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Dan Humphrey (Character)
from "Gossip Girl" (2007)

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Biography:
Dan "Lonely Boy" Humphrey is the son of rocker Rufus Humphrey... See more »

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  1. "Gossip Girl"
    ... aka "Gg" - USA (informal short title)
        - New York, I Love You XOXO (2012) TV episode, Played by Penn Badgley
        - The Revengers (2012) TV episode, Played by Penn Badgley
        - It's Really Complicated (2012) TV episode, Played by Penn Badgley
        - Save the Last Chance (2012) TV episode, Played by Penn Badgley
        - Where the Vile Things Are (2012) TV episode, Played by Penn Badgley
          (116 more)

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From "Gossip Girl: The Wrong Goodbye (#4.22)" (2011)
Dan Humphrey: So you're really getting married, huh?
Blair Waldorf: Yes, and you're actually going to be invited. I bet you never thought you'd get to go to a royal wedding.
Dan Humphrey: Only my own. Do you think you could introduce me to Charlotte Casiraghi? Listen, if the castle gets lonely, um, you want to watch a movie with a friend?
Blair Waldorf: I already copied your queue. Our e-mail discourse begins Monday with Hal Ashby's The Landlord. And we'll take it from there.
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