Gossip Girl (2007–2012)
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New York, I Love You XOXO 

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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Serena van der Woodsen
... Blair Waldorf
... Dan Humphrey
... Nate Archibald
... Chuck Bass
... Ivy Dickens
... Lily van der Woodsen
... Rufus Humphrey
... William van der Woodsen
... Sage Spence
... Eleanor Waldorf
... Jack Bass
... Eric van der Woodsen
... Cyrus Rose
... Dorota Kishlovsky


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 title is a reference to the film New York, I Love You (2008), in which Blake Lively (Serena van der Woodsen) played the Ex-Girlfriend. 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 »


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Written by Anthony B. Stephens
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25 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode did not only make no sense whatsoever, it has also managed to ruin any fun in watching gossip girls previous seasons again.

By now it's known that the writers of the show hadn't planned to make Dan gossip girl from the beginning, something that is painfully clear to anyone with the least amount of common sense. They made the mistake of not thinking their storytelling trough and ran into a huge obstacle: how do they reveal Dan as GG and NOT have the finale end in tears and rage? To do so they had to make an annoyingly dumb decision, they had to let all the other characters forgive Dan. So him being gossip girl and ruining pretty much everyone's lives about a million times was justified with some vague excuse that wasn't logical or believable in any way.

So what have we learned from this last episode? Absolutely nothing. I know gossip girl has never been the show to watch if what you are looking for are deep, poetic life lessons, but the thought that none of the characters have grown in any kind of way over a six year period, and that it was absolutely fine that Dan had created a spy-on-your-friends-and-stab-them-in-the-back-to-climb- the-social-ladder atmosphere for generations to come leaves me very disappointed.

It might have worked if it had been planned from the beginning. Yet what bothers me most is that the last episode does not only ruin the finale, but all the previous episodes as well. I will never be able to watch the show again and not look for plot flaws. Not to mention that sweet old lonely boy will now forever be this creepy stalker sociopath in my eyes, instead of simple, cute Dan Humphrey. Who knew all it took for him to finally be part of the elite was to screw them over and over again for six years and reveal he was the evil puppet master all that time?

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