"The Hurt Locket" Pictured: Blake Lively as Serena Photo Credit: Giovanni Rufino / The CW © 2009 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

"The Hurt Locket" Pictured: Blake Lively as Serena Photo Credit: Giovanni Rufino / The CW © 2009 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Need your Gossip Girl fix? Ten new episodes are on their way. Kevin Zegers is in the episode “The Hurt Locket” as Damien, and he was the kid in AIR BUD. Zegers was also in the movie “Wrong Turn” with Eliza Dushku which is a movie I rented twice but never saw, because someone always talked me (a scary cat) out of watching something that would upset me. But I swear, someday! I just want to watch it because of Eliza, is that so wrong?

ANYWAY Zegers was also in the 06 movie “It’s a Boy/Girl Thing” with Samaire Armstrong (The O.C.) and that movie – horrible beyond even guilty pleasure enjoyment! And now Zegers is signed up to play Clyde against Hilary Duff‘s Bonnie. Yea, I bet that will win an Oscar. Nay, TWO Oscar’s. (I kinda feel bad for Hilary Duff though, since her proposal pics splattered everywhere online include pics of the subsequent BJ she gave her fiance. Someday her kids will see those. But whatever, invest in curtains!)

Beware of spoilery pictures below, including one of Serena kissing someone.

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Episode Synopsis: Nate (Chace Crawford) and Serena (Blake Lively) decide to explore the boundaries of their friendship. Blair (Leighton Meester) suspects that Chuck (Ed Westwick) is having problems forgetting about the woman (guest star Laura Harring) he saw at his father’s grave. Jenny (Taylor Momsen) agrees to accompany Damien (guest star Kevin Zegers) to a State Dinner but is unaware that he needs her help with a drug exchange. Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) and Dan (Penn Badgley) attempt to move past the awkwardness of Dan’s confession of love. Rufus (Matthew Settle) returns from a ski trip and tries his best to avoid Lily (Kelly Rutherford). Tony Wharmby directed the episode written by Sara Goodman (#313).



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