Ed Westwick makes his grand Gossip Girl exit.
There's only one more after this! Sad.
"I've found all of my apartments on Craigslist."
Good-bye, fashion show sabotage.
"There were other TV series competing for my attention."
On the Upper East Side of Gossip Girl, there are no random acts of kindness.
Grab the tissues!
The viewers were finally pleased with an episode — for the first time since roughly three seasons ago.
Thanksgiving on Gossip Girl is always a disaster, but they keep trying, because what else can they do?
The biggest target of the week was the frozen-faced Mrs. Bass, who gained an army of enemies.
Can one ever really know another person? On Gossip Girl and in life, we have learned that one cannot.
Commenters were overwhelmingly unimpressed with the writers’ decision to regurgitate and taint season one’s best Derena material.
Blair tries to behave "more like Grace Kelly, less like Grace Jones."
Commenters’ attraction/repulsion to Dan's greasy slick-back debut was split relatively evenly.
Let's be honest: No one is an adult on Gossip Girl.
This week, we learned that the path to “maturity” in the Upper East Side is an incredibly nauseating one.
The mothers of Gossip Girl are flighty and self-absorbed, but it's the fathers who have left the deepest scars on our Upper East Siders.
Good night, sweet show.
Winter's Tale, 666 Park Avenue, and Gossip Girl have stopped filming.