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@ pty agree with you. Excellent comparison with the good old Dallas. Younger audiences do not know what the characters were in that time. Lily is not to the knees to J.R. And not to mention the Dynasty and famous Alexis. Younger audiences know her from the commercials for Snickers (FILM DIVA). It is interesting that English actors are great in U.S. series - Alexis, Dr. House, Chuck!

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Unfortunately when it comes to Serena, with each new episode bad news for her. After all that she was experienced, now her father abandon her completely. Really it should be applauded that so far Serena has not gone insane. Leaving his father and walked down the street, but unfortunately this time there is no stupid Dan to give her a shoulder to cry on. He still runs around Blair like a stupid dog!

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Now a little contrasts of me. In this episode, Lily was the best. Finally she showed how to fight independent woman. Perhaps to most looks like a bitch, but what you expect. Lily has not acquired a fortune as a nice and innocent women. Excellently take care fraud Ivy, and then her stupid sister. Still remained William! Carol had to suffer that legacy, by Lily regained, become legitimate. Lily made a deal with Ivy, but as usual Ivy dropped at the end of a complete fool. Tore the check for a million $. Rufus is still lost, as if dropped from the sky. Rufus knows well what kind of Lily is, and all this should not surprise him. If Rufus love Lily then he should forgive her - love conquers all! Although I think that's enough for them to kiss and they reconcile! Unfortunately when it comes to Serena, with each new episode bad news for her. After all that she was experienced, now her father abandon her completely. Really it should be applauded that so far Serena has not gone insane. Leaving his father and walked down the street, but unfortunately this time there is no stupid Dan to give her a shoulder to cry on. He still runs around Blair like a stupid dog!

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People complaint about Chuck's behaviour all the time but there have been worst characters in TV before. Example, J.R. Ewing in Dallas:

SUE-ELLEN: "Which slut are you sleeping with tonight?"

J.R: "Does it matter? Whoever she is, she'll be more interesting than the slut I'm looking at right now."

Strawberry-fields

Dair - it's definitely refreshing that they are mostly drama and tension free. It's nice to have something resembling a normal couple for once. On the other hand, what makes them refreshing can just as easily make them boring at some point.

Nate is so incredibly awesome! He took over the Spectator, he nailed Tripp and now he basically solved the mystery of the Bassholes. I admit he's not the best secret-keeper, but he's just such a great friend to everyone, I love it.

Dumbest move - I think Ivy. Serena breaks records of stupidity all the time, so the fact that she didn't hide that info really didn't surprise me. As for Diana… well, if Nate was taking his shirt off in front of me, I would probably believe anything he told me. Ivy giving up A MILLION DOLLARS was just stupid. I totally respect her for not taking the bloody money, but on the other hand… THAT WAS A MILLION DOLLARS, GIRL.

The whole thing with Bassholes is getting pretty insane…

Strawberry-fields

Honestly, I'm so disappointed with everyone. Ok, except Nate obviously. These people are just so out of control.

Favourite scene - Lily revealing her true colors at the family dinner. Purely for shock value, I did not see that coming. Getting Carol arrested maybe wasn't that shocking in itself, but I didn't think that Lily would let all the dirt go out publicly like that.

High-brow: I really don't know. Low-brow: toss-up between Blair and Lily.

More lost - they are both lost. The difference is nothing Serena does surprises me anymore, because I gave up trying to understand her a long time ago. Blair on the other hand was so disappointing, she just broke my heart. Taking over Dan's night was so low. I get that she doesn't want to be defined by the other person, but why does she think that being supportive puts her in the shadow? She made herself look like a total idiot in that speech. The only good thing is that she admitted she's screwed up and she still has Dan to help her get back.

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For me, Dair is still the best couple of GG. Dan is a wonderful man and will know how to help Blair with great sweetness.
The difficulties occur in any relationship and this is all very normal.

I trust the writers, they are doing a good job. Let's wait.

Tha-phoenix

*races in*

Word over at Deadline is that the fool, Safran, is leaving GG for 'Smash'. God is indeed good. Our prayers have been answered!

*dances around, Martini in hand*

Morgana

As far as I remember this is a show about "scandalous lives on the Upper East Side". Not a Cinderella story. A happy couple can be interesting and fun, but the way writers presented Dan and Blair could not be determined otherwise than as boring.As friends, they were fun and I watched them with interest but as a couple - no more boring thing.

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Have we lost all romance in this world that we prefer melodramatic stories than sweet ones?it saddens me to think how much drama attracts us and we find anything Simple utterly boring? I would be proud instead of a relationship that is stable, happy and healthy rather than keep hoping a conflict comes. I think it balances it out the over dramatic parts of the episode which was already intensely heavy. People judge way too quickly and can't just enjoy the show and see where the story goes.




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