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In It's a Wonderful Lie, Aaron's ex Lexi comes to town.
She takes an instant liking to Dan, and convinces him to take her as his date to the Snowflake Ball.
Afterwards, he asks her to go celebrate the success with him but she turns him down after telling him she isn't dating at the moment.
He tells her that if she can figure out the meaning behind Cecil the Caterpillar, he'll go out with her.
He gives up after seeing her with Nate, and he dates Serena for two weeks, although he ultimately breaks up with her after she wears a shirt proclaiming her love for him in a fashion show.
ended its six-year run with "New York, I Love You XOXO," an epic final filled with romance, cameos and big reveals, like the identity of Gossip Girl.Were Dan (Penn Badgley) and Serena (Blake Lively) meant to be? Plus, a star from Chair Happily Ever After: The episode picks up with Chuck and Blair running off after his father, Bart, fell to his death.Sorry, dude, but we're hoping your second brush with death actually sticks. The cops are looking for the duo and their friends and family are covering for them. ) Chuck and Blair meet up with his Uncle Jack (Desmond Harrington, as creepily awesome as ever) and Chuck admits he didn't help his father. "I don't feel guilty, but it doesn't mean that I'm not," Chuck says. You said you never wanted us to be boring; we definitely aren't now," Blair says to Chuck, referencing his infamous season-two speech.He invites her to go to Buenos Aires with him over the holidays, and she eventually agrees to go. In In the Realm of the Basses, Serena reveals to Dan that she broke up with Aaron on the plane, soon after they took off.
He attends Cyrus and Eleanor Waldorf's wedding with her and then they leave for Buenos Aires (O Brother, Where Bart Thou? Sure, the show has had its ups and downs, but isn't that part of its charm?So did Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester) end up together?However, an aptitude test he took in high school indicated he should pursue a career in performing arts.