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@ P: I think you are experiencing something slightly similar to what happened to me with DS after I watched 4x10, before that I was open to several possibilities with Serena but after seeing her with Dan in the "you and only you" scene I was convinced they are "it" for each other.

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I was so convinced that I was a Dair fan and I was just sick and tired of Chair, until this episode. CHUCK AND BLAIR BLEONG TOGETHER. I mean when they look at each other it's like magic. Oh my god...

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I am still not very convince that Chuck is the father as so many people here.
I totaly agree that with GG writers, you can never know and there is a possibility that Blair lied but I, for instance, am happy with the fact that the father could be Louis, not because I like him (actually I don't really care for him, but he's nice) but I would love that Blair told the truth. I think it would really correspond to the character evolution and actually be a nice twist, since so many people want it to be Chuck's
I think some people who desperately wanted the baby to be Chuck's over analyse the "enveloppe" scene.
Of course, I do not hold the truth and could be wrong, but I think the simpliest and first explanation which came to mind is that she doesn't want Louis to know she cheated on him.
And to those who say she could have get rid of the letter after reading it, I think as the Princess of Monaco to-be she is, it wouldn't be wise to throw something like that in a street bin. And she simply didn't have the time to destroy it properly before Louis arrival.

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@canyoufeelthelove

i totally agree, it is like you read my thoughts (:

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damn shit....chuck bass is the real father of Bs baby...that is why she need to hide the letter...you saw that in the last few minutes...oh i am so excited!!!!

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In the books Chuck Bass owns a monkey! I think that's why the dogs name is Monkey hahahaha!

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Awesome episode, I even found Ivy's story line intriguing but the chari scene made it for my and the bass tears.

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OK, I have a few more comments about this episode. I maintain that Chuck is the father and Blair just lied to him b/c she thought he wasn't ready. But then when Chuck said, "It was the responsible thing to do," you could see that uneasy-but-trying-to-conceal-it look Blair gets so often.

Also, while I at first thought Chuck crying at the end was kind of sappy, I now understand the significance. It's such a parallel to Chuck's sex craze in 2x03. Once again, he's trying to feel something in a number of different places, but Blair is the only person who can make him feel - love, pain, or otherwise. Man, I love them. Now that Chuck realizes that he's NOT over Blair and he's been numbing himself for the last 6 months, I hope he gets off his butt and goes out to fight for her!

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I thought this episode was boring up until the last 10 minutes or so. Blair is my favorite character and Leighton is really great but I feel like they're focusing too much on her now. Liked the Chair & Dair scenes, the scene with Chuck crying and Nate saving his friends but that's about it. I miss Serena! Ivy can fall off a cliff for all I care.

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Okay when Blair hid the envelope, every single viewer including me automatically assumed it must be because it reveals that the father is Chuck.
Then somebody on the CW forum site said she could just be hiding it because Louis can't know she had to take a paternity test.
So the most important evidence that Blair was lying has become slightly less reliable.
Here is some new evidence I collected by analyzing the Chair scene:

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Blair: "I'm pregnant" *hesitates as she watches chucks reaction*

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Blair: "It's Louis'"
(says it in her lying voice and there is a beat before she says Louis. I've picked up over the years on how Blair talks when she's actually lying but we don't find out until later. Its similar to when she said to Chuck in season 4 episode 4 "how could I love you after what you did")

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Blair: "If I know anything about Chuck Bass its that fatherhood is not part of the lifestyle"
Her facial expression here is very strange. Good acting on Leighton's part. I think this may be her saying this to get a reaction out of him. What exactly was the point of that statement? I think she wants to test him and see if he will deny that fatherhood isn't what he wants. Chuck's response to hearing the baby wasn't his was not of relief or of sadness as far as Blair knows. He doesn't disagree or agree with her statement about fatherhood being part of his lifestyle. He just threw the question about Blair being relieved back at her. They're back to their games. Neither will reveal anything unless the other reveals it first.

4. "There was a part of me that really wanted it to be yours"
She says this statement after she realizes he was doing something responsible and keeping the dog. I think this is an indication of how this game is going to play out. If Chuck shows he is closer to being ready and willing to be a father, (even if its unintentional) Blair will be closer to telling him that he is the father.

What you said about Blair choosing the option of lying in her situation makes sense. How can she risk leaving her fairy tale if she doesn't know for sure if Chuck can be a father? That's what made the Chair scene so tense.




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