Plus 2 because this is partly true, especially in that it reflects Chuck’s limited knowledge of the minds of bitchy women.
In reality, the reason Blair is acting like a bitch is that she feels like Serena is an unstable mess, and, as Blair matures, is overall not good enough to be her friend anymore. • Vanessa would totally have scruples about the video. Did you notice that as she went back to old, not-conniving Vanessa, her hair shrank back to normal proportions?
History's Most Influential Drug (air date: 2016-04-07) Craig is joined by guests actress Maria Bello, comedian Derek Waters, and professor David Eisenbach as they debate and discuss history's most influential drug.
History's Biggest Fall From Grace (air date: 2016-04-14) Craig is joined by guests Jay Leno, comedian Mark Forward, and PR guru Howard Bragman as they debate and discuss history's biggest fall from grace.
History's Worst Medical Advice (air date: 2016-02-18) Host Craig Ferguson is joined by guests Chris Hardwick, comedian Jordan Carlos, and Scientist Bob Pflugfelder as they debate and discuss history's worst medical advice.
History's Biggest Frenemies (air date: 2016-02-25) Host Craig Ferguson is joined by guests Courtney Cox, comedian Dan Soder and author/comedian Michael Ian Black as they debate and discuss history's biggest frenemies.
Plus 2, one for the reality of the , and another for the view that came with the undies.
• Speaking of which, how funny was it that when Dan slept over in Olivia’s room, she was fully clothed and he was naked? • Chuck says the real reason that Blair is acting like a bitch is because she misses Serena.
,” which tells fans if they’re Chris Pratt, Chris Pine, Chris Hemsworth, or Chris Evans.History's Greatest Invention Since 1950 (air date: 2016-03-24) Craig is joined by guests musician Trace Adkins, actress Kate Flannery, and entrepreneur Lori Greiner as they debate and discuss history's greatest invention since 1950.History's Most Influential Band (air date: 2016-03-31) Craig is joined by guests musician Lars Ulrich, comedian Tom Papa, and journalist Alan Light as they debate and discuss history's most influential band.Serena and Blair are at each other’s throats in a way they haven’t been since the first season. We don’t actually remember, but that’s fine, whatever it was is a red herring.The hatred these two feel for one another is so passionate, it nearly resembles love, as evidenced by the way Serena spontaneously pushes Blair face-first into a cake and the powerful shot at the end wherein Blair comes out of the hotel for no other reason than to make Meaningful Eye Contact with Serena before turning on her heel and storming away in a gesture that’s meant to signify how far they’ve grown apart.