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Our dear, sweet Little J. Recently, I decided to use my spare time in the wisest way I possibly could: By re-watching the entire series of Gossip Girl, beginning to nearly-end. And for lack of a better word, it was so weird seeing Taylor Momsen looking so… normal!
Whereas most actors and actresses resist switching up their look until after their contracts are up (see: Emma Watson post-HP), Momsen seemed to somehow convince the producers of GG that her character Jenny Humphrey should evolve into a raccoon-eyed neo-goth, just like the actress did in real life. And evolve she did, right back to her estranged mother’s house in Hudson (i.e. off the cast). It’s pretty remarkable to watch, really. Cindy Lou Who, we hardly knew ye.
It’s official: The series finale of Gossip Girl is a mere eleven episodes away. While many a cynic may argue that the show actually ended sometime during the second season, for us die-hard Upper East Side wannabes, this news is harder hitting than a Nairtini to the head. Personally, Blair Waldorf is not only listed as an ‘inspirational person’ on my Facebook, but she’s also my pet gerbil’s namesake.
- Feb 09 Sat 2013 16:46
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Girls Is Down To Its Final Two Episodes
by Matt Smith
In honor of Hannah's obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), here are the eight best moments (in no particular order) from Sunday night’s Girls episode ("It's Back").
1) Where is Jessa?!
We speculated last week that Jessa could be gone for good. And based on Shoshanna's emotional outburst, our prediction looks solid. Shosh (Zosia Mamet) freaks out, wondering where her cousin absconded to and, most importantly, whether Jessa has on the appropriate outfit. The torture of not knowing is on the verge of tearing the fabric of Shosh's being... when she bumps into a college buddy on rollerblades. It looks safe to say we've seen the last of Jessa this season.
2) Hannah's parents suck
Their appearance in "It's Back" marks Mr. and Mrs. Horvath's first major screen time this season. Immediately, we're reminded why Hannah dreads their visits. Mr. Horvath isn't so bad. He's quite adept as the stooge and delivers a few solid one-liners. Hannah's mother, on the other hand, is a nasty, cold-hearted b****. She's either busying raving about some intellectual conference or dragging Hannah to a concert for geriatrics. Mrs. Horvath is the only character who makes siding with Hannah easy.
3) Honest Adam spills his guts
Adam once hinted he is an alcoholic, but we've never seen him actually struggle with the sauce. After a one-episode hiatus, Adam (Adam Driver) delivers the performance of the night while hanging with a group of dopey-faced AA members. His confession about his relationship with Hannah is chillingly honest, yet brutally funny. The scene is proof that only Adam can deliver the most serious and still laugh-out-loud moment of the show.
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