Meanwhile, Lily and Bart throw an extravagant housewarming party and expect their children to make them proud, but the Serena do not want to follow the rules when she correctly suspects Bart to be influencing Lily to do what he wants for business and self-interest.Elsewhere, Dan and Jenny discover a big secret that Nate has been keeping from them.
They run in the same circles, so why not, you know? They’re spending hours upon hours with one another, so it’s practically an inevitability.As Jack'd he's sexy and fit, but a less homogenous version than Grindr, and he doesn't discriminate when it comes to what you look like or where you're from. were a guy instead of a TV show, he'd be the really sexy guy you completely fall for immediately, slowly realize he's the worst and constantly disappointing you, yet keep hooking up with him sporadically for the next five years.), and I wish these two would rekindle their flame.Dubbed the Golden Couple by Gossip Girl herself, the luscious locks between the two are reason enough for them to get back together: their future child could challenge Kate Middleton for best hair ever. She tried with Nate, she tried with Dan (and briefly, with Dan AND Hillary Duff, which was weird for everyone involved and watching), she tried with Dan's secret half-brother, and I think she even hooked up with Chuck, but no. Sorry V, at least you have your boho accessories to keep you company.Which is why Plenty of Fish, the Craigslist ad of apps, is basically her.Gossip Girl herself, Dan Humphrey, is the psycho who's been stalking everyone for years and keeping track of their every move.(Need to get caught up on everything that's happened? )And of course, the best times of the show always involved love.Since just about everyone on the show has hooked up at one point it was hard to keep this from becoming a novel, but here's our condensed list of the couples that worked, and the couples that should have been banned from Manhattan.Serena and Dan need to let the memory of their young love fade because let's face it: I know these two were a real life couple once, but since Blake Lively's marriage to Ryan Reynolds, her scenes with Penn Badgley are about as exciting as any plot line involving Vanessa (see below).Not to mention my aforementioned rooting for Lily and Rufus, and my discomfort with step-siblings getting it on.