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He mentions to Nate that perfection needs to be “violated.” In short, he seems pretty practiced at this.
It might have been original to see a teen show with a sexually entitled main character who has to either unlearn his view of women or suffer the consequences.
They’ve said before that they didn’t know how often Chuck’s character would be in the series—initially, he was going to be a sometime player like Georgina.
Maybe they planned to make him deal with harsher consequences for the assault. Maybe they just didn't plan on eventually making him so darn likable. But they decided to keep him around, and no one really wants to write a charming rapist week after week, certainly not on the CW.
After they split, though, their characters were still an item, which Penn recently admitted was a little weird.
While appearing on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” the 28-year-old “Cymbeline” star was asked about his best on-screen kiss. In our opinion, though, Penn’s admission is actually kind of a compliment to Blake.
Instead, the show kinda...pretends it didn’t happen. It’s not uncommon for shows to have a minor, or even major, retooling between its pilot and subsequent episodes.
On , you’ll notice that Chuck clearly has a mom in the pilot, which he doesn’t later.
I think it would have been interesting to see a show with an actual sexual predator on it. hastily and melodramatically written) rapist characters, Pilot Chuck actually has a pretty consistent M.THE PILOT (1.1)This pilot does an incredible amount of work in just over 40 minutes. Most impressively, we learn straight from this one episode who knows what and who wants what and from whom.It quickly and efficiently introduces us to the main players, the world of the show, the concept and mechanism of the “Gossip Girl” blog, and the main conflicts. But as fun, funny, and structurally impressive as the first episode is, the thing we really have to talk about is: This is the episode where Chuck tries to rape Jenny. For some people, this makes Chuck’s later “redemption” completely unacceptable.Unfortunately, though, those relationships don’t always work out (see both examples above), which can make things super awkward if your on-screen characters are still very much together.That was also the case for “Gossip Girl” stars Penn Badgley and Blake Lively, who dated on and off from 2007 to 2010 — a time that overlapped with their characters’ on-screen relationship.