Ben Wyatt in Fluoride and The Cones of Dunshire
Chuck pushes down the strap of Blair’s dress.
Dan fixes it.
This is the most metaphorical and deep GG post I have ever seen. <3
WTH!?!?!?!?! I still can’t understand the ending of this show. They are clearly saying that Dan fixed everything that Chuck broke inside Blair. God help me.
“What works with Dan and Blair becoming so close is how wonderfully each complements the other. Chemistry between characters is a magical thing and impossible to predict. Some claim to see chemistry between Blair and Chuck, but I’ve never been able to detect any. Perhaps this is due to my being older than the show’s target audience. Perhaps their magic is undetectable by anyone old enough to have a healthy adult relationship. But for me—and I’m hardly alone in this—both Dan and Blair became more interesting characters as they began to spend time together. Unlike Blair and Chuck, who only have their dysfunction to keep them together, Dan and Blair’s ongoing friendship is grounded upon their love of film, art, and books, and, of course, conversation. No two characters on television are as much fun to listen to as Blair and Dan. If Blair and Chuck’s scenes feel like they come off the pages of really bad romance novels, Dan and Blair remind one more of Howard Hawks’s screwball comedies or Nick and Nora Charles in the Thin Man movies.” - TV Highpoints and Lowpoints, July 2011
Giles and Buffy in the car - “Innocence” (S2E14)
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