Gossip Girl: The Gang's All Here

This week on Gossip Girl the whole Upper East Side gang (minus growingly obnoxious Serena) banded together to take down bad boy Billy Baldwin. It felt like an episode of Scooby Doo where the whole crew piles into the Mystery Machine and solves the case!

Minus the cheesy group bonding, it was fun to see Blair back as the scheming team captain and to watch the covert operations unfold.

I was massively annoyed with Serena the entire episode (as I have been for weeks). The only character who outperformed her nastiness was Jenny! How dare you try to break up your own father's marriage? And a father as magnificent and caring and cool as Rufus? You conniving little brat! Of course you head straight to the sin bin in search of Nate. Classy, Jenny.

I have to say I was surprised that Serena leaned on Dan in the end. More surprising from her perspective than his. Dan always seems to find a way to forgive Serena.

I adored Eric this episode! Standing up for Rufus and his whole family unit. I am thrilled the writers have weaved him back in. Although Dorota should not have been MIA during all of this plotting.

I am still routing for Chuck and Blair despite his disgusting transgression surrounding Jack and the Empire. I found it classic New York and romantic that he asked Blair to meet him on the top of the Empire State building. Did you catch her glancing up at the tower as she walked away with Cameron?

In the previews for next week it seems Chuck proposes to Blair! Could it be? We also see the return of Georgina Sparks (cue the Wicked Witch of the West music).

Next week is the season finale so there are bound to be some major, cliff hanging twists. Aren't those the best kind?

In the meantime sink your teeth into this deliciously funny recap from the Daily Intel.

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