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Serena, struggling to get over her breakup with Dan, takes a liking to a young lifeguard.

Meanwhile, Nate gets involved in a steamy relationship with an older woman, named Catherine whom is married.

After pleading with him for a good five minutes (I take your fan requests seriously, people!

), and explaining what Twitter is all about, Ed agreed to try Twitter out for a week and see how it goes. Also, if you are not following me on Twitter (@kristindsantos), such a shame, because you missed this very important "Exclusive!

That's a big thing for that episode." Ed also promises "You will cry.

There will be tears."Ed Says They "Might Do One More Year" of the Show: When asked how much Chuck Bass Ed has in him, Ed replies thoughtfully: "I have a bit left in me, it's an exhausting character because it is well for the reasons that have been so apparent throughout the whole of the show, he's not platonic in any way.

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albeit one who takes the kids to the park and to playdates in a three-piece suit wearing

albeit one who takes the kids to the park and to playdates in a three-piece suit wearing $1,000 cologne. He keeps telling Chuck that if he sells the paper (and its private plane), he’s going to move to an island in Belize…

B and S are still BFFs, though Blair The eternally badass Chuck Bass is still doing his thing, though marriage and fatherhood have calmed his bad boy tendencies a bit.

He’s pretty happy letting Blair run the show at home, and he’s embraced the whole “family man” thing. He’s still running his newspaper, though he’s thinking of selling it to the Huffington Post.

While their wardrobes and lifestyles were more fantasy than reality for most of us, there was something about Blair, Chuck, Serena, Dan, Nate, Jenny, and the rest that we just couldn't get enough of.

We felt like we knew them, and we rooted for them from episode one to the double wedding in the finale.

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albeit one who takes the kids to the park and to playdates in a three-piece suit wearing $1,000 cologne. He keeps telling Chuck that if he sells the paper (and its private plane), he’s going to move to an island in Belize…B and S are still BFFs, though Blair The eternally badass Chuck Bass is still doing his thing, though marriage and fatherhood have calmed his bad boy tendencies a bit.He’s pretty happy letting Blair run the show at home, and he’s embraced the whole “family man” thing. He’s still running his newspaper, though he’s thinking of selling it to the Huffington Post.While their wardrobes and lifestyles were more fantasy than reality for most of us, there was something about Blair, Chuck, Serena, Dan, Nate, Jenny, and the rest that we just couldn't get enough of.We felt like we knew them, and we rooted for them from episode one to the double wedding in the finale.

,000 cologne. He keeps telling Chuck that if he sells the paper (and its private plane), he’s going to move to an island in Belize…B and S are still BFFs, though Blair The eternally badass Chuck Bass is still doing his thing, though marriage and fatherhood have calmed his bad boy tendencies a bit.He’s pretty happy letting Blair run the show at home, and he’s embraced the whole “family man” thing. He’s still running his newspaper, though he’s thinking of selling it to the Huffington Post.While their wardrobes and lifestyles were more fantasy than reality for most of us, there was something about Blair, Chuck, Serena, Dan, Nate, Jenny, and the rest that we just couldn't get enough of.We felt like we knew them, and we rooted for them from episode one to the double wedding in the finale.

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