why wont you watch season 5 do you think there will be dair? (if so i will stop watch)
I’ve just lost interest in the show and what it’s become. I don’t care about dair or whatever, I hate the fact that it’s become “a thing” but that isn’t why I would stop watching. The writing is lazy, Blake Lively makes me want to punch myself in the face and I feel as if everyone involved with the show has given up and moved on to other things. It’s no longer character driven and the majority of what happens makes very little sense (to me, anyway). It’s all about scheming and shock value, which were things that made the show interesting in the first place, but now they’re exploiting those things and they’ve lost all of the nuances and the realistic aspects that initially made the show appealing. I really have no interest in watching Blair run around like a crazy person (wasting whatever acting talent Leighton has), watching Serena galavant around LA, or watching the boys do whatever it is they are doing. The show was great before because there was an element of envy involved, you wanted to live the lives of these people but now, I honestly wouldn’t want to be any of them. Maybe I just grew up and the show would be far more interesting to me if I were still 19. Who knows, maybe I will watch it, and if I do, I’ll let you know my thoughts.
“We have our core cast more together than they have been since season one,” explains Josh. “We only have like five or six people [in some episodes]. You see all of them [the regulars] in every episode.”—
“For me, the real surprise in the film is Leighton Meester. The first thing I saw her in was a small indie called “Inside,” and there was an open, approachable charm to her work there. I haven’t seen her TV work, but it feels to me like a waste to see her chained to a teenage soap opera, and I had sort of lost track of her as a result.”—Drew McWeeny’s review of The Oranges