I would love you forever if you could uncover any sign of when Chuck and Blair actually interact on this season of Gossip Girl. Will she tell him she’s pregnant any time soon? — Emily
I have uncovered. And yes.
Please, please, please give us some Chuck/Blair news! Or just a hint of how Chuck reacts to Blair’s pregnancy? #GG — @l0lliver
If I tell you about his reaction, it will definitely give away an important part of this plotline, so I can’t say what happens specifically. But you’ll be talking about it the day after. Believe. Me. And don’t forget to send me your reactions! email@example.com
Do you know when we are going to see this Chuck/Blair/Louis triangle [Josh] Safran keeps talking about? There hasn’t been a Chair scene. — @wrightst3
The important thing is that there will be a Chair scene this season… and it will happen very soon. But I don’t think that sets this whole thing in motion as much as the great scene between Chuck and Louis will. (Note: The season’s first Chair scene and the aforementioned caucus of well-dressed gentlemen are not in the same ep.)
We know that Blair is going to try to keep the pregnancy a secret, but can we get some scoop on just how long she will be able to keep it from everyone? My guess is not too long. Thank you. — Melissa
Your guess would be correcto. In fact, three very important people learn the news next week. One could be someone mentioned above.
What the Duck is going on with Chuck and Dan? Is Duck the new Date? #gossipgirl — @simplecrazy8810
By the end of ep. 4, let’s just say Duck is on much better terms than Date after one half of Date gets his feelings hurt. I hate
lover’s (?) quarrels.
I need some Klaine scoop more than I need the basic necessities of life. Help a girl out! – Rebecca
Let’s not be over-dramatic here, Becs. Think about it: If you gave up, say, oxygen, you’d be a goner before you could enjoy this tidbit from Chris Colfer that EW’s Lanford Beard scooped up over the weekend during The New Yorker Festival. Specifically, Colfer talked about Sebastian, the just-cast character who is rumored to come between Kurt and Blaine. “Finally, [you see] a lot of development with them and this Sebastian character,” he said. Of Grant Gustin, who plays Sebastian, Colfer also begged the audience, “Don’t be mean to Grant. It’s not his fault!” Personally, I’m not too worried about someone coming between these two permanently. And by the sounds of it, neither is Colfer. “After this next script, I’ve never loved Kurt and Blaine more. They’re a modern version of Lucy and Ricky — obviously I’m Lucy.”
Glad you asked. Last night at I was lucky enough to go to the show’s Fan Appreciation Day at Ziegfeld Theater (look for a full run-down of the fun later today!) and creator Steve Franks dropped intel on the season 6 finale, titled “Neal Simon’s Lovers Retreat.” Apparently, the episode finds Shawn and Juliet taking a trip — and they “have to leave Gus behind.” NO! BROS BEFORE… well, you know the phrase. And here’s a bit of trivia about the ep: It also happens to be the most expensive episode of Psych ever.
Psychnews would make my day! Pretty please with pineapples on top! – Nic
Am I the only one left watching The Ringer? Haven’t seen any requests for scoop! – Deb
May I assume this is one? No time to answer, I will. An upcoming episode is going to introduce us to Dr. Anabel, Bridget’s therapist. Stage actress Merle Dandridge has been cast in the possible recurring role. Also, can we just take a minute to reflect on how much “Dr. Anabel” reminds us of “Dr. Bobby” from Friends? Anyone? Just me? Okay.
(James Hibberd, Lanford Beard, and Erin Strecker contributed to this column.)