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Wow, that really confirms it: these two are complete idiots. They still don't understand how they ruined the Chuck and Blair story forever. Who cares now? It's trashed. OMFG happens when viewers can relate to the intense feelings portrayed onscreen. They want to watch the episode over and over again because it gives them goosebumps. By contrast, the OMFG we got in the finale was an intense sensation of needing to throw up, inspired by watching Jenny dispose of her bloodied sheets. Somehow I doubt that bile was the stuff you wanted the OMFG! moments to churn up in the viewers, because it's not a sensation they enjoy repeating.

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As for Jenny, with the book version, she was sent to boarding school. So maybe a new solo show for her?

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I was just wondering,how are they gonna fix all this shit? ´cause they ruined chuck´s character for me, since the moment he slept with that whore, WTF where you thinking? and a new identity, for real??? because if that´s the best you can think of, i feel sorry for you. Aaah just for the record Dan and serena are the most horrible,annoying and BORING thing EVER!!!! seriously, again? nate is the ONLY one who has always loved EVERYTHING about her, and she left him? come on!!! CONGRATULATIONS!producers your show is officially BULLSHIT!!!

Sierralim91

Everyone is divided on this topic, and its inevitable. Half of the fan base think that the show has finally redeemed itself in all this gossip and lies, and shocking hookups. The other half is furious with what they've chosen to do because they believe that the characters are priority, not drama.

Personally, I wouldn't take what Josh or Steph says so much into consideration anymore, because everyone has their own opinion of what 'EPIC' is. Josh originally said that the finale would be epic, and maybe it is at the end when Chuck fought to get the ring back, but not throughout the episode, definitely not. The only thing I choose to believe about what they said is that Chuck & Blair is the main priority; because in that, I think there may be some great things for CB in store. Its more like they'd say they're taking CB to a whole new level. I don't know. Maybe, maybe not. We'll have to see what Season 4 brings us.

And as for me, starting from now Chuck & Blair is the main and only reason for me to watch GG - some other parts of the show are definitely degrading. There IS a reason why The Vampire Diaries is my number one favourite now, not GG. And it used to be GG.

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If Chuck dies, I think the show would be ruined, since the majority of favorites is Chuck. But if he does survive, wouldn't that be a bit too much for the "love overcoming all obstacles" part of this show? My guess is that Georgina's baby is from someone else.

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Why are some of you guys talking about incest??? Dan and Serena are not brothers neither half brothers as I saw written here. The fact that they fathers entered a relationship as nothing to, they don't shre any bloodline so I don't understand the problems you guys are posing to it. For me it's the best relationship of the serie at the same level of Chuck and Blair. And I'm sure in the end these two are the relationships that will last.

And about the season finale, I think it was ok only exagerated in the ammount of new information and new "OMFG" moments. You have to distribute them or it gets too much unrealistic and that's boring for this kind of series where it's important that the fans conect with the caracters that are similars to them in some way.

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They make me so angry. Their first priority is to "create maximum drama," not to be true to the characters and their stories. There's a reason the O.C. got worse and worse each season (and GG seems to be following the same pattern): at first the "maximum drama" is exciting and fun to watch, but as they continue to push the limits and exhaust any possibility their feeble brains can come up with, it becomes stilted and ridiculous. Chuck and Jenny? Please. That's too much for me. It's like they look at a chart and say "Ok, who hasn't hooked up yet? Let's do it!" Just because they haven't done it and because it will "create maximum drama"! But for a show that has been doing that for three seasons now, it feels way too easy and actually, to me, quite boring. I didn't gasp at anything in the season finale; I rolled my eyes. Because now it's predictable that they'll just do whatever seems like the most shocking thing. And they rarely give the proper weight to the events on the show as well. If it's inconvenient for them to deal with a certain plot line, they just drop it. There is only jealousy when it's completely convenient and ready to provide massive amounts of drama. I know I shouldn't be complaining about this show being unrealistic--it pretty much set that contract up from the beginning--but I've gotten them sick of doing the most dramatic thing without regard for the consequences. Chuck sleeping with Jenny--that pretty much ruins the character of Chuck for me. Because that's twisted. The creators/writers know that it's twisted and that's why they did it, but I think they should have had boundaries--or at least if they crossed the boundaries, do it in a way that is beneficial to the story and to the characters' growth. This is drama for the sake of drama, and that worked for a while in GG, but now that they seem to be abandoning the characters, I'm not feeling it anymore. And really the most major thing is that it's become boring to me. That's exactly what they're trying to avoid with the "maximum drama," but now that the characters feel like half-empty puppets that they're just pushing and pulling around, I'm BORED.

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Well I agree with Brazilian Girl - I thought the finale was really good. Bit far fetched that everybody arrives at the hospital after the birth of Dorota's baby, but it tied things Series 3 up nicely and a lot of room for manoeuvre at the start of Series 4. The Jenny/Chuck hook up worked - she was pretty ashamed of what had happened and there was certainly no gloating about it, and I think it brought her back into her family's fold well. The sight of her changing the sheets was tragic, and shows her lack of self respect. Chuck too was ashamed of his seduction, although not wanting to lose Blair and good for Dan punching Chuck and for Eric in standing by Jenny. Blair and Chuck are obviously end game, but they are 19/20 year olds and they have a lot of experiences before they reach that part; perhaps Jenny will inadvertantly bring Chuck and Blair back together? Anyway who knows and role on series 4.

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nah, i loved it! i think it took all characters to their lowest points, and now the next season will follow them as they try to redeem themselves and the problems they'll occur in trying to get back to normal. Love it that georgina is pregnant!!! and i want Jenny to come back. i think people should also see the characters as "characters" and not real people, and the fact that in the end its highly likely they'll all make up, its part of a storyline and from the end of the next episode, its going to be a completely different story.

Lvnatashab

I think the Finale Was Amazing!!!! The Jenny Chuck hook up was being lead to the whole time!! ANd in order to keep Blair and Chuck on the outs to create next seasons drama he had to do something REALLY bad! Jenny is the only thing that qualifies If he was with some random girl (or even 10 random girls) she wouldn't have even blinked. The beginning of this season was lame and boring because last season's finale summed everything up and ended all happily ever after!!! Ill be watching next season and i think the writers did an amazing job of keeping me waiting!!!!




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