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But she is a remarkable talent and there is just sometimes you can't put things into words with connections or sparks or when you're acting with someone.
We've got the right pairing, I guess."Ahem, you hear that Prince Louis? Ed Is Prepared to Rip Louis Apart: Yes, there is a Blair-Louis wedding planned for the 100th episode, and Ed teases that he's fine with tackling the groom. Or [Louis] runs and he just trips when he's running down the aisle and it's just the most embarrassing moment of all time, and then he's going to go."The 100th Episode Is All About Chuck and Blair...
His one concern: "How do people even know you are there?
With Season 6 possibly wrapping up their love/hate love story (whether it'll be with a pretty bow is yet to be determined), we take a look back over every fate-driven moment of Chair’s complex love story. For two such classy people, gettin’ it on in the backseat is pretty out of character — even if it is the backseat of a limo.
Blair is determined to blaze her own path — but will Chuck still be waiting for her when she does? The Hora Blair gets busy planning a new life with Prince Louis of Monaco (Hugo Becker), which prompts some scary downward-spiral moments from Chuck.
The rejection Blair tells Chuck that she’s ready to begin their wheeling-and-dealing life together, but in true Basshole form, he effs it all up by intentionally humiliating Dan. Still, even the promise of a perfect fairy tale ending isn’t enough to keep Blair away from her dark prince.
After pleading with him for a good five minutes (I take your fan requests seriously, people!
Blair can appreciate a good scheme, but not when she’s the victim.
Season 4The Prince Ol’ Chuckles has a bit of a quarterlife crisis, reinventing himself as a simple barback named Henry Prince to win the heart of sweet Parisian peasant Eva.
But his billions soon beckon, and though he tries to bring Eva with him, ultimately she can’t hack it in his world — especially with Blair determined to take her down.
Chuck is more besotted than ever, but neither he nor Blair can bring themselves to be the first to admit that they’re in love.
The battle to force each other to say those infamous three words, eight letters becomes a game in itself — one they aren’t sure they can leave behind for a chance at a real relationship.