Gossip Girl Season 2 Episode 2: Ending Explained.
The second season of “Gossip Girl” really plays out as an unintentional comedy. Of course, there was an expectation of absurdity and over-the-top drama, but we really can’t help but wonder why it feels that way. bored. When creators said they’d write a Gossip Girl reboot that better suited New York’s changing landscape, did they forget to consider that the content we consume has changed as well? The characters’ antics feel so dated, almost like 2012, that it’s a sharp twist from the first season. At least back then we still liked the characters, but right now they all feel so cartoony and unbearable, especially Zoya. This happens in “Gossip Girl” Season 2 Episode 2.
The Mess Before The Dinner
The debutant ball debacle of the first episode follows Julien with his face on social media and it’s becoming increasingly clear that he’s lost his social status at school. he speculated that the site had lost its relevance. That’s what prompted our sole manager, Kate Keller, to stretch out her claws. You cannot post the video of Camille de Haan that you received in the previous episode as it would suggest that she is a Gossip Girl thanks to the presence of Mike Shubin. So she tries to convince him to release a tip about Camille’s corruption, which could kill two birds with one stone. But Mike refuses. While she struggles to find a way, Monet de Haan has introduced a hierarchical system to the school with his dress codes and new rules. When asked, he replies that it was like this during his “period”. Luna has had enough and tells Julien he has to show him
Who is the queen if not for the sake of control then at least to get rid of it? Meanwhile, Audrey, Aki, and Max have devised an elaborate ruse to cover up their relationship. They tell Max he’s walking around town like he used to, but the problem is that he can only go as far as appearances because he’s staying true to his polyamorous status. We hope we worded it well. The three forge a plan. Max invited three of his friends to “get dirty” and Audrey and Aki burst into the room at just the right time to take the photos and send them to Gossip Girl to prove that Max didn’t go was “celibate.” We understand where they’re coming from, but isn’t that a violation of the consent of the other parties? For all character awakenings, this factor seemed like a convenient jump. Meanwhile, Obie is reluctant to return to his life and spends his years with Grace until she forces him to go back to school. But she spends the day playing games, which makes her angry. Roy Sachs, one of Max’s parents, also enlists Gideon’s help by pretending to be a bit conservative to land a landscaping contract for a park. He needs it from Iris Byron, the grandmother of Grace and a very old school. She’s made her peace with gay marriage, but she doesn’t approve of its extravagance or anything else. Gideon agrees to help Roy.
The Stage Is Set For The Chaos To Follow
Julien prepared the pieces to sabotage Monet’s party. Reporters tend to ask questions about world affairs rather than pop culture, Monet is generally overwhelmed, and Julien seems the sanest. Elsewhere, Dinner at Barnes is a disaster as they pretend to live a lifestyle below their standing to appease Nick Lott. It was a patronizing move under the guise of good intentions, something Zoya couldn’t see, which caused her to get angry at her father instead. But she sees a modicum of reason when Shah’s mother tells her how they could have been wrong.
What Happens At The Dinner Party And With Julien And Monet?
As for Julien and Monet, the former successfully foiled the latter’s plans. In her own words, this will allow her to “check her power trip without being blamed.” But of course, Gossip Girl doesn’t let things go. He posts the photos of Julien sabotaging the party and all hell breaks lose. Monet tells Julien that it is nothing short of a war and that Julien cannot get away with it. But she couldn’t be less interested; Therefore, when Julien walks away, Monet purposely falls back into the pool, making it appear as if Julien pushed her. Irises in the dining room. Over time, the three people come downstairs with Max only in their underwear. Yes, even we couldn’t stand how ridiculous it was.
As the comedy of errors intensifies and Kiki Hope joins in, Iris makes some nasty remarks that cause Aki and Audrey to jump to Max’s defense, and the whole truth is revealed. Roy tells him he’s not willing to work for someone so narrow-minded. Afterward, Kiki announces her support for the polyamorous couple and sends the news of their relationship to Gossip Girl. Another thing that happens in Gossip Girl Season 2 Episode 2 is that Kate and Mike arrive at the principal’s party where they confront her about taking bribes from Camille. She does not contest these allegations and demands that they disclose the facts of the matter so that she can finally be free. Kate does just that and Principal Burton is fired by Constance. Mike is concerned about this move because he believes it will pave the way for someone else like her to take her place without offering any real solution to the problem. But this season is about the so-called wars, and Kate replies that the casualties are imminent. So this episode ends in a new mess from hell.
What To Expect From The Coming Episodes?
We would say more about the “war” between Julien and Monet. Now that the polyamorous couple’s mystery has been revealed, it would be interesting to see how they navigate the new social landscape. And why is Zoya getting so irritating? The writers really need to renew his character because even Julien isn’t that well-written anymore. Seriously, what does it mean to be authentic?
What’s wrong with her? The characters’ clarity is fading, and the only one we have some understanding of is diabetic sweet Grace Byron. Let’s hope the next installments add some substance to the series.