Posted on Oct 12, 2011 Written by Graces

I have uploaded new promotional stills of Leighton Meester in “Gossip Girl” 5×05, The Fasting and the Furious to the gallery.

“The Fasting and the Furious” (TV-14, L) (HDTV)
YOM KIPPUR AT THE WALDORFS/ELIZABETH HURLEY GUEST STARS IN A MULTI-EPISODE ARC – In the midst of celebrating Yom Kippur with family and friends, Blair (Leighton Meester) and Louis (guest star Hugo Becker) find themselves in a power struggle with Louis’ family. Serena’s (Blake Lively) boss (guest star Michael Michele) puts Serena in the awkward position of choosing between her new job and her relationship with Dan (Penn Badgley). Diana (Hurley) prepares to debut the New York Spectator, but an unfortunate last-minute surprise delays the launch and Diana expects Nate (Chace Crawford) to do whatever it takes to save the day. Ed Westwick, Kaylee DeFer, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Joe Lazarov directed the episode written by Peter Elkoff (#505).

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Posted on Oct 4, 2011 Written by Graces

Blair’s (Leighton Meester) pregnant, and seemingly the only way for her to get the news out faster would be to buy a trending topic on Twitter.

In Monday’s (Oct. 3) episode, Ms. Waldorf takes to the town for a shopping trip with her future sister-in-law Beatrice (Roxane Mesquida). But the biggest problem isn’t getting to know the family, it’s keeping down the morning sickness…and then coming up with decent excuses.

Beatrice witnesses the frequent bathroom visits of the future princess and decides she has an eating disorder. But then she overhears Blair telling Dan (Penn Badgley) she’s preggers. That’s when things get really hairy.

While we still don’t know much about Beatrice, it’s becoming quickly obvious that she resents Louis and believes she’s more capable of being the next in line for the throne. We can fully expect that she’ll use Blair’s pregnancy secret against her in the coming weeks. Perhaps then we’ll find out if the father is Chuck (Ed Westwick) or Louis.

And then there’s Chuck, who is all but dead inside. Like Edward Norton’s character in “Fight Club,” Chuck can’t feel anything, can’t express an emotion and it’s going to lead to bad things – the first of which might be a punctured lung.

In other news, Serena (Blake Lively) is headed back to the friendly confines of the Upper East Side as that’s where her film job is going. And she’s taking Charlie/Ivy with her. Nate (Chace Crawford) and Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) are back in each other’s arms, and she’s up to something bad.

Did we mention something about Beatrice making out with a priest?

Uh Oh Uh Oh.

Source: WSJ

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