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Connor Paolo: Probably not, but they're really difficult. I was going to ask you about Eric and Jenny because you guys are supposed to be really good friends, but we haven't seen those two characters very much together.Connor Paolo: Me and Jenny really join forces in a big way for the Thanksgiving episode because we get involved in a lot of the stuff that she's dealing with with her parents, living away from home. Connor Paolo: Well, you know, I think when your last boyfriend wound up dating your best friend, you really can't get any worse.CP: It's a pretty classic poor boy, rich girl romance.She walked into his bar and it was love at first sight...However, you probably would've walked right by her without realizing it. And she even posed for a photo with Paris Hilton, the least...

Q: So you've gotten to work with Taylor Momsen and Ed Westwick, but who among the cast do you really enjoy working with?Gossip Girl has obviously hit this cultural nerve in [a] really specific way.”Earlier in the show’s run, Schwartz said he took on Gossip Girl because he “liked the idea of doing a show like this at The CW, at a time where there weren’t a lot of these kind of shows out there.It reminded me of the glory days of The WB when I was in college… had a fish-out-of-water character—Chino expat Ryan Atwood (Ben Mc Kenzie)—to contrast the show’s affluent California youths; Gossip Girl’s Brooklyn-based aspiring writer Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley) wasn’t really from the wrong side of the tracks.Those early years of Dawson’s Creek, Felicity, Buffy, that whole period of stuff.” But those shows—all of which aired on the networks that merged to form The CW—were much more earnest than Gossip Girl. But Schwartz had an answer to that as well: I remember being a teenager extremely vividly, and the emotional traits of being a teenager are universal regardless of where you grew up or how much money you had.And so it’s an opportunity to continue to tell those stories, get to relive those years for myself and maybe make amends or do things I didn’t have the cojones to do at the time.And on top of that, his brother is in love with a girl who is dating Charlotte's brother!