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Gossip Girl 6 Seasons 2012

Season 6
4.7 out of 5 stars (243) IMDb 7.4/10

It's Gossip Girl's unforgettable final season. As season six begins, Serena is off the grid, Blair has offered Chuck her heart, Dan has written a new book and Nate determines to reveal Gossip Girl's true identity. And when Bart Bass, Jack Bass and Georgina Sparks show up to raise hell, it's a fight to the spectacular series finale. So who comes out on top? That's one secret I'll never tell.... XOXO.

Starring:
Blake Lively, Leighton Meester
Original air date:
December 17, 2012

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Season 6

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1. Gone Maybe Gone

In the sixth season premiere, Serena has gone missing and Chuck and Blair make a promise to each other about their relationship. MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG, BARRY WATSON guest star.

CC TV-NR October 7, 2012 42 minutes
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2. High Infidelity

Serena hosts a big gala, Blair prepares to debut her new fashion line and Dan must decide if he is willing to sacrifice his integrity in order to get his work published.

CC TV-NR October 14, 2012 43 minutes
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3. Dirty Rotten Scandals

Blair relies on help from an unlikely source to make her first Waldorf Designs fashion show a success, but unexpected scheming causes a scandal on the runway. ALEXA CHUNG appears.

CC TV-NR October 21, 2012 43 minutes
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4. Portrait of a Lady Alexander

Chuck's investigation into his father's dealings leads him to an unlikely event with Manhattan's elite. Serena and Steven (BARRY WATSON) decide to reveal their romantic histories.

CC TV-NR November 4, 2012 43 minutes
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5. Monstrous Ball

Eleanor (MARGARET COLIN) gives Blair an ultimatum, Serena worries about Steven's (BARRY WATSON) attitude toward her and Dan publishes another article.

CC TV-NR November 11, 2012 43 minutes
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6. Where The Vile Things Are

With Ivy's help, Chuck discovers there is evidence incriminating his father and enlists Nate to help retrieve it. Serena volunteers to help Dan, but unexpected emotions arise.

CC TV-NR November 18, 2012 42 minutes
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7. Save the Last Chance

Serena and Dan decide to make amends with those they have wronged. Chuck is close to getting the evidence he needs against his father, but a close ally reveals his plan.

CC TV-NR November 25, 2012 43 minutes
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8. It's Really Complicated

What's Thanksgiving without a side of drama? Serena and Dan throw their first Thanksgiving together, but everyone seems to have their own agenda.

CC TV-NR December 2, 2012 42 minutes
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9. The Revengers

After a run-in with Bart (ROBERT JOHN BURKE), Blair is concerned for Chuck's safety and devises a plan with Serena, Georgina (MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG) and Sage (SOFIA BLACK-D'ELIA).

CC TV-NR December 9, 2012 41 minutes
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10. New York, I Love You XOXOXO

Series finale! In a fashionable farewell to remember, our favorite Upper East Siders join forces for one last soiree, and the shocking identity of Gossip Girl is finally revealed.

CC TV-NR December 16, 2012 42 minutes
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I am a Gossip Girl fanatic. I faithfully watched every episode and loved every moment of it (well almost every moment.)I admit the show had lost its spark somewhere in the midst of Season 4 when for some reason the writers decided to take away college and career prospects for these VERY young, wealthy and ambitious people and turn them into a cycle of never ending backstabbing & bed hopping cycle without any real purpose or character development. It became impossible to root for anyone or any couple at that point.

With that said, Season 6 had its questionable and downright hilarious moments such as never ending Chuck Bass family drama and Serena & Dan attempts to salvage the disaster that was their friendship and romantic relationship. But of course, it had its winning moments such as anything involving its main stars Chuck and Blair, zingers by Georgina and return of the one and only Uncle Jack.

Season 6 is laughable in parts, but its conclusion and five year flash forward was for lack of the better word, satisfying. I was genuinely happy to see a TV show conclude with lose ends tied up and conflict resolved because Gossip Girl was never meant to teach life lessons, provide moral scale or attempt to actually relate to average people. Everything about Gossip Girl always functioned on hyper reality for entertainment and fashion envy purpose.

The ending could have been much worse when you look at the last few seasons that descended into pure disaster. Season 6 somewhat cleaned up the mess and it concluded this crazy show I was obsessed with for years. My Monday nights will not be the same anymore.
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This show ended right before it jumped the shark, IMO. When all the characters were in high school, all the scheming and conniving seemed very slick and somehow mature. It fit in with the characters. It even worked when they were all in their first years of college, but then it just got old. I'm all for the willing suspension of disbelief, but I find it hard to believe that out of a group of 5 super privileged children, not a one of them finished college, but they all managed to get amazing jobs. Heck I found it a little hard to believe that any of them got into college, since they appeared to spend about 10 minutes a day in school. The show had lost its mojo and found it again a little with the Blair and the Prince storyline, but then lost it pretty quick.

However, the series finale was worth it. And what a shocker the identity of gossip girl was.....I have to say it was something I never in a million years saw coming. That alone was worth the $1.99 to watch the series finale. Too many series finales leave everything open (Sopranos), or make it completely confusing (Lost) and that just feels wrong, the Gossip Girl series finale did a great job of wrapping it all up with a nice little bow and I loved it. And they did something else I love, which was to sort of do an epilouge type thing where you get to catch up with the characters five years late. I haven't seen that done often, but I do love it, especially in a show like this one.

Goodbye Gossip Girl....you know I love you XOXO ;)
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It was sad seeing this series end. I was such a fan of the first 2 seasons but I'm glad the ending was satisfying. For anyone who's watched GG and is familiar with the show knows how melodramatic it can be. The last 5 seasons were filled with some mind blowing scenarios that were a bit exaggerated that sometimes especially in season 5 just took the flavor and sophistication out of the show. I'm glad this season came around and did it the right way this time. The writers have finally redeemed themselves of the horrid things they were threwing at us last season. Not saying that this season is the best so far but it comes close, very close the only reason I give it 4 stars out of 5 is for these following minor problems that I had with the show.

[MAJOR SPOILER/ DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU'VE WATCHED THE SHOW]

-Problem #1: The end of Bart Bass. These people spent almost the entire season the first 9 episodes to take Bart down who is very clearly the biggest, most feared and ultimate villain of the show. Of course, their plans to bring him down didn't go well at all. They had to face many obstacles and disappoints and many of them suffered from it. But then when the final curtains came closing down and he actually was defeated the situation just seemed a bit rush, unexpected and mostly disappointing. All that tension, all that drama just built up to that small scene and it just eluded a fake climax if you know what I mean. I thought the writers could be a bit more creative and made it more realistic instead. In short I didn't like it.

-Problem #2: GG Identity,I was actually scared that the writers would reveal who GG is. I thought it was never going to be revealed. However, for once the writers satisfied my curiosity and told us finally who GG really is.
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I'm almost 50 years old and still enjoyed this series. My 15 year old daughter asked why I was watching a teen show, but this was really a fun and entertaining show to watch when I needed to just relax after a 12 hour work day.
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