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.
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Last night, Gossip Girl went smugly into that glittery night. But who could have predicted the show would also end on such a misogynistic note? For the few who are still watching Gossip Girl , expect spoilers below. Not only did the show need to get its two central, eternal couples — Chuck and Blair; Serena and Dan — together for good, but it also had to reveal the identity of Gossip Girl, that bloggy scourge of the Upper East Side.
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Popular TV shows influence fashion all the time, but in its six-season run, "Gossip Girl" - made an impact on wardrobes and accessory drawers around the world. As the core cast of characters grew up during their time living in the Upper East Side and other parts of New York City, their styles evolved as well. When Serena breezes into Grand Central Terminal carrying just a single bag after having been MIA for a year, we're already getting a sense of who she is. Her caramel-colored leather jacket, striped shirt, printed kerchief — and of course, her signature long, flowy blonde hair — signify the kind of effortless off-duty supermodel style that she would have on the episodes to come. Last appearance: 6.
And so it ends -- not with a bang but with a whimper. Though I watched the " Gossip Girl " finale while sleep deprived after an international flight, I've been ruminating on it for a day which, let's be honest, is far more examination than it deserves , just to make sure I couldn't blame the episode's awfulness on my delirium. We all knew that the series finale wasn't going to be good -- it's still the same writing team who led us down this merry, Sage-filled path all season, after all -- but I guess I wanted to give it more credit than it actually merited, as if the producers were going to pull an eleventh hour and address all the insanity, self-indulgence and mind-boggling characterization we've suffered through for the past few seasons. Alas and alack, the writers knew that those who have remained loyal to the show for the past six years, masochists that they are, only wanted two things -- their favorite couples together and an answer to the mystery that has plagued us for years: Who is Gossip Girl? Called it.