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Who Performed It Best

About the show

  • Schedule
  • Mondays, 9 p.m.
  • The CW
  • Creators
  • Josh Schwartz
  • Stephanie Savage
  • Based on the novels by Cecily von Ziegesar
  • Executive Producer
  • Josh Schwartz
  • Stephanie Savage
  • Leslie Morgenstein
  • Bob Levy
  • Joshua Safran
  • Debut
  • September 19, 2007

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Ep.04 - Portrait of a Lady Alexander

The mothers of Gossip Girl are flighty and self-absorbed, but it's the fathers who have left the deepest scars on our Upper East Siders.

Ep.23 - The Fugitives

In the second-to-last episode of the second-to-last (we think?) season of the Greatest Show of Our Time, everyone had a plan.

Ep.06 - Enough About Eve

What was true to life about this episode, and what struck us as faker than a Photoshop of a politician holding a giant cherry-red bong?

Ep.04 - Dan de Fleurette

For the first time this season, we found ourselves actually listening to what Gossip Girl herself was saying, and were happy to see that she had a role to play.

Ep.23 - The Wrath of Con

This week's episode of the Greatest Show of Our Time imparted several important lessons.

Ep.20 - Remains of the J

If a woman has thousands of dollars worth of hair extensions and doesn't make an effort to groom them, do they really exist?

Ep.11 - The Magnificent Archibalds

It's Thanksgiving already! And there's lots to be thankful for in our weekly 'Gossip Girl' recap.

Ep.15 - Desperately Seeking Serena

In which Michelle Trachtenberg is the Marcia Cross of the Greatest Show of Our Time, returning from a mysterious absence to ruin everything and everyone.

Ep.11 - Roman Holiday

Our mind-shatteringly detailed guide to what in this week's episode of Gossip Girl could pass for real-life New York experience, what seemed kinda fake, and what really put the "Jesus Christ" back in our Christmas.

Ep.02 - The Wild Brunch

In case you forgot, on the second episode of Gossip Girl, otherwise known as Statutory Rape in the City, the anonymous narrator really drums it in that this show is based in Manhattan, more specifically Upper East Side.