Gossip Girl (2007–2012)
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In a fashionable farewell to remember, our favorite Upper East Siders join forces for one last soiree; The identity of Gossip Girl is finally revealed.



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In a fashionable farewell to remember, our favorite Upper East Siders join forces for one last soiree; The identity of Gossip Girl is finally revealed.

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17 December 2012 (USA)  »

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The film poster that Nate is seen holding in the final scene is titled 'Ivy League: The Twisted Tale of the Female Con Artist who took Manhattan for Millions' and is based on the fictional best-selling autobiography by the equally fictitious Ivy Dickens. The fictional film stars Lola Rhodes as Ivy, Olivia Burke as Serena, and Isaac Gabaeff as Dan, and it is directed by Hollis Meminger. The character Ivy Dickens is also credited as one of the executive producers and the screenwriter. See more »


Gossip Girl: Hey, Upper East Siders. Gossip Girl here. And I have the biggest news ever.
Rachel Bilson: [enters] Serena. You're back from boarding school.
Gossip Girl: [reading from a script] "Yeah, hi Blair, so I gotta go".
Rachel Bilson: Come on, Bell, can't you try a little harder?
Gossip Girl: If I'm being really honest, Rachel, I don't think you can pull off high school anymore.
Rachel Bilson: Thanks a lot.
Gossip Girl: Sorry.
Rachel Bilson: [as Kristen Bell is looking at her iPod] Come on, you are always on that thing. This audition is really important to me. Plus the book is a best-seller and has a ...
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References New York, I Love You (2008) See more »


You've Got the Love
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Written by Anthony B. Stephens
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Fitting End
18 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have seen, and been greatly disappointed by many series finales yet my first thought when the final credits rolled was "flawless". The writers pulled off this conclusion flawlessly. OK well, maybe is wasn't "perfect" per se (few finales are) but it ended in such a way that I certainly didn't feel like I'd wasted years of my life following a show with no pay off in the end. Everything seemed pretty logical and true to form as far as the characters are concerned.

While I wasn't exactly blown away by the big reveal of Gossip Girl's true identity I won't lie and say I "totally saw it coming" either. I'm glad it turned out to be who it was and the Kristen Bell cameo was very well done. I liked the brief flash-forward at the end as well and I liked seeing where certain characters ended up. All in all, I'm quite pleased and more than happy to give this a very high rating.

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