It's definitely time for the show to end, but I'm still feeling a little nostalgic remembering all the good times.
Dan Humphrey is the son of rock musician Rufus Humphrey and artist Alison Humphrey, and is the older brother of Jenny Humphrey. Jude’s School for Boys with eventual friends Chuck Bass and Nate Archibald.
Although accepted to Yale, he ends up attending NYU.
Since just about everyone on the show has hooked up at one point it was hard to keep this from becoming a novel, but here's our condensed list of the couples that worked, and the couples that should have been banned from Manhattan.
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.
I have no problem saying those three words, eight letters to these two. From their insanely hot first hookup in a limo to what looks to be their wedding in the finale tonight, they are the King and Queen B. Could a normal relationship withstand an attempt to sell the girlfriend for a hotel, a pregnancy and marriage to another (royal) guy, a near-death car accident, approximately 8 million breakups and 9 billion revenge hookups? But the love between the bespoke-purple-suited Chuck and crowned-by-headband Blair is not for mere mortals. Best: Rufus and Lily How can a couple that makes no sense at all still make so much sense?