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The Debarted is the 12th episode of the third season and the 55th overall. They say there are no accidents. Sometimes reality comes crashing into us. Other times, it dawns on us slowly despite our best efforts to avoid it. We make our own fortunes, and then call it fate.
Since its debut, Gossip Girl has become synonymous with ostentatious wealth, privilege, and teenage rebellion, taking the last moments of a world on the cusp of social media domination and placing them in a Balenciaga-trimmed time capsule. Despite its dated reliance on flip phones and camcorders, Gossip Girl is only more relevant with time, even as the wealth it displays becomes increasingly unattainable for new generations of viewers. As a technological Nostradamus, the show predicted the lack of privacy caused by the omnipresence of social media, where your every move can be tracked on Snapchat and one Instagram post can follow you for a lifetime. Many of its stars became household names during the show — notably Blake Lively, whose public life is nearly indistinguishable from the life of her on-screen counterpart Serena Van der Woodsen — and its virtual villainess inspired countless copy-cat blogs in schools across the country. However, there are still some things that even the most passionate viewer seems to forget. Dan Humphrey is not Gossip Girl. Why would he have a full text conversation with himself blackmailing himself into bringing Blair to a party?
Gossip Girl , you know I love you but we have to talk. I've been a longtime fan of yours but the current fifth season really isn't your gossipy best. I say this with all my XOXO but it's hard to change without talking about the problems. So let's talk about the issues plaguing the fifth season of this scandalous CW favorite. I want to put in my disclaimer here and note that I actually have loved and continue to love Gossip Girl a great deal. I went into the show in the first season entirely because my roommates were excited to watch it.
Teenagers acting like adults, adults acting like teenagers: guarding secrets, spreading gossip, all with the trappings of truly opulent wealth. And membership in this community was so elite you couldn't even buy your way in. It was a birth right. A birth right I didn't have, and my greatest achievements would never earn me. All I had to compare to this world was what I'd read in books. But that gave me the idea. If I wasn't born into this world, maybe I could write myself into it.
The episode serves as the tenth episode of the sixth season and the show's st episode overall. Gossip Girl follows the lives of a group of young adults coming from a wealthy background. Upon its initial airing, the finale was viewed in the United States by 1. The series finale picked up where the previous episode left off, where Chuck Bass Ed Westwick and Bart argue on the roof ending with Bart falling off the building. Chuck and Blair Waldorf Leighton Meester leave the scene and hide from the police as Chuck is considered "a person of interest" in the case.