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Or maybe that's just me and everyone else has already given up on the scandalous Upper East Siders, but I still have a soft spot for it despite despairing of its many ridiculous plot lines and openly laughing at the dramatic death scene we saw last week.

It's definitely time for the show to end, but I'm still feeling a little nostalgic remembering all the good times.

But, these uptown-outer borough relationships sometimes do work.

And we hope that it does work and work it real good.

They have a secret love child that neither of them seem to care about, and she left him for the back-from-the-fake-dead-but-maybe-really-dead-now snake Bart Bass (who "died" the night she was already leaving him for Rufus) yet I somehow still think (and hope) we'll see the Van Der Humphreys reunited tonight.

The most important building block to any great on-screen couple is chemistry, that certain intangible energy between two people that makes us, the viewer, get lost in the moment and wrapped up in their storyline.

Well, we'll keep our fingers crossed that these actors got more into character (and into each other) than expected and publicly confirm their relationship with a statement or two! For those who are only coming to the painful realisation that Chuck Bass was never real, he’s probably not going to marry Blair Waldorf, he was actually born in Britain and his real name is Ed Westwick, here’s another delightful little spanner: Ed from Britain has a new girlfriend. (I say because did you know he once dated Vanessa – yes, of Gossip Girl, poor-girl Brooklyn fame – for almost the entire filming run of the show?) This new girlfriend’s name is Jessica Michél Serfaty and her Instagram bio says something along the lines of: “I prefer French toast because regular toast is uneducated and hates democracy.” I like it.And while great actors can create that chemistry, sometimes it just comes naturally.Sometimes two actors not only hook-up on screen, but that chemistry carries over into their everyday life.instead, it would have been entertaining on purpose instead of by accident. Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester have so much chemistry my TV screen melts a little each time they are on it. Blair could maybe get past his Brooklyn upbringing, but the most polished woman alive would never truly fall for someone with such unkempt hair.