Gossip girl, Warner Bros. Television ; Alloy Entertainment, The complete third season
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • Gossip girl, Warner Bros. Television ; Alloy Entertainment, The complete third season
Main title
  • Gossip girl
Responsibility statement
  • Warner Bros. Television ; Alloy Entertainment
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Our beloved Upper East Siders, all grown up. Though high school may be behind most of them, you can be sure a future of love, scandal, and, of course, secrets awaits. Told through the eyes of an all-knowing blogger, Gossip Girl, who, via constant, avidly read text messages, is determined to uncover and fuel every scandal possible on Manhattan's Upper East Side, where gossip rules and affluent young people find themselves with the money, access, and appetite to explore
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  • videorecording
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  • MPAA rating: Not rated
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  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 702173377
Runtime
  • 930
Table of contents
  • Reversals of fortune -- The freshman -- The lost boy -- Dan de Fleurette -- Rufus getting married -- Enough about Eve -- How to succeed in Bassness -- The grandfather, part 2 -- They shoot Humphreys, don't they? -- The last days of disco stick -- The treasure of Serena Madre -- The debarted -- The hurt locket -- The lady vanished -- The sixteen year old virgin -- The empire strikes Jack -- Inglorious Bassterds -- The unblairable lightness of being -- Dr. Estrangeloved -- It's a dad, dad, dad, dad world -- Ex-husbands and wives -- Last tango, then Paris
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  • live action
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