6.08 It’s Really Complicated – SYNOPSIS

AND LET THERE BE THANKS — Serena (Blake Lively) and Dan (Penn Badgley) decide to throw their first Thanksgiving together, inviting only their closest friends, but everyone seems to have their own agenda for attending. Feeling defeated by his father (guest star Robert John Burke), Chuck (Ed Westwick) begins a downward spiral, leaving Blair (Leighton Meester) to find a solution to his problems. Meanwhile, Dan has written his latest exposé, but he must make a tough decision whether to publish it, knowing it could destroy a close friendship. Chace Crawford, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Barry Watson and Sofia Black-D’Elia guest star. John Stephens directed the episode written by Jake Coburn.

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5 thoughts on “6.08 It’s Really Complicated – SYNOPSIS

  1. Chair_fan says:

    great!! a downward spiral is exactly what we needed… -.-

  2. Aline says:

    What close friendship? dan and blair? omg I just cant stand Dan anymore, please make him die!

    • `toomuchpurple says:

      Nope, I think as “close” friendships they mean all the other characters on the show lol. It’s an exaggerate term for some of them.

      • Laura says:

        what does “downward spiral” really means?i am not english,therefore i don’t know the colloquial language

      • `toomuchpurple says:

        It means that his life will go wrong. Not necessarily ‘depressed’, just that he will live a tough period because of Bart. It’s the same as “falling off the wagon”, fall ‘down’ and spiral {fall} until you hit rock bottom. An example of one of Chucks downyard spirals is ep 420 or 214.

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