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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?Along the way he romanced Vanessa, Georgina, Olivia, got weirdly close with Blair, interned at Now: Penn Badgley certainly has shades of Dan in him: He was also too smart for high school (he started college at 14).Today, he continues to work in film - his most noted roles being in the underrated Then: As Blair's much put-upon maid/personal assistant/confidant/surrogate mother, Dorota dealt with the wrath of Waldorf often.
” as photographers jockeyed at the barricades, as though it were just another red carpet premiere.preferring to focus her attention on her band, The Pretty Reckless.Her character went on "indefinite hiatus" during the show's fourth season (as noted above), but did return for the grand finale.(Incidentally, among other projects, Blake Lively had two kids and starred in a shark movie and Leighton Meester appeared alongside Then: Blair and Serena were no doubt the Upper East Side's main attraction, but poor little rich boys Nate and Chuck made for fun sideshows (and, at times, sidepieces).Nate broke Blair's heart, and then had his heart broken by Serena, while Chuck bedded every model and wannabe socialite above 60 Then: Brooklyn rebel Jenny Humphrey never quite fit in with the UES crowd — but that didn't stop her from climbing all the way to the top of those Met steps.
After an ill-fated pregnancy, Blair and Chuck's ongoing love/hate relationship and the Prince's cold-as-ice post-ceremony confession — that he's only in it for the optics — the two quickly divorce, because not even the Grimaldis can stand in the way of the Bass. finds Chuck wounded on the street after a botched robbery and nurses him back to health, eventually taking him to Paris and then convincing him to return home to New York (where he even tries to shake his playboy identity with a new philanthropic persona).