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Serena is a muse and inspiration for Dan. However, now follows the question that was still unanswered, why is Blair the main star in the novel Inside? It has not yet been clarified by a series of writers, perhaps in season 6!

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@niks4u
Of course I disagree, because we are on opposite sides. However, you completely missed. Blair was not the inspiration for the Dans novel Inside. Remember when Dan began writing the novel Inside, if you watched the show from season 1. To help you, Dan began writing a novel Inside at the beginning of season 2, when he went to Hemtone to reconcile with Serena. Dan admitted to Serena that she was the inspiration for his novel in episode 5x5 or 6x5. When Serena and Dan talked about the film rights to the book Inside. Then, at the beginning of season 2, Dan had a blockage in the writing, as now, and did not get a recommendation from their mentor for college. Simply, Dan was not able to write anything all summer, because he felt that he should not break up with Serena. Flaring up again Love between Serena and Dan at the beginning of season 2 broke a Dan blockade in writing. Serena is a muse and inspiration for Dan. However, now follows the question that was still unanswered, why is Blair the main star in the novel Inside? It has not yet been clarified by a series of writers, perhaps in season 6!

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@Zoran: Once again you say that Dan is in love with an illusion of Blair but fail to provide any evidence to substantiate your claim. Dan has no illusions about Blair, as evidenced in "Despicable B". He is fully aware of who Blair is, he has been for a long time. He was the first person to see the Blair hiding behind the facade of Queen B. He loved the Blair wanting to be a powerful woman and he loved the Blair lost in the mess of her life. He loves every single aspect of Blair and that is a fact.
Your next point about Dan having insecurities has already been answered by me but it looks like in your eagerness had the better of you.
"This experiment has reduced audiences for the series, with 3.5 million in season 2 to 2.5 million in season 3." How are Season 3 couples responsible in the decline of audience of S3 premier. And anyways S3 was Chair season, so the subsequent decline in numbers from S3 premier onwards hardly lies on the couples you mentioned because they never lasted long enough to have any real impact. And numbers are a combination of a lot of things, so I prefer not to talk about them.

Niks4u

@Zoran: Once again you are pointing to some facts selectively and presenting your views based upon that, without actually providing any substantial arguments. Once again I will try to dispel your notions generated from your biased understanding of the scenarios.
Your point that Dan's creativity is being hampered by his relationship with Blair is baseless. That girl has been his inspiration for a whole novel. I would counter that nothing inspires Huphrey as much as the sun rays passing through Waldorf's hair. But that's neither here nor there and without any factual proof and so is you point.

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@niks4u
Now we totally not understand. Of course that it is a healthy communication between two people is required, but Dan does not believe Blair anything about Chuck, although Blair constantly assures him that there is nothing! The two were always together, yet the Dan still does not believe her. Dan can not tell Blair that he followed her when she was with Chuck, because then she will be angry with him. Which means that Dan is completely insecure in relation to Blair, and he wants complete control over her, so at least I understood that . If again I was not clear, then we have different opinions about the course of action in the series.

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But my point is that Dan has to believe his "girlfriend" about everything, and about ex-boyfriend, but Dan does not do that. Rufus gave him advice in the last episode that he should believe Blair, but Dan did not obey, but he went to follow her. As for Olivia, maybe I was not clear. I thought of experiment series producer - Dan and Olivia, Dan and Vanessa and Nate and Serena in season 3. This experiment has reduced audiences for the series, with 3.5 million in season 2 to 2.5 million in season 3.

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@niks4u
I am a regular viewer of series, from season 1! Immediately to emphasize that I am a big fan of Serena and Dan! Carried away by my referring was to Dan blockade in writing. Of course Dan and Blair would be doing in Rome what they do in NYC - talking about books or watching movies! Dan has a blockage in the writing and his relationship with Blair does not help him to overcome. But as you know, Dan already had a blockage in writing, at the beginning of season 2, when Serena helped him to overcome the blockade! Evidence that Dan is in love with the illusion are here, in previous episodes. Dan is in love with an illusion - Blair, Blair in what she is not. Dan does not believe anything Blair! That two people who are in a relationship is not enough to love or common interests, there must be a confidence, which in this case does not exist! Of course Dan is insecure to Blair about Chuck. But my point is that Dan has to believe his "girlfriend" about everything, and about ex-boyfriend, but Dan does not do that. Rufus gave him advice in the last episode that he should believe Blair, but Dan did not obey, but he went to follow her.

Niks4u

@Zoran: "Dan can not talk to Blair about his insecurities, because that way only further distanced himself from Blair. Or Blair realized that she was with the wrong guy, and then returned to Chuck." You think that a girl is going to dislike a guy who believes in honest communication and loves her so much that he is willing to open his heart to her. That defies conventional wisdom, to put it mildly.
The fact my friend is that selective finger pointing isn't going to help you prove your point. Neither is bashing a character a way to present your argument. Next time before you write to me, I would suggest you to come up with solid facts and arguments, not a flimsy rant. See you when I see you.

Niks4u

@Zoran: ex again. I find it very normal to have such insecurities. That's why people take time to work on their relationships, so that their can be no doubts before they say I do. Blair didn't take her time with the Prince and she paid the price. No Dair fan is saying that Dan and Blair don't need to work on their relationships.
"Now you mentioned Olivia, who was a stupid experiment produced of the series in season three, which led to a series of setbacks." What setback are you talking about? They had a pretty smooth going until the threesome, which happened at the time when she was going away anyway. My point was that he never had any insecurities about her, despite of her being a movie star and rumors about her and Bloom, but now he can't even talk to Blair with whom he had a pretty solid friendship about his insecurities. I said that I find that hard to believe but instead of giving a valid argument, you write nonsense like that argument. Its pretty pathetic to say the least.

Niks4u

@Zoran: "Dan is in love with illusion and the illusion falls apart, so he makes mistakes." He has been with her when she was down and out. When people stick by you at the times when you really need them, then they become so close that they know each other inside out. If they have had any illusions about each other then those are broken at those times. To think that Dan has any illusions about Blair is idiotic to say the least.
"Dan is insecure about Blair, and he does not believe to her anything." As far as I can understand, you mean to say that Dan does not trust her with Chuck and is insecure about their relationship. Is that not human nature? He knows Chuck and he knows Blair. He knows that it will be pretty hard to find two people with that much history, whether good or bad is debatable but there is no denying that they have a history together that Dan is aware of. Is that so hard to imagine that he may have some insecurities about the girl he loves getting too close to her ex again. I find it very normal to have such insecurities. That's why people take time to work on their relationships, so that their can be no doubts before they say I do. Blair didn't take her time with the Prince and she paid the price.




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