Chace Crawford will miss his "therapists" when Gossip Girl ends. The 27-year-old actor is sad to be saying goodbye to the rest of the cast and crew on the show when the season ends, and will be particularly unhappy to lose his hair and make-up team as they had become his confidantes as he spent so much time with them.
"I saw them for, like, an hour everyday. I talked to them about my life problems. Some were like a therapist. I'm gonna miss those girls," he said.
Although the show hasn't yet finished filming its final season, Chace already knows what he wants to take away from the set as a memento of his time on the hit drama series: "I would take some of those suits my character wears if I could. I'm gonna try and steal some badass ashtrays, if I can fit them in my coat pocket."
And Chace thinks that five years playing Nate Archibald has made him lose his dignity because of the situations his character has been in. "I'm gonna look for my dignity. My dignity is somewhere on set. I think it happened around season two. Leading into season three, it was all out the window," he said.
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday:
- 90210 (Season 2)
- Ax Men (Season 3)
- Ben 10 Alien Force (Volume 8)
- Clash of the Dinosaurs (Mini-series)
- Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan (Season 4, Vol. 2)
- Flight of the Conchords (Complete Collection)
- Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Part 2)
- Gangland (Season 5)
- Ghost Hunters International (Season 1, Part 2)
- Gossip Girl (Season 3)
- Lost (Final Season, Complete Collection)
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“I’m not ignorant to the fact that part of the reason why the show’s popular and part of the reason [why] people want to see it is to be like, ‘Oh, novelty boy! Hot boy! Pretty boy!’ And that’s all fine and good. It is what it is.”
-Chace Crawford recognizing why many people love watching Gossip Girl.
(Make sure to check out our other notable quotes.)
With the premiere of Gossip Girl only days away, it’s now time to get everyone up to speed.
If you’re not currently a fan - or if you’re a bit hazy on last season’s details - you can find a very quick recap after the jump. If you already know the difference between a Waldorf, a Humphrey and a Bass, you can just focus on the first five minutes of Season Two below.
(NOTE: We’re already getting our first glimpse of Nate’s new cougar!)
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Collection 3)
- Bleach (uncut) (Season 2)
- Camp Rock (Extended Rock Star Edition)
- Dana Carvey: Squatting Monkeys Tell No Lies
- Dexter (Season 2)
- Gossip Girl (Season 1)
- House (Season 4)
- Married…with Children (Season 9)
- Orangutan Island (Season 1)
- Perry Mason (Season 3, Vol. 1)
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Were you one of those bothered by Gossip Girl’s last promotional campaign? Well, then you should know that the producers have been taking in all the comments. In fact, they were nice enough to incorporate some of them into their newest print ads.
You can view two more juicy scenes after the jump.
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When we last left Gossip Girl, Nate - whose brief romance with Vanessa had just ended - was seen bonding again with Serena. Was this an indication that the two former lovers were going to reunite, or would they eventually find themselves back together with Blair and Dan?
While the outlook is still unclear for Miss van der Woodsen (Blake Lively), it looks like Mr. Archibald (Chace Crawford) will have soon have another woman enter the picture—and this one will come in the form of a cougar. According to E!, Madchen Amick (Twin Peaks) will be heavily involved in Nate’s world. She’ll also have some “surprising connection” to another new player on the show. I’m sure the Gossip Girl’s thumbs are all atwitter now.
You can look for Amick to begin her several episode-arc starting September 1.
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This is one of two ads being used to promote Gossip Girl‘s return to the CW. (The show will start airing new episodes starting April 21.)
Don’t freak out. This shot of Serena and Nate is from the drama’s pilot. Another ad will focus on Blair and Chuck.
What do you think? Is this campaign taking things a bit too far? Or is it just tantalizing enough to make people want to watch?
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