Hey, Upper East Siders, ever wonder what happened to the scheming socialites and Gatsby-esque villains who seemed to always circle S and B?
Well we know all their secrets, and we're totally here to tell!
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.
instead, it would have been entertaining on purpose instead of by accident. Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester have so much chemistry my TV screen melts a little each time they are on it. Blair could maybe get past his Brooklyn upbringing, but the most polished woman alive would never truly fall for someone with such unkempt hair.
She continues to front The Pretty Reckless and enjoy copious amounts of black eyeliner. From invisible outsider to the boyfriend of Serena, the most beautiful and sought-after socialite in New York, Dan Humphrey is at least partly responsible for making Brooklyn the new Manhattan, right?
Lindsay Gardner and Nelly Yuki work at The Huffington Post. Jimmy Cooper and Howard Archibald open an accounting firm. Ryan hires Ben Donovan to work at his construction company.
magazine is reporting that an ambivalent Leighton dumped a "heartbroken" Sebastian Stan because she "doesn't know how to be in a relationship and doesn't really like them." HA. Her jaded romantic sentiments will surely be welcomed company for a cuckolded Ed.
In other circumstantial proof of an impending romance, a Chuck/Blair on-and-off-the-screen romance would make logical sense as Leighton Meester continues to chase Blake Lively's fame.
But that's not to say she's always a homebody — cast members often go out together, and Leighton's been written up in New York gossip columns for "downing tequila shots" and making out with abandon at nightclubs.
"The evil side of Blair is somewhere in me," she muses, "but acting her out is like therapy.