What happened in this episode again? We couldn’t look away from the growing Humph-fro.
In the second-to-last episode of the second-to-last (we think?) season of the Greatest Show of Our Time, everyone had a plan.
Gossip Girl writers of yester-season have risen from the dead, Bart Bass–style.
Not Gossip Girl, though.
Like Eyes Wide Shut, but with cuddling.
But what does he think about a potential Gossip Girl–Girls crossover?
If Jack is Daddy Bass, it's proof the GG writers read the recap comments.
No, not Josh Schwartz: It's Josh Safran who's leaving.
New York's Approval Matrix makes a star cameo in this week's episode.
The commenter circuit is all for Nate’s awkward new Mother Lover dynamic.
Mason jars. Pork buns. Pickling festivals. GG goes Brooklyn.
There’s a new princess on the Upper East Side.
It would be beneficial to all of the characters on Gossip Girl if they began looking at their world from a Humphrological perspective.
It's an activist training group borne out of Occupy Wall Street.
Only scotch, liquid smarm, and debauchery run through the Bass Boys' veins
Last night, we returned from our monthlong hiatus to find a world that has been turned upside down: The Van Der Woodsens have been exiled to Brooklyn.
Serena van der Woodsen kicks ass now.
John Cena has some strong thoughts.
Can you sprain a nostril?
Of course Dan didn’t back up his book proposal.
"We have feelings, but we can suppress them, stomp them out like bugs."
Faker than forgetting to silence your phone during a totally bush league blackmail job.
Taylor Momsen picks up where Ashlee Simpson left off.