Gossip Girl Promos: Phantom of the Opera Sex Games!

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After some deep introspection, Chuck officially let Blair go on Gossip Girl last night.

At least until next Monday's mask-themed episode, when he makes a pass at her!

Attending the provocative experience that is "Sleep No More" translates to masks, mystery and some surprise romantic twists. Kiss her to set her free? Really Chuck? Do you really believe that?

As we talked about in our Gossip Girl review last night, Mr. Bass turned a major corner when he apologized and bared his soul to Blair. But if he thinks he's moved on from her, he's kidding himself.

Watch the CW and Canadian promos for "The Big Sleep No More" and weigh in:

This is, of course, the long-awaited, often-teased episode in which someone kisses Blair, and in which said kiss is followed by a slap. These promos give us a fairly good idea how that comes about.

Meanwhile, Diana sets her sights on her latest project, Serena, in her quest to ruin Gossip Girl, Dan is out on his book tour, and Nate and Charlie appear to be heating up. Exciting stuff all around!

Share your comments on these promos and thoughts on next week with us!

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Gossip Girl Season 5 Episode 7 Quotes

Dorota: Uh oh. Mr. Chuck in dream again.
Blair: When Chuck's in them they're all nightmares.
Dorota: What he do now?
Blair: Behave like a perfect gentleman. Which makes him even more chilling. That fake apology of his has permeated my subconscious and haunts me even when I sleep.
Dorota: Apology not seem so fake to me.
Blair: That's because English is your second language!

Good morning, Upper East Siders. Or is it? We hear a certain future royal has had more than one rude awakening this week.

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Gossip Girl Season 5 Episode 7 Music

  Song Artist
Haunted heart Haunted Heart Little Hurricane iTunes
Shells of silver Shells of Silver The Japanese Popstars iTunes
Black hills Black Hills Gardens & Villa iTunes