Gossip Girl - Season 6 (DVD)
Gossip Girl's 6th and final season was initially aired on US TV from October to December 2012. This season consisted only of 10 episodes due to falling ratings although episodes 9 and 10 of this season brought viewer numbers back over 1 million with the none of the preceding 8 episodes reaching higher than 950,000 viewers. As with ... previous seasons this season's storylines were based on a series of best selling novels of the same name written by Cecily Von Ziegesar.
~SYNOPSIS OF THE SEASON~
Season 6 starts off with some of our Upper East Siders out hunting for a missing Serena only to find she's living with an older man and calling herself Sabrina. Blair, Chuck, Nate and Dan along with a reluctant Georgina try to persuade her to come home and be herself. She returns home and continues her relationship with Stephen only to find out he has a 17 year old daughter who's been sleeping with Nate. Sage is like Blair and Serena rolled into one at that age and does all she can to destroy her father's relationship with Serena including causing mayhem at Blair's first fashion show as Blair is now running Waldorf Designs as her mother has taken early retirement. Chuck is in the battle of his life to get his empire back from a family member he thought was long gone. Rufus is in a new relationship just as Lily is back in an old one. Will any of our main characters end up with the person they love the most or are they destined to be alone or with the wrong person?
~ANALYSIS AND CHARACTERS~
Each episode of this season starts as with episodes in most other seasons with a brief summary of what happened in the last episode and Gossip Girl saying "And who am I? That's one secret I'll never tell. You know you love me. XOXO... Gossip Girl."
Being the final season, all storylines needed to be wrapped up in the 10 episodes. I felt some of the storylines were nicely wrapped up and some were quite rushed. In the final episode the identity of Gossip Girl is revealed and even though it should have been obvious who it was, it was a shame it was that person due to them being a fairly obvious choice. Looking back at previous seasons, some things made sense about Gossip Girl revealing information about things that positively impacted on Gossip Girl but some things didn't make sense such as things that were extremely negative and damaging to that particular person. It was also evident why the real Gossip Girl went on a hiatus for a few months in the previous season after a tragic event leaving the site in the hands temporarily of 2 other characters. Obviously due to the fact that two cast members were temporary "Gossip Girls" it was obvious that they weren't the real Gossip Girl and anyone following the show to the end to find out who Gossip Girl was would have had less suspects to "suspect".
Blair (Leighton Meester) and Serena (Blake Lively) continue their sparring throughout this last season and to say it gets boring is putting it mildly.
Meester looked rather ridiculous in one scene as she turned up at Chuck's penthouse wearing what could only be classed as a cross between a stripper and a Pocahontas outfit. Aside from that she looks beautiful, classy and elegant throughout the 10 episodes in her Audrey Hepburn inspired chic outfits.
Serena's character seems to have matured at long last as she isn't sleeping around with every millionaire in sight this season and is somewhat more focussed where her love life is concerned. Who she ends up with is a bit disappointing though as I hoped they would have given her character a different ending.
Chuck (Ed Westwick) spends much of this season plotting and scheming to get Bass Industries back and his attempts are only sidetracked here and there by Blair trying to help but sometimes being more of a hindrance. Westwick continues to be one of the best actors in the show.
Nate foolishly does something which could see him following in his father's footsteps and ending up in prison but is he clever enough to get out of the situation without falling prey to every schemer that wants to use this gullible young man? Nate spends much of the season with a younger woman, a teenager actually and her immaturity is a good match for not so bright Nate, in fact, she's probably much smarter than him!
Dan has been writing all summer under the strict supervision of Georgina Sparks and he starts releasing chapters in the press on a weekly basis causing all sorts of hurt and upset amongst his family and friends as this time he has used people's actual names.
Some of the more bizarre storylines include someone inviting their ex and current lover to Thanksgiving. When you're really trying to make a go of a relationship and want it to last the distance why would you invite your ex to dinner? Another strange storyline is someone forgiving someone from the past and going back to them especially when it means being estranged from everyone else you love and that previous love having treated you badly in the past. Some characters seem to be easily bought off by expensive gifts...
Michelle Trachtenberg appeared for pretty much the whole of this season as trouble-making Georgina Sparks and her character was deliciously naughty and seemed to switch allegiances this season which was an interesting development. Her acting was probably the best alongside Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick.
One of the things I noticed which was a niggle for me quite a bit during all seasons of Gossip Girl was the fact that our characters send each other text messages often which are meant only for the recipient's eyes yet other characters are often next to a phone when it bleeps to say a message has arrived and the message shows up on the screen. I'm fairly sure if your phone is password protected (which most people with any common sense would have especially with phone theft so rife) the message wouldn't be visible until you actually open the message. It was also amazing how often characters' phone do actually get swiped by other characters to read their messages yet they never learn their lessons. There's also a running theme throughout the show about a safe which has the same combination and everyone seems to randomly "break" into it, even when the safe is passed from one person to another permanently! I'll tell you now if you want to break into it, it's Chuck's mother's birthday *LOL*!
It was good to see the return of Yin Chang as Nelly Yuki in this season as she was once one of Blair's very put upon "minions" during school and Blair highly resented her getting a place at Yale. She's back as a reporter for Women's Wear Daily much to Blair's dismay as she has to "try" to be nice to her to get a good review of her clothing line now she's running the family business. Nelly is not one to be trifled with now as she's confident and graduated from Yale early to become a reporter, although I found the power she supposedly has as a 22 year old quite unrealistic. This does actually seem to be a running theme in the show; Chuck Bass was running hotels at the age of 17 and Nate was running a major media publication at the age of 20 - all of which seemed to happen before these guys graduate from university - none of this really happens that often in real life, but hey, it's entertainment, one just has to go with it, along with the inexplicable way people speak to their juniors in the workplace on this show. People in real life don't tell an intern to go out and get a major movie deal for them or lose their job or the majority of work related scenarios that have taken place on this show over the years. You need to check reality in at the door when watching this show and just go with it...
It was nice to see some of the older cast members having a bit more exposure in this season rather than the focus being just on the younger cast members jumping back and forth between the same on again off again relationships (which does actually also happen) but at least there was room for storylines including the older characters although they didn't end up with the people I expected them to in pretty much all of their cases.
Although Gossip Girl won many awards during its 6 year stint, sadly it didn't win any awards for the last season, although it was nominated for a couple of Teen Choice Awards and a People's Choice Award in 2013.
Kirsten Bell appears as herself (having been the narrator of Gossip Girl throughout the six seasons).
Michael Bloomberg, Alexa Chung, Rachel Bilson and Lisa Loeb also appear as themselves in brief appearances.
Other guest stars include Sofia Black D'Elia, Tamara Feldman, Andrea Gabriel, Barry Watson, Desmond Harrington and Robert John Burke.
Blair: You're the Queen of Constance. And I know there's a secret society of the monarchs... of the 5 most powerful private schools in Manhattan. I know because I created it.
Blair: I want a meeting. With the heads of the Five Families.
Blair: When did the Queens start calling themselves Don?
Sage: Well, everyone loves a crown, but when it comes to power? The mob totally trumps the monarchy.
Dorota: It take honest communication to turn Vanya from boy to man... in bedroom.
Blair: I'm gonna need another drink to forget I just heard that.
Blair: XXXX XXXX (anonymous due to being a spoiler) may have been able to fool the FBI but he's never had to face off against Blair Waldorf and her bitches.
Dorota (about Serena to Blair): I heard Marc Jacobs named a purse after her.
And the subtitle gaff of the series goes to this one:
What the character says: I just got off the phone with his secretary.
What the subtitle reads: I just got off with his secretary.
The sixth and final season of Gossip Girl contains 3 discs with 10 episodes. The extras include 4 features entitled: "A Big Farewell To Our Upper East Siders" (14 minutes), "Gossip Girl Series Retrospective" (30 minutes), "Gossip Girl Prequel: It Had To Be You" (audiobook download), and a "Gag Reel" (3.5 minutes). There are also a handful of deleted scenes after some of the episodes although not as many as in earlier seasons. Some of the footage in the extras were repeated from extras in previous seasons such as Blake Lively asking "We got name checked by Obama?" (footage of which is shown in the feature). Penn Badgley says when he saw their pictures on a 40 foot billboard in the first year he was in shock and thought "Come on!" And how the younger cast members were so excited each year when the show was renewed as they got to live in New York for another year and actually get paid for it. Chace Crawford said he used to get text messages from his grandmother saying "I don't like you with that MILF anymore!" which was quite funny speaking of his on screen relationship with older woman Diana Payne played by Liz Hurley. Then he remembers that she said "cougar" rather than "MILF".
The producers discuss how there was a need for a show like Gossip Girl to be on TV after Sex & The City finished which was set in New York and was sexy and hip and stretched the boundaries. They often got complaints from various organisations saying scenes or storylines were inappropriate but they aimed to be scandalous and they sure achieved that aim. What was amusing was that they showed how even the naughtiest of scenes and worst of scheming was done in a mischievous way with the cast members who were being naughty having a twinkle in their eyes which I had to admit was quite evident.
This season is certified as a 12.
The final season of Gossip Girl gets a decent 4 out of 5 stars from me. It was a short and entertaining season but it's a shame they couldn't have explored a bit more in depth the identity of Gossip Girl as it felt somewhat rushed in the final episode.
~CAST/CREW FOR SEASON 6~
Leighton Meester as Blair Waldorf
Blake Lively as Serena Van der Woodsen
Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass
Penn Badgley as Dan Humphrey
Chace Crawford as Nate Archibald
Kaylee DeFer as Ivy Dickens
Matthew Settle as Rufus Humphrey
Kelly Rutherford as Lily Van der Woodsen Bass Humphrey
Michelle Trachtenberg as Georgina Sparks
Desmond Harrington as Jack Bass
William Baldwin as William van der Woodsen
Robert John Burke as Bart Bass
Barry Watson as Steven Spence
Sofia Black D'Elia as Sage Spence
Zuzanna Szadkowski as Dorota Kishlovsky
Yin Chang as Nelly Yuki
Executive Producer: Josh Schwartz
Directors: Mark Piznarkshi, Joe Lazarov, Bark Wenrich, Andy Wolk, Amy Heckerling, Normaly Buckly, Anna Mastro, John Stephens, Patrick Norris.
Writers: Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage, Annmarie Navar-Gill, Natalie Krinsky, Matt Whitney, Sara Goodman, Dan Steele, Jessica Queller, Jake Coburn.
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In Treatment - Complete HBO Season 2 (DVD)
---Intro--- I have already reviewed Season 1 of "In Treatment", but it took me more than a year after that to finally get round to purchasing and watching Season 2. Inevitably since this follows on from the first season by reading this review there will be spoilers from that. Therefore, I would urge you to read my review ... of Season 1 first (http:// members.dooyoo.co.uk/ tv-series/in-treatment-season-1-dvd/ 1617978/ - take out the gaps) and then go out and buy it if you have any intention of watching it!
---Introducing "In Treatment"---
"In Treatment" (an HBO drama produced and developed by Rodrigo Garcia - based on the Israeli show BeTipul) was aired on the Sky Arts channel in 2009 (it aired in the US in 2008) - when Season 1 aired, I tended to record the week's episodes and watch them all in one go. I know that Season 2 has been aired on Sky Arts, however I've only realised that partway into the series, which is why I hadn't seen it until I purchased the DVD.
I absolutely loved the concept of "In Treatment", and think it was an amazing first season (I would be interested to watch the Israeli version too - they have also made an Italian version). Since watching it for the first time I have had many hours of now finished therapy myself (probably around 200 - with various different people). Therefore, when I rewatched it, and now as I watch the second season it has that added dimension having had that wealth of experience myself.
I should say though that this series isn't going to be for everyone, but certainly a must-view for anyone with an interest in therapy (either on the giving or receiving end), and I hope that my review can do it justice!
So now it's time to settle down again with Paul (Gabriel Byrne) as my therapist!
The Season 2 box set consists of 7 DVDs, one for each week of the show - each show consists of 5 episodes (one for each weekday). This is ever so slightly disappointing since Season 1 spans 9 weeks. This season first aired in the US in 2009 (my DVD was released in 2011). My DVDs are in a bulky plastic case, but there is also a card box as well for that to slot into.
The running time is 869 minutes (which is about 14½ hours) which is 3½ hours less than Season 1 (but not to worry, it's still a decent amount of time). Each episode lasts approximately 25 minutes (I think we have to bear in mind that we have to imagine each episode to last for 50 minutes as a normal counseling session would last).
You can watch this either in English, or dubbed over in French (I watched a tiny bit to see if it worked ok) which could be useful if you're learning French! There are also subtitles in English, French, Castilian Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Greek, Norweigian, Polish, Portuguese and Swedish. Like Season 1 there are unfortunately no extras.
---So, what's it all about?---
Each week we see psychotherapist Paul working with 4 different clients/patients (whatever you want to call them) although we are aware that he does have others (in fact he states at one point that he sits in his chair for 40 hours a week, which is far too much for a therapist), therapy is his full-time occupation - 4 very different stories (and different from the ones in the first season) but ones which combined address many different issues which arise in the therapeutic relationship. Paul seems to come from a psychodynamic psychoanalytic perspective (he has a PhD in Psychology and has practiced for over 20 years) - very much interested in the childhood experiences of clients and the impact that has had on their present day.
Paul is 50-something, recently divorced, and having moved from Maryland to Brooklyn (New York) - trying to rebuild his life and his psychotherapy practice after the events from Season 1. His practices from what is also his home, but it's different from Season 1 in that he now lives on his own rather than his office being in the family home.
To give an overview of what happens in Season 2 I will give the gist of the first 5 episodes (the line of text after the episode number I have taken from the Internet as a brief overview of each episode), and how they set us up for the season.
Episode 1 - Mia (Hope Davis) - A surprise subpoena brings Paul back into the life of a former patient and current malpractice lawyer named Mia.
The episode begins as Paul receives a visitor - the father of Alex, a patient who died last year (in Season 1 - I did warn there are spoilers from the first season), hand delivering Paul a lawsuit. This lawsuit is a running theme throughout the whole of Season 2, and we have no idea how it is all going to turn out - the consequences could be dire. Paul could lose everything.
Monday at 9am. On arrival at his lawyer's office Paul is shocked to find that the person dealing with his case is Mia who happens to be a former client from 20 years ago - it seems that things didn't end that well between them. Throughout the season there are links to Paul's relationship with client Laura from Season 1 (another reason to have watched the first season). It isn't until the second episode with Mia (Episode 6) that she returns to see Paul as a client. Mia is a 40-something year old, unmarried and childless. She is successful in her working life and appears on the outside to be together, but otherwise something is missing in her life and we find she is deeply unhappy. Can Paul help her? And, what happened between them 20 years ago?
Episode 2 - April (Alison Pill) - Paul is alarmed to learn that his new patient April, an architecture student, harbors a life-threatening secret she refuses to share with her parents.
Tuesday at 12pm. April is a likeable young woman (23) who is seriously ill, but has not told anyone. April presents as a very angry character, and she hasn't had much luck with therapy in the past (she reminds me a bit of myself at times). Over the course of the season we find out about her difficult family life, having a brother with complex special needs. We also follow her progress as she deals with her illness. I particularly like the dynamics between April and Paul and there are scenes which are very touching, especially as Paul goes above and beyond what is expected of a therapist.
Episode 3 - Oliver (Aaron Shaw) - A conflicted sixth grader named Oliver is brought to Paul by his parents Bess (Sherri Saum) and Luke (Russell Hornsby), who are getting a divorce.
Wednesday at 4pm. Oliver is a 12 year old - unhappy, overweight, and a bit of a loner. On top of this, his parent's divorce is affecting him badly - the constant bickering between them, and no one really listening to him. Oliver's story is a sad one, as we see that he is a sweet kid, and we know that he hasn't got an easy road ahead of him. He builds up a very special relationship with Paul. Oliver's parents feature frequently in the episodes, although I have to say I don't really like them.
Episode 4 - Walter (John Mahoney) - A high-powered CEO with anxiety issues turns to Paul for therapy at the encouragement of his wife.
Thursday at 5pm. Walter isn't really sure why he has arrived in therapy, his main complaint is insomnia. He also seems to be having issues with his daughter Natalie,. Obviously being the CEO of a company, he is under a lot of work related pressure. However, it seems that he has some very deep and serious issues. Will Paul be able to get to the bottom of them? Or might it be too late to help him?
You'll probably notice that Walter is familiar (Frasier's dad in "Frasier"!), and it's strange seeing him playing such a different character. In fact it is extremely powerful seeing the character of Walter in the depths of despair. John Mahoney is a fantastic actor.
Episode 5 - Gina (Dianne Wiest) - Paul resumes his Friday sessions with Gina, who agrees to give a deposition in the lawsuit against him while also helping him through the new changes in his life.
Every Friday Paul commutes back to Maryland to see Gina (and also to see his children). - at 6pm. Gina is Paul's supervisor, and we know her from Season 1 when he also saw her on a Friday. I made the point when reviewing Season 1, that in the US it doesn't seem to be mandatory for counselors/therapists to have supervision whilst practicing (supervision is where the therapist sees a therapist themselves) while it (rightly) is in the UK.
These episodes give a fantastic insight into Paul's character, and what is going on in his life (in addition to the lawsuit he faces a major life event during this season which obviously affects him significantly), although I never know whether I really like Gina or not. There is also the added storyline as it turns out that one of Gina's clients is an old flame of Paul's (Tammy Kent) - will they rekindle their relationship?
---So that's the gist of it---
Hopefully I have given you the gist of what it's about without making this too ridiculously long!
One thing which I liked on the Season 1 DVD was the "Previously on In Treatment" bit at the start of each episode. This unfortunately isn't a feature on Season 2, which can make it hard to keep track of what's happened if you have a big gap between watching episodes. I watched the majority of it over a lazy weekend, but then had quite a long gap before watching the final disc, so it would've been useful to have a refresher.
"In Treatment" is a fantastic show, and Season 2 doesn't disappoint - I had been a bit worried after how much I'd loved the first (I think that's why it took me so long to get round to watching it). In Season 2 I particularly like the character of April (I was particularly drawn to the young female characters in Season 1 too). I also very much liked the stories of Oliver and Walter which were very different from the stories in Season 1 - in fact it is all quite different. I think that's the joy of therapy - everyone has different stories and experiences.
As I said in my review of Season 1 from the perspective of someone who has received a lot of therapy, it all seems very genuine to me - as a viewer it's like being given a door into the usually very private experiences which go on in a therapy session - this might be eye opening for those who haven't experienced therapy. Since it's spread over 7 weeks we can see what a difference a small amount of therapy can make, but also we can see what a long and painful process it can be. We also learn how it's not right for everyone, and will only work for a person when they are receptive to it. Ending therapy can also be a difficult thing to do (whatever reason it is for), but sometimes it is the right thing to do. I know this from personal experience!
All of the acting in this is good, and I can't really fault anything! Gabriel Byrne is fantastic. On the whole I'd say that Season 2 is darker than Season 1 (partially due to what has gone on before) - this isn't a bad thing though. There are some interesting themes raised (both with Paul and his clients), such as fathers living away from their children and relationships between parents and children in general.
---What next? And the cost!---
Season 3 is the final season (boo hoo), and I am looking forward to watching that to meet new characters and find out more about what happens in Paul's life following this.
Season 2 of In Treatment cost me £14.50 on Amazon - but it does fluctuate in price a lot and come sometimes be found cheaper second hand. The complete Season 1-3 box set currently costs £34.75, so it might well work out cheaper doing it this way!
In Season 1 we found that it costs $150 per 50 minute hour to see Paul. Buying these DVDs works out a lot cheaper! Obviously it's not the same, but I think that most people will find something within it which will make them think about their lives and possibly enable them to make some changes. As Gina says to Paul "You encourage people to look at the patterns of their behaviour".
I would highly recommend Season 2 of "In Treatment" - it is essential viewing for anyone who has watched and loved Season 1. As said If you haven't seen Season 1, I certainly wouldn't watch this until afterwards as it would spoil this if you didn't know what had gone on before.
In general I would recommend "In Treatment" to anyone who meets any of the following criteria:
* Has ever experienced counselling/therapy - either giving or receiving it (I have recently recommended this to a friend of mine who is about to embark on a counseling course - I am confident that he'll enjoy it and find it useful) - or just if you'd like to understand more about what goes on in therapy
* Likes Gabriel Byrne - there is a LOT of him!
* Wants to watch something a bit different from other TV series
I have a few slight niggles with Season 2 as already mentioned (that it's shorter than Season 1 mainly), and as with Season 1 I'm not a massive fan of the theme music (it's fine at first but does get a bit irritating), but the background music is generally good. However, without a doubt this has to again get the full 5 stars from me.
Others must agree with me since it's received an almost 5 star rating on Amazon (admittedly though people won't have bought Season 2 unless they liked Season 1!)
"In Treatment" is likely to evoke so many feelings in you - sadness, shock, anger, frustration, hope, despair (to name a few). Issues of suicide in particular are brought up which might be difficult for some people to watch,
I look forward to sitting down and spending some quality time watching Season 3, in the hope that it's just as good as the first two seasons - a review will follow in due course!
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The Vampire Diaries - Season 2 (DVD)
The first thing I will say about this series is that you rally should make sure you have seen all of series 1 before starting series 2 as there is a lot going on and you might get a bit lost if you don't have the back story from series one. Series 2 is available on Ebay for around £10-15 and you can pick up season 1 for around ... £5-10 depending on where you look. There are 22 x 40 minute episode in each series so you get a lot of watching time for your money. I watched all of series 2 in less than a week which considering I don't watch TV is the biggest hint as to how much like this series, nothing usually keeps my attention for more than a few episodes and I have no watched two whole series of this and have stated the third (I think I am an addict).
Much more goes on in this series and that is saying something because series one wasn't exactly devoid of action.
In the last episode of series one Kathrine returns which is the big cliff hanger ending so that is developed in this series with Katherine and Elena being Identical (Elena is Kathryn's doppelganger) she pretends to be Elena in a dew scenes, fooling everyone for a sort while including Stefan & Damon but it doesn't take them too long to realize she is back.
You get to see both Steffan and Damon struggle with their feelings for Kathryn even though they both hate her now they did both love her at one point and Damon has been holding on the fact that they were in love for 140 years and always thought they would be together again so it is really difficult to say the least for him. There is a really heartbreaking scene where he s considering giving her another chance and they discuss the past, this was a huge tear jerker moment which Ian Somerhalder plays really well and with such intensity as does Nina Dobrev.
It is really interesting watching Nina Dobrev playing both Kathryn and Elena as they are obviously are identical but they are polar opposites when it comes to personality. Kathryn is ruthless and selfish and has no consideration for other peoples lives or feelings whereas Elana is really sweet and caring and will do anything to protect the people she loves. She does a great job of distinguishing between the characters as there are times when you can tell which one she is paying without her even speaking just by the look on her face which shows some very skillful acting.
There is a lot of great character development in this series and you get to see a lot more of the other characters become more important such as Carloine who's who's whole role completely changes in this series. As do the roles of Alaric and Jeremy. T
The fact that Damon is in love with Elena becomes more obvious and undeniable n this series as it is clear he would rather die tan let anything happen to her, and at some points he seems more determined to keep her save than Stefan does. He is trying so hard to be a better person and not to tell Elena how he feels for her sake, there s another heartbreaking scene not long after the one with Kathryn where Damon almost spills how he feels about Elena. I can't really give much detail as it would spoil what happens but it is horrible to watch and a huge part of me was thinking just chose Damon.
This series also introduces Werewolves, which was hinted at the end of series one as you know there is something supernatural going on with the Lockwoods as both Tyler and his Dad react to the Gilbert device which was only meant to effect Vampires.
The Werewolves in Vampire Diaries are much scarier than in some other films like Twilight as there transformation is brutally painfully and drawn out, and when they are changed they are totally inhumane and become killers . they have no control over there actions. It is a curse as it meant to be.
The main threat in this series comes from the arrival of 'The Original' Vampires Klause and Eleija who are much older stronger and scarier than anything that has been in the series so far and you probably predicted they are after the doppelganger. I am not going to say much about this as it is the main plot line in the series and I don't want to spoil it but there are some fantastic moments along the way and a lot of edge of your seat episodes.
Overall this series was even better than the fist one and I would recommend it to anyone who likes paranormal romance and action, but not for anyone who has anything important coming up as it takes over your life.
This series is rated 15 and I think that is an appropriate rating for it.
This review is also on my Ciao account under shellyjaneo
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