 7th and starting the 8th, of which we don’t know the title yet. There’s nothing relevant for CB in these callsheets. For now they’ll just have two scenes, one supposedly in the morning set at Chuck’s suite, and another one supposedly at night because of its number, still at Chuck’s. Ed was also spotted near the studios wearing a silk pajama, like I said the CB scenes could be set at times where Chuck would have to wear his sleep clothes. We also have scenes of Blair with Serena and Dorota at her atelier and Serena helping Blair to scheme with Sage? Uhm, I wonder why they have to scheme in this episode too, but looking at the papers it looks as if everyone wants to get rid of Georgina at this point. – source