Another week, another Gossip Girl episode. We had begun to think that the series still had room for some campy fun with Episodes 5 and 6. But after watching a weak seventh episode of Gossip Girl Season 2, we’re worn out and don’t think we want to try any more. It was nothing more than a predetermined formula in which various disagreements were resolved by yet another party. Additionally, trying to keep things straightforward is one thing, but insulting your audience’s intelligence is quite another. Monet and Kiki Hope are two of the episode’s main plot points. One was the entire erasure of character development, and the other was the presumption that the audience was simply unaware of how to give someone credit they deserve. Even the creators of the show appear to be aware that they are treading carefully, which is why they have attempted to revive some of the classic Gossip Girl tropes. Georgina correctly referred to Julien and Audrey as Serena and Blair, which was a great moment for us. She unintentionally captures how we feel about the season as a whole—basic. But before we do that, let’s look at everything that happened in Episode 7 of Gossip Girl Season 2.
Everything Leading Up To The Luncheon
Are there really as many parties on the Upper East Side as what Gossip Girl portrays? Kiki Hope is organising a launch party for her new collection, which will mark her return. Audrey hides the fact that her father and his girlfriend are in the city from her in order to maintain her excitement. After they depart, she intends to meet with them and inform her mother. She invites Julien, Aki, and Max to join her for lunch in the interim. However, when Julien becomes overly defensive and starts criticising Will, things start to go awry. Jessica tries to clarify the air when she excuses herself by stating that they just started dating after Will’s divorce from his wife. To Max’s dismay, Will does not appear to be particularly interested in the drama that is taking place or to like the young man. Later, when she wants to apologise for what happened to Kiki, Jessica asks Julien if she can use her Stop the Story option.
Kate is under danger by Georgina Sparks to add more drama to Gossip Girl, whether it be fictional or real. When she notices Julien and Audrey arguing, she realises there is a way out of her predicament. Since Audrey has claimed responsibility for Stop the Story, she writes two different, false tales about it. The first is a made-up email that claims Julien was aware of Will and Jessica but kept it a secret from her buddy. After starting the argument, she takes a seat and muses over what to do next. But when Jessica insistences on being in Stop the Story, things only become worse with Julien. In her opinion, it might be advantageous for both Kiki and their friendship. The situation changes, though, as Jessica tries to claim credit for Kiki’s designs after apologising for the relationship. Unbeknownst to Julien, Jessica had secretly recorded and uploaded a video of their whole exchange on a different camera. This furthers the friendship’s gap, and Audrey asks her to refrain from interfering for a while. But being Julien, he doesn’t pay attention. In the midst of it all, Zoya methodically peruses some of Monet’s other writings and his social media accounts. She delivers some sweets to her home as a token of gratitude. However, Monet continues to be callous. Camille de Haan accepts them nonetheless and invites Zoya to the luncheon. Zoya first has her doubts, but Julien persuades her to give Camille a chance, so she decides to go. Regarding the others, Obie devises a new strategy to bring his mother to justice while Max urgently tries to win Will over. He and his sister believe they can make some amends if they can get the information out through Gossip Girl before his mother departs for Germany. Heidi concurs, but they are unaware that GG has more pressing concerns.
Season 2, Episode 7: Ending Explained Does Georgina Quit Gossip Girl?
Georgina organised her plans for the luncheon. She is using Jordan as leverage to put Aki and Julien in a precarious situation so that Audrey and Julien may fight. The illicit relationship that has been promised must be made public. However, Kate will stop at nothing to avoid that. She disregards Obie’s communications as she comes up with a backup plan, and they are unable to stop his mother from leaving the country. In regards to Zoya, she discovers that Camille invited her not because of her promising future but rather to make her daughter envious and put her in her place. Because Monet is incensed by her mother hugging Zoya, her game succeeds. She informs Gossip Girl of the rumour that Zoya had spent the night with someone. When Jessica unexpectedly appears in a dress similar to the one Julien is planning to wear to showcase Kiki’s clothing, Audrey tries to stop her, but the outcome is a major snafu where Jessica ends up taking all the credit. Will’s daughter is dismayed to see this cruel side of him, and Max honestly admits that he regrets trying to win Will’s approval.
In their argument, Audrey accuses Julien’s friend of interfering too much and spoiling everything. Julien is understandably devastated, but finds solace in Obie. They end up spending the night together as they talk about their histories. To fulfil the promise of the affair, Kate shares a photo of herself and Jordan sharing a kiss on social media. Georgina decides to permanently stay away from Gossip Girl because she finds the idea of reporting on teachers repulsive. However, not before she denounces Monet for attempting to humiliate Zoya. She causes more destruction in her wake than just this. When Georgina reveals that they shared a bed, Kate is about to tell Jordan how she feels. Kate wants to utilise the stage to unleash her destructive instincts, which for some reason always surface after experiencing heartbreak. She and Obie are working together once more, and everything is in disarray.
What To Expect From Episode 8 Of Gossip Girl Season 2?
After Audrey gave them a reality check, Zoya and Julien are both experiencing a lot of loneliness. We might witness them together once more to support one another. Some wrongs need to be righted so that Kiki’s credit can be given to her again, and Obie just might succeed in bringing the justice he is so desperately seeking. We are hopeful that anything develops with Luna’s new love interest. We don’t really want to expect anything from Monet because she has been unmasked and her entire character development has been thrown out the window. In order to save his life, Nick might take action, while Kate might finally admit her emotions for Jordan. In actuality, we are only enthused about the final component because the others will most likely be handled by a third party. May they all start dressing better so that we can get the fashion moments we’ve been seeking since the tale lacks any zing? What exactly was the purpose of this reboot, then? In either case, we’ll just have to wait another week to see another forgettable episode.