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Gossip Girl Podcast: "The Princess and the Frog"

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We had plenty to debate about this week's Gossip Girl. Has Chuck hit bottom? When was the last time we saw him so... rapey? Can someone get Serena a hobby? Why does Serena sometimes morph into her evil twin for no apparent reason? Does Vanessa just accidentally end up in the same bookstore as Dan, or is she actively stalking him? Why do they keep calling Louis French if he's from Monaco, which is an independent state? What happened to Blair's hair? Why would Charlie set her sights on Dan, not Nate? And who the hell names their band "Panic"? All that, plus, a discourse on the between-the-sheets potential of the Princes Harry and William!

Listen to our Gossip Girl podcast for "The Princess and the Frog" and tell us what you think in the comments!

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I guess in English the pronunciation is something like "mon-a-gask" or "mon-é-gask". Not completely sure about this one...

Thanks, Sophoia! I love that our listeners know things like what one calls a person from Monaco. Now, how the heck do you pronounce "Monegasque?

Hi girls, nice podcast as usual.

So a person who lives in Monaco is called a Monegasque and Monaco is a city state. It is completely independent.

And as one of your French fan, yes it is kind of insulting to be called a frog...

When it come to the episode itself, I couldn't stand Serena, as usual. The writers should just write her character off already...!!!

Can't wait for your next podcast !

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