Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Because I would want to meet at Grand Central Station to talk about my abortion as well.

Wow. Wow. Wow.

Unbelievable. Really. Just great stuff last night. I even took notes.

-I want to start by saying there is not a more believable bloodline in television than CeCe, Lily and Serena. Those are three beautiful women.

-Eric had a funny line regarding Lily - "All she does is make lists and yell at people" which actually sounds a lot like me, except for the yelling at people part.

-Lily: "Nobody's comforted by a tuna tower." This was the line of the night until Ms. Blair Wladorf: "It's not maternal. I've been spending too much time with Cyrus and I'm turning Jewish."

-Here's the thing about the Cyrus/Blair relationship - It shouldn't work, but it totally does! Wallace Shawn is such a pro and when their scenes together end, I immediately want a new one, but unfortunately I usually just get Aaron.

-On the Aaron front. OH MY FUCKING GOD! Nobody like him, right? If you like Aaron, please let me know. This is a huge misstep in what has been an otherwise compelling season. I'm not saying Serena shouldn't have a not-Dan boyfriend, but you mean to tell me this guy was the best choice. And maybe the actor isn't as bad as I think, it could just be the character. I think it's a mixture. I think they both suck. I hate them and want them off my television.

- I always find it odd when grown ups know about texting. I mean, I know they know about it, both of my parents do it, but it still feels like something that should confuse grown ups and it doesn't. These are the same people who couldn't program VCR's in old cliches right?

-When Lily was listening to Bart's voice mail in the park I said "That lipstick is loud" and Mara motioned to my pad as if to say "write that down." I did.

-Tonight I started calling Rufus "Doofus". I know it's not that funny, but it made me happy and I can't believe it took me this long to get to that place.

-A word about Ed Westwick. He's amazing. Even when he's being over the top, and there were moments last night when he was flying really high above said top, he's compelling and believable. If Emmy voters weren't such snobs, Westwick would get nominated for his work in this episode. He ran the gamut of emotions like no other actor on this show and in just one episode. It was a tour de force. No jokes here at all, I was that impressed.

-He should have played Edward Cullen in Twilight.

-Apparently Lincoln Hawk only had one song and ol' Doofus loves singing it. At one point I couldn't find the name Lincoln Hawk in my brain and I referred to them as Falcon Crest. I knew their name wasn't Falcon Crest, but Mara thought it was funny and did the "write it down" gesture so, again, I did.

-"Death clarifies things. It brings some people closer together, pushes other people farther apart." Welcome to Cliche Town population Rufus Humphrey.

-Christ Dan and Serena! How many times do we have to go through the same thing over and over and over. We get it. You belong together, you're both boring. Just fucking do it already.

-I liked when Serena told Lily she was going away with her boyfriend and Lily told her she thought it was a great idea. Yep, it's a great idea for my high school aged daughter to go on vacation for a fuck paradise with a mousy looking twat. Makes sense.

-Oh, hi Aaron that's a great outfit for your dad's wedding. I see you've buttoned your top button that's great, but just one thing YOU'RE NOT WEARING A FUCKING TIE TOP BUTTON FACE!

-I thought the Lily and Chuck face-off would be nastier.

-How many turtlenecks does Rufus own and how have we not talked about this before?

-So, Lily had an abortion. We think. Or maybe she had a kid and gave it up for adoption. It's unclear. Either way. Whatevs.

-January 5th? I have to wait almost a month for a new Gossip Girl. Really? I don't know if I can handle this.

Anyway. A. No question. Great episode. Chuck alone is worth the A.


Lazy Lorsie said...


Every time you walk away or run away...you take a piece of me with you there.


Odds that Bass, Sr. is faking his own death??

Pat D Sez said...

It's totally possible because how is it that the PI didn't have a scratch on him? They were in the same limo and Bart's dead and that guys fine. Hmmmmmm

Anonymous said...

I openly wept @ the chuck/ Blair exchange , on my couch...crying like a fat lunch mother with my hands over my mouth gasping through tears ..if i wasnt a huge homo i would be now

Blanket said...

oh my god, is the anonymous huge homo franny? yes! i hope. I sort of don't think he would use the @ symbol though so i'm a little thrown.

Lazy Lorsie said...

The anonymous is Franny - I know because he told me about the tears first thing this AM, and also because he is a huge homo

Anonymous said...

yes yes your worst fears have come to fruition...... Anonymous is none other than me Francis Patrick Thomas Reynolds, i also forgot to mention that Dorota looked absolutely stunning @ Elanor's wedding and i said out loud to myself "oh Dorota looks beautiful" and then garishly grinned at the TV, then became embarrassed for myself.

Little Fish said...

You took notes... love it!

I agree that the episode was worth an A. I think it was one of the best GG episodes ever.

"If Emmy voters weren't such snobs, Westwick would get nominated for his work in this episode." Absolutely!

The only thing that I was a little let down by was the "big secret." Um I figured out from last weeks coming attractions that Lily had been preggers with Rufus's baby all those years ago, but then they kept playing it up like it was something so shocking... nope, it was exactly what we all thought it would be!

Anonymous said...

Love this!