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"The sacrifice she's making is for the greater good of the man that she loves," executive producer Josh Safran tells THR of Blair's internal struggle post-car crash. read the whole interview at the source

The Hollywood Reporter: Blair seems to be entering into a new phase, especially with her spirituality. How long will that last?

Josh Safran: Blair very much believes that this pact she has made with the powers responsible for saving Chuck, she will move forward with that belief undeterred. When we started the season, we talked very much about works that were meaningful to us and inspired us and some of the works that came out of that conservation were The Talented Mr. Ripley and The End of the Affair. We knew from the very beginning we were going to tell a story much like the Charlie/Ivy story has been inspired by The Talented Mr. Ripley. 
Blair's always had faith, in all different ways, whether it's faith that someday my prince will come or faith that she went to confession in season 1. The sacrifice she's making is for the greater good of the man that she loves.

THR: There was a period of time that passed after the accident. Will Blair still deal with the loss of her baby throughout the season?

Safran: We were conscious of course to give a time jump in the episode. Obviously Blair very much mourns in that episode and she will continue to mourn, but we wanted to get a little bit of distance from the actual event. What Blair is going through is very, very painful and to watch that is also very, very painful. She's also trying to come to grips with it. She might let loose a little more than she normally would at her bachelorette party -- and someone might take advantage.


Here's a thought: If you think a miscarriage is too sad and painful to be properly addressed and dealt with, then how about you don't use one as plot device next time?

Current Mood: frustratedfrustrated

GOSSIP GIRL RETURNS!/VERA WANG MAKES A CAMEO - Through a series of emotional flashbacks, Blair reveals to Serena what really happened in the aftermath of her tragic car accident with Chuck. Meanwhile, Nate discovers information about the accident that suggests possible foul play. Lily is worried by Charlie's long absence and decides to hire a private detective to track her down.
Vera Wang makes a cameo as herself at Blair's dress fitting. Penn Badgley and Matthew Settle also star. Michael Grossman directed the episode written by Sarah Goodman.

Lily throws Charlie a party to officially introduce her to New York society. Meanwhile, Charlie's ex-boyfriend, Max, throws a wrench into Charlie's future as an Upper East Side princess. Dan decides it may be time to tell Blair the truth about his feelings for her. Chace Crawford, Ed Westwick and Matthew Settle also star. Vince Misiano directed the episode written by Amanda Lasher. cwtv.com
29 November 2011 @ 12:04 am

Lily, Charlie and Serena eagerly anticipate the Studio 54 party being thrown in CeCe's honor. Nate takes on a new role at the Spectator, but his first big story turns out to be about someone he knows all too well. Blair turns to an unlikely person for help.
Penn Badgley, Ed Westwick and Matthew Settle also star. Andrew McCarthy directed the episode written by Natalie Krinsky. -cwtv.com
21 November 2011 @ 11:59 pm

SERENA PLANS A DREAM BRIDAL SHOWER FOR BLAIR - Serena is hard at work planning a dream bridal shower for Blair, but it should come as no surprise that Serena has to plant some false information about the shower in order to keep Blair from finding out all the details. Chuck and Dan decide to spend the day together to distract themselves from the fact that they didn't make the invite list for Blair's shower. Nate and Serena find a silver bullet in Diana's war against Gossip Girl, but struggle about whether to use it or not.
Kaylee DeFer, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Cherie Nowlan directed the episode written by Austin Winsberg. -cwtv.com
15 November 2011 @ 12:45 am

Several of our favorite Upper East Siders attend a performance of Punchdrunk's provocative theater experience, "Sleep No More," which translates to masks, anonymity and some surprising romantic twists by the end of the evening. Meanwhile, Diana sets her sights on Serena in her quest to ruin Gossip Girl. Dan is out on his book tour, but things aren't exactly as they appear to his friends and family. Andy Wolk directed the episode written by Dan Steele. [cwtv.com]  Useless episode description is useless.
08 November 2011 @ 01:21 am

Blair makes all of her former minions and Charlie compete to secure the coveted bridesmaid spots in her upcoming royal wedding. Nate is tired of keeping his relationship with Diana a secret, so he decides to use Charlie to make Diana jealous.
Serena's boss is determined to acquire the film rights to Dan's book, so Serena must put her personal feelings about Dan and the book aside in order to close the deal.
Ed Westwick and Matthew Settle also star. Andy Wolk directed the episode written by the Devil.

In the midst of celebrating Yom Kippur with family and friends, Blair and Louis find themselves in a power struggle with Louis' family. Serena's boss puts Serena in the awkward position of choosing between her new job and her relationship with Dan. Diana prepares to debut the New York Spectator, but an unfortunate last-minute surprise delays the launch and Diana expects Nate to do whatever it takes to save the day.
Ed Westwick, Kaylee DeFer, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Joe Lazarov directed the episode written by Peter Elkoff.
I don't know if this comm is still alive, but I'm glad as hell it exists, because it is needed. I may have squealed with joy upon finding it and then read the entire archive.

Anyway, I wrote a piece of meta that I think is appropriate for inclusion here. After doing a recent rewatch of the show/catch-up on everything I missed since I drifted away in the third season, I had a looooooot of thoughts on Jenny's story arc.

This is not a short post. ALSO: trigger warnings for rape, sexual assault, and discussion of rape culture.
11 October 2011 @ 12:59 am

Nate must decide whether to cross moral lines at Diana's (Elizabeth Hurley) request. Dan has figured out who is publishing his book, and seeks help to stop it, but he ends up in the spotlight anyway. Chuck helps Dan come to terms with his fate, just as Dan continues to try to help Chuck break through his emotional block. Serena and Charlie return to the Upper East Side from California.
Shaw directed the episode written by Amanda Lasher.

No mention of Blair and her baby!paternity drama.