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Gossip Girl wanted to be WAY sexier than was allowed

Some controversial Gossip Girl goss came across my desk that I just HAVE to share.

Only problem is, I've never seen an episode of the show.  But it seems VERY important, so I'll try my best.

In a recent episode with Vulture, Josh Safran, who was probably involved with the show somehow, talked about one sex scenes he was forced to cut.

Safran said, "I only regret things like not showing Chuck finger Blair and the dildos and other sexual stuff."

HOLD ON.  This was a TV show, right?  As in: a show broadcast on television.  And he's upset he wasn't allowed to show that sufff?

A quick look at what else was on TV around that time, shall we?  It was the early days of the Morning Show, The Singing Bee, Celebrity Dog School, 30 Rock and The Big Bang Theory.  And if we can use one word to describe all these shows, it is the same word as we can use to describe these gloves: 


Now I know you have questions.  We ALL have questions.  So he goes on to explain: "We had a story about Chuck taking care of Blair under a table at Xan’s."  Here, I assume Xan is a person, and not the name of a family restaurant.  Still, perhaps not family viewing.

And the "personal massagers"?  Safran says, "there were dildos [Georgina] sent to Dan at the house, and we had these really huge dildos in this house... but we cut it because you couldn’t show them on air... they’re like a foot and a half long."

It is at this point I check to see if Gossip Girl is on Netflix.  It is.  I add it to my queue.  Something tells me it might be great.

And I also check if Josh Safran has anything on Kickstarter.  He doesn't.  He's producing a legal drama now.  Shame.

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