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'Gossip Girl' Season 5, Episode 10 Recap: Top 5 OMG Moments in the Midseason Finale (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Dec 6th 2011 1:00AM
Chuck and Blair['Gossip Girl' - 'Riding in Town Cars with Boys']

'Gossip Girl' just can't get enough of those dramatic car crashes -- it's like 'Vampire Diaries' and their obsession with balls, or 'Gilmore Girls' and their weekly town-wide festivals of yore. And when it comes to ending a midseason finale with a bang, few things can beat the sound of twisted metal and one of our main characters in critical condition.

There were plenty of shocks, twists and longing looks in the final episode of 2011, so hit the jump for our top five OMG moments, and come speculate with us in the comments.

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'Gossip Girl' Season 5, Episode 4 Recap: Top 5 OMG Moments

by Laura Prudom, posted Oct 18th 2011 10:00AM
Chuck and Blair['Gossip Girl' - 'Memoirs of an Invisible Dan']

Lonely Boy definitely lived up to his nickname this week; Dan may be on the cusp of literary greatness, but with friends and family feeling stung by their fictional portrayals, our budding Hemingway found himself alone in a room full of people, and his Amazon ranking certainly won't make waffles with him in the morning.

This week's 'Gossip Girl' was firing on all scandalous cylinders, elevating itself above guilty pleasure viewing to recapture some of the sparkle of its glory days. The whole gang got together, which always guarantees fireworks, and there were moments to tease both the loyal Chair and the Dair fans. Serena's selfishness was back with a vengeance, and Ivy got herself a new ally -- or did she?

Join us after the jump for our five favorite moments from this week's episode.

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'Gossip Girl' Season 5, Episode 3 Recap: Top 5 OMG Moments

by Laura Prudom, posted Oct 11th 2011 5:45AM
Elizabeth Hurley and Chace Crawford['Gossip Girl' - 'Jewel of Denial']

Welcome back, scandal seekers -- the Upper East Side is soaked with secrets this week, which, I hope you'll agree, is a welcome relief after last week's snoozeworthy installment. There was hardly a stilted European accent in sight, and it was refreshing to see the show get the Carol/Charlie dilemma out of the way up-front instead of dragging it out for months of near-misses and dropped calls.

This week, the gasps kept on coming, which harkens back to the 'Gossip Girl' of old: Blair's in denial, Dan's dancing with destiny, and Nate is slowly developing some semblance of a storyline -- I'm clutching my pearls as we speak!

With that in mind, join us after the jump for the five biggest OMG moments of the episode -- I bet you can guess what took the top spot ...

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'Gossip Girl' Season Premiere Recap: Top 5 OMG Moments

by Laura Prudom, posted Sep 27th 2011 7:30AM
Blair Waldorf['Gossip Girl' - 'Yes Than Zero']

Another summer gone, another scandalous season of 'Gossip Girl' ahead, but many of last year's burning questions still remain unanswered: Who's carrying a little extra baby weight? Who is crazy cousin Charlie Ivy really? Will Chuck and Blair ever work things out? Will Nate finally get a storyline of his own?

Surprisingly, the Season 5 premiere sheds a little light on at least some of those quandaries, and for all the questions we don't get answered, there's a fabulous dress to distract us.

Still, we can always rely on 'GG' to provide an OMG moment or two, so hit the jump for our Top Five most gaspworthy moments from the first episode.

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'Gossip Girl' Season 4, Episode 18 Recap

by Laura Prudom, posted Apr 19th 2011 7:40AM
Blake Lively['Gossip Girl' - 'The Kids Stay in the Picture']

Welcome back, Gossips -- it's been a torturous six-week wait to see the outcome of the kiss heard round the world. And even after the episode premiered, those pesky 'Gossip Girl' writers were determined to tease us just a little more.

After the nefarious will-they-or-won't-they back and forth that preceded the steamy (we assume, since even that was hidden from us) "Dair" liplock before hiatus, once we returned, a whole new set of questions emerged, the most important of which was: Did they love it or hate it?

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