Major Gossip Girl Spoilers: Blair Chooses Chuck in the Season Finale?

Major Spoilers: Supposedly Chuck & Nate are going to be fighting over Blair again! But in the end of the season Blair chooses Chuck, here’s the script!

Blair- I want to believe you, Chuck, but I can’t. You’ve hurt me to many times. Chuck- You can believe me this time. Blair- Why? He looks at her; human, real, vulnerable. Chuck- Beacuse I’m not Chuck Bass without you. Blair- Uh.. That’s it? There is a moment then.. ~He kisses her~ It was the perfect kiss, the kind they used to fear when they were in the game They break and Chuck- I love you, Blair. Blair smiles and jumps into his arms. Blair- Can you say it again? They both laugh and smile

Question: I’m begging here. Please give me something good on Gossip Girl‘s Chuck and Blair! All we’ve been getting is bad news and I need something to keep me sane! Ausiello: This season’s final two episodes will make you very happy.

Source: The Ausiello Files Any Gossip Girl scoop? Nate and Serena aren’t hooking up for season finale, right? MICKEY: No! That would never happen! I mean, Nate and Serena would totally be the least likely couple in all of Gossip-dom, especially considering their sleazy history. It would be totally unexpected, right? Plus, when I mentioned that the producers should fix Gossip Girl by dirtying up fuzzy bunnies Serena and Nate, it’s not like the powers that be were listening. Right? Right? Source: TV Guide

‘Gossip Girl’: So you’re saying you DON’T want Nate & Blair together…

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV …Or maybe you do. In fact, some of you do. And some of you don’t. And some of you are just really very angry. The response to last Monday’s “Gossip Girl” post in which executive producer Stephanie Savage basically explained that, (a) Nate and Blair’s recently rekindled relationship will have a short run that plays out over the season’s remaining few episodes and that (b) a Chuck-Blair pairing will most probably be on tap for season 3, was, uh, passionate. And while the overwhelming majority of you are just livid about having to watch any additional Blair-Nate screen time, there are certainly a few fans who prefer B with Nate over Chuck. And the people with that perspective seem to be pissed about the promise of a Chuck-Blair pairing for fall. Of course there’s also the matters of Chuck and Vanessa — a few of you don’t mind their fraternization, the rest of you want to shave the poor girl’s head yourself, then point and laugh at her — and Blair and Uncle Jack Bass… their secret, that is… which some people seem to think will tear Chuck and Blair apart forever. Leighton Meester Anthony Dixon /WENN

What happened to the Blair/Jack Bass secret on Gossip Girl? Blair did hook up with Jack Bass on New Year’s Eve, but when that info comes out, it barely makes a dent in the storyline. (Who else was hoping for a least a jealous freak-out from Chuck?) Source: Kristin on E!Online Sooo excited about Gwen Stefani appearing on Gossip Girl!can you tell us anything more? According to MTV.com, No Doubt will be appearing in the Lily episode as a band named—wait for it—Snow Doubt. (Heee.) They’ll be doing a cover of Adam & the Ants’ “Stand and Deliver.” Source: Kristin on E!Online Your help is sought in finding missing person Jenny Humphrey, cute Brooklyn blonde. Not seen on Gossip Girl for weeks now. Will she be getting a storyline any time soon? Negatory. Little J is overlooked once again. In the coming weeks every other storyline on the show takes precedence, and J will apparently have to wait her turn for the spotlight. Source: Kristin on E!Online Georgina returns April 27 and sticks around for the last four episodes of the season (the finale is on May 18). Georgina may have become a good Christian girl, but Michelle Trachtenberg teases that she’s still causing her fair share of trouble, “Her last name is Sparks, so sparks will fly.” Michelle adds that she is “causing quite a stir, as Georgina does,” (Watch With Kristin) Lily and Rufus’ child will show up May 4 to wreak havoc on Lily and Rufus’ blissful, excitement-free union. I’m hearing it’s kind of cliff-hang-y, as the season’s final two episodes will tee up the Brittany Snow spin-off and reveal exactly what Bart Bass had in that envelope. (TV Guide)

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.22 – Southern Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Gossip Girl – Confirmed Episode Titles

Episode 2.23 – The Wrath of Con (May 4th) Episode 2.24 – Valley Girls (May 11th) Episode 2.25 – The Goodbye Gossip Girl (May 18th) Source: SpoilerTV

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.22 – Southern Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – Promotional Poster

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.22 Promotional Photos and Poster (Click to Enlarge)

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.22 – Southern Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – Promotional Photo

Will there be a continuation of Gossip Girl’s storyline about Lily and Rufus’ child? MICKEY: I had a college roommate who called me Yankee. I called him A–hole. For the Supremes fan in the house, the love child/never-meant-to-be will show up May 4 to wreak havoc on Lily and Rufus’ blissful, excitement-free union. I’m hearing it’s kind of cliff-hang-y, as the season’s final two episodes will tee up the Brittany Snow spin-off and reveal exactly what Bart Bass had in that envelope. Source: TVGuide

Gossip Girl – Latest from TV Guide Magazine

Q: One of my favorite shows is Gossip Girl. I pretty much know the whole cast, so what can you tell me that I don’t know?” A: Well, Ashley, I don’t think you know new cast member Matt Barr. He appears May 11 in the Lily-centric spin-off episode as young Keith van der Woodsen, who may wind up being Serena’s father. “Wait and see,” says Gossip executive producer Stephanie Savage. But she reveals that we’ll finally meet Serena and Eric’s father in Season 3, and Matt says the show will be introducing an all grown-up version of Keith. So you do the math. A casting call will be going out for an actor who resembles a more mature Matt. I’m thinking Matthew Modine. Source: TV Guide

Gossip Girls Last day on set for this season!

PopTvDotCom It was the last day of shooting for this season on the set of Gossip Girl in NYC. Ed Westwick [ Chuck ], Leighton Meester [ Blair ], and Chace Crawford [ Nate ] were here today. Larry has been on … It was the last day of shooting for this season on the set of Gossip Girl in NYC. Ed Westwick [ Chuck ], Leighton Meester [ Blair ], and Chace Crawford [ Nate ] were here today. Larry has been on the set of Gossip Girl many times. Check out all the great footage that Larry has been bringing us from the set of Gossip Girl by clicking here!

Gossip Girl – Set Photos

This season’s final two episodes will make [Chuck and Blair fans] very happy. Source: The Ausiello Files

Episode 2.23: The Wrath of Con (fka “Lovechild”)Airdate: May 4, 2009 Blair pressures Georgina into making amends for her past bad behavior by helping her in a scheme. The rivalry between Nate and Chuck over Blair comes to a head. Lily hatches a secret plan to help Rufus with Dan’s college tuition. Blake Lively, Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr also star. Source: The CW

Episode 2.24: Valley Girls (Spin-off episode) Airdate: May 11, 2009

In a flashback to the 80s, 17-year-old Lily Rhodes ([guest star Britanny] Snow) gets kicked out of boarding school and runs away to Los Angeles, reconnecting with her parents, Rick ([guest star Andrew] McCarthy) and Cece (guest star Cynthia Watros, “Lost”), and sister, Carol ([guest star Krysten] Ritter). Back in present day, Blair and Nate attend prom together, but the evening doesn’t turn out exactly as planned and Chuck has a little something to do with that. Serena and Lily don’t see eye-to-eye over Serena’s recent run-in with the law. No Doubt performs in the episode as an 80s band called “Snowed Out.” Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr and Matthew Settle also star. Source: The CW

Chuck does not try and sabotage Blair’s campaign for prom queen. It’s actually just the opposite. (Michael Ausiello)

Dan and Serena end up going together, but as friends, not lovers. Source: The Ausiello Files

I know it’s not really called Lily, but is there anything new to spill on the spinoff? Actually E! News just caught up with the older version of Lily, Kelly Rutherford, and she shared an awesome-sounding bit of info on the tentatively titled show: “I just went in recently did a bit of a voice-over, like a Wonder Years kind of thing where I’m looking back on my life. I don’t know if they’ll use it, but I was able to see some of it, and it looked fantastic.” So there you have it! Gossip Girl plus Wonder Years equals amazing! Source: Kristin on E!Online

Preview of ‘Gossip Girl’ 2.24: Valley Girls

This would be the ‘Gossip Girl’ episode that provides a backdoor pilot for its spin-off when young Lily van der Woodsen had a run-in with the law.

Preview of 'Gossip Girl' 2.24: Valley Girls
See larger image It was way back when Lily van der Woodsen was known as her maiden name Rhodes. Next week on ““, it’s a backdoor pilot for the show’s spin-off which is tentatively titled ““. There will be a lot of flash backs to the ’80s where Lily was just a 17-year-old living in Los Angeles after being kicked out of boarding school. In the May 11 episode, young Lily tries to reconnect with her parents, Rick (Andrew McCarthy) and Cece (), and sister, Carol (). She will later leave the comfort of living a luxurious life to crash in with her sister in downtown L.A. leads the cast as Lily Rhodes. Back in present day, Blair and Nate attend prom together, but the evening doesn’t turn out exactly as planned and Chuck has a little something to do with that. Serena and Lily don’t see eye-to-eye over Serena’s recent run-in with the law.
guest star in the episode as a fictional ’80s band called Snowed Out. They will perform a cover of Adam and the Ants’ “Stand and Deliver” which No Doubt had performed on their live set at Bamboozle Festival over the weekend.

Episode 2.25: The Goodbye Gossip Girl (Season finale) Airdate: May 18, 2009

Gossip Girl sends out a damaging email blast during St. Jude and Constance Billard’s commencement ceremony; Rufus and Lily try to repair their relationship. Source: SpoilerTV

What can you tell us about the Gossip Girl finale? Chuck and Blair! What else is there to say? OK, how about that the spawn of Rufus and Lily will be played by an unknown—extrapolate from that what you will about said spawn’s future on the show. (Of course, nobody had ever heard of Jessica Szohr before G.G., and now she’s a big star with endorsement deals and everything.) Source: Kristin on E!Online

Does Serena do any damage to Gossip Girl when she tries to out her in the G.G. finale?
No, not really. Gossip Girl escapes Serena’s attack relatively unscathed—but then again, nobody effs with Kristen Bell and gets away with it. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.25 – The Goodbye Gossip Girl – Synopsis

MONDAY, MAY 18 “GOSSIP GIRL” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) “The Goodbye Gossip Girl” (TV-14, DL) (HDTV) GRADUATION, GOSSIP GIRL DRAMA AND CLIFFHANGERS GALORE! — Gossip Girl decides to liven things up at the Constance Billard and St. Jude’s graduation by sending out a shocking and damaging email blast in the midst of the commencement ceremony, stirring Serena (Blake Lively) to come up with a plan of attack. The Mean Girls (guest stars Yin Chang, Nicole Fiscella, Amanda Setton and Dreama Walker) challenge Jenny (Taylor Momsen) to throw her hat in the ring to succeed Blair (Leighton Meester) as Queen Bee next year. Lily (Kelly Rutherford) and Rufus (Matthew Settle) struggle to repair their relationship after Lily’s betrayal. As for the cliffhangers, Blair and Chuck (Ed Westwick) finally…and Serena is shocked by…and Georgina (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg) decides to…and Dan (Penn Badgley), Nate (Chace Crawford) and Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) unknowingly….and it all happens in the series’ climactic season finale. Norman Buckley directed the episode written by Joshu! a Saffran (#225). Source: CW The season finale revolves around the gang trying to smoke out Gossip Girl. (Michael Ausiello) [Serena] uncovers the identity of someone connected to GG, but not GG herself. Source: The Ausiello Files

I’m hearing there will be multiple cliffhangers, one of which may include an appearance by Rufus and Lily’s presumed-dead love child. Source: The Ausiello Files

New 90210 Spoilers: 1.19 ‘Okaeri, Donna!’

4/14 New ‘Okaeri, Donna!’

90210Kelly and Silver are surprised when Donna (guest star Tori Spelling) shows up at their door, straight off a plane from Japan. Annie and Dixon decide to spend their spring break on a road trip to visit someone from Dixon’s past, while Ethan decides to step out of his bubble and volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. Naomi joins the Habitat build after learning that Liam is also attending, but is clearly out of her comfort zone. While Kelly and Donna are dining on sushi, Diablo Cody (guest starring as herself) convinces Donna to design a dress for her for a red carpet event.

90210 Okaeri, Donna! 1×19 – Extended Promo

Diablo Cody Dishes on 90210 — and if She’s Really a Hollywood Powerhouse

by Anna Dimond (TV Guide)

Diablo Cody

Diablo Cody is known as the mind behind Juno‘s sassy, Oscar-winning script, as well as a chief force driving Showtime’s United States of Tara. But Tuesday night (9 pm/ET), the ingénue is stepping in front of the camera for the first time for a guest-role on the CW’s 90210. In a cameo that has her gushing, Cody arrives at West Bev just as Tori Spelling returns as Donna Martin, now a fashion designer. Cody asks her to help with a red-carpet dress. TVGuide.com chatted with the writer to find out what it was like to film with her heroes, and, a year after winning her Oscar, if she feels like she’s breaking new ground for women in Hollywood.

TVGuide.com: Outside of your work for United States of Tara, you have a lot of other projects going on, including an upcoming appearance on 90210. What was the experience like?
Diablo Cody:
It was amazing. I’ve never done any acting, so brace yourself. Seriously, I’m not good. But, oh my god! I wanted to put myself out there to have the experience. I grew up worshipping Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling, and now I got to shoot a couple of scenes with them. So it was surreal.

TVGuide.com: Were you nervous?
Cody:
I don’t think I’ve ever been so nervous in my entire life. I was absolutely paralyzed. It was interesting. I’ve never been on the other side of the camera. Especially being on a TV set, I was super-conscious of what the crew was doing. I’ve always been on the other side, so for me, to suddenly be stepping into the actors’ shoes, I’ve always had a tremendous amount of respect for actors, because I don’t know how they do it. But now I’m like, ‘You people are mutants. How do you do it?’

TVGuide.com: What’s your scene like?
Cody:
I have several scenes, and my storyline involves the return of Donna Martin to Beverly Hills. It was Tori’s first episode back. I play myself.

TVGuide.com: Will we recognize the old Donna?
Cody:
She is like the old Donna. There were a few moments where I thought to myself, that the writing was quite faithful, because it was true to original character. She’s not a virgin anymore, but…

TVGuide.com: Along with your upcoming cameo, there was recently a New York Times article that examined the close friendship among you and three other prominent, female screenwriters in Hollywood. What was your take on that?
Cody:
I thought it was absolutely wonderful! Of course, we were basking in the praise, but at the same time, it was embarrassing, because it made us out to be very glamorous ladies. When in fact, I spend most of the day in sweat pants, eating Doritos. I have never thought of myself as, quote unquote, gorgeous, for a moment of my life… . And I love those women so much that to be in the newspaper with them was very exciting.

TVGuide.com: That kind of media spotlight highlights how things have changed for you in the past few years. Do see yourself as someone who’s breaking new ground for women in Hollywood?
Cody:
I think female screenwriters are getting a lot more ink than they used to. And I think that’s cool. I don’t know if that has anything to do with me. It probably just has to do with evolution. I am a feminist. If I’ve caused any change, I hope it’s positive.

TVGuide.com: You also mentioned some of the emotional stressors in the work you do. Is that just the nature of the beast?
Cody:
Absolutely. I think all artists are tortured. Whether they’re musicians, journalists — as I’m sure you know — painters. We’ve never been incredibly well-adjusted people. And when you’re turning out a great volume of work, which I now have to do, it’s going to affect you personally. But I think I’m getting tougher.

Tori Spelling On Donna-David Separation: It’s a “Real Storyline”

Source: (TV Guide)

Tori Spelling

90210 fans were crushed to learn Tuesday night that David and Donna separated shortly after the birth of their daughter, Ruby. Despite the disheartened diehards, Tori Spelling stands behind the storyline. “It was something we discussed, the producers and I, and I thought it was real,” Spelling told TVGuide.com at Oxygen Network’s fall TV previews on Wednesday in New York City. “There’s just a real storyline there. What happens when a couple of high school sweethearts grow up and become adults, and parents, and have different career paths? Sometimes you kind of move away from each other.” But separated doesn’t necessarily mean divorce is in the cards. “We’ll see what happens,” said Spelling. “I know the audience loves David and Donna together and hopefully it will all work out.”

Ghost Whisperer Recap: “Thrilled to Death”

‘Ghost Whisperer’: The First Rule of Cancer Support Group…

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

Previously on “Ghost Whisperer,” Jim came back to Melinda via a rebirth from the sewer. He now doesn’t really remember anything since the gunshot.

The Mystery of the Week this week revolves around Hillary Duff. She plays a woman named Morgan who is being haunted by a creepy dude named Rick Hartman. He was a pencil-pushing neat-freak who found out he was dying and went all last-day-on-Earth crazy, complete with Bucket List. He died sky-diving in Mexico. The last item on the list? Morgan. Just “Morgan.” As in “to do?” But Morgan doesn’t have any idea who the guy is.

However, it turns out Morgan and Rick were going to a Cancer Support Group together. It’s how they met. Just like Tyler Durden and Marla Singer. Hmmm. Rick’s ghost is back and mad because Morgan isn’t doing anything to save her life. I smell a rat, guys. Eli and Melinda talk to her but Morgan says she’s given up except for an experimental, expensive treatment but she doesn’t have the money and says she won’t ask her family and is just going to continue on with dying.

Melinda and Eli find out she actually *has* no family but was previously married twice. And both husbands died and left her a ton of money. She’s a praying mantis! Melinda says, “Black widow,” but I like praying mantis.

Rick finds out what Morgan really is and goes after her, too late to find out from Melinda and Eli that Morgan donated all the money she inherited from her victims to charity. The Scooby Duo tracks Morgan down on the roof of her building where Rick has knocked her off and she clings to a pipe. They manage to save her and explain to her that Rick wants to punish her.

Morgan explains that she took his money but it was different this time because Rick really cared for her. Melinda dons her Psychologist Hat and traces it back to Morgan’s dead parents. She then figures out the ghost committed suicide by packing his chute wrong (hey, that was on CSI last night!). He made it look like an accident so Morgan could get the insurance money.

Jim walks around trying to regain his old life but no one knows who he is. It’s boring and kind-of pointless. What it boils down to is that Sam has Gen Ed credits so Jim can use those to get started on going to Med School.

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