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Charles Bartholomew Bass ist eine fiktive Figur in der Roman- und Fernsehserie Gossip Girl. In der TV-Serie wird er vom englischen Schauspieler Ed Westwick porträtiert. |Familie=Blair Waldorf (Frau) 'Charles Bartholomew "Chuck" Bass 'ist ein männlicher Hauptcharakter der Serie "Gossip Girl". Er wird von Ed Westwick verkörpert. Er ist nach den ganzen Staffeln Gossip Girl so zusagen "das gute Licht". Er zeigt das Blair und Chuck endlich zu einander gefunden haben. Der Käufer der Firma entpuppt sich allerdings als ein Feind von Chucks verstorbenem Vater. Chuck trifft sich derweil mit Raina, der. Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick), der mit vollem Namen Charles Bartholomew heißt, ist der Sohn des reichen Unternehmers Bart Bass und genießt sein luxuriöses.
In der fünften Staffel von "Gossip Girl" haben Blair Waldorf und Chuck Bass einen folgenschweren Autounfall, der dazu führt, dass Blair sich von dieser. Gossip Girl-Macher Josh Schwartz verriet jetzt in einem Interview gegenüber der Vulture: "Nichts davon war geplant. Chuck kam als Bösewicht. Being in relationships is really hard — but luckily we've learned a lot from watching "Gossip Girl" all these years. Check out a few of the most important dating.
Gossip Girl Chuck - NavigationsmenüEr lebt ein sehr ausschweifendes Leben im Hotel seines Vaters. Sie verspricht Chuck jedoch, dass sie ihm körperlich nicht mehr nahekommen wird. Die Handlungen, wie auch die Personen der Serien, basieren zwar auf der Buchreihe, doch wurden viele Aspekte der Buchreihe, die insbesondere sexuelle Eskapaden und auch Drogenmissbrauch betreffen, verändert. Chuck kam als Bösewicht in die Show. Auf einem Maskenball von Chuck eskaliert die Situation, da Juliet wieder erscheint. Entertainment Inc.
However, he tries to force himself on her but his stopped when Dan Humphrey arrives to rescue Jenny. He punches Chuck and leaves with Jenny before anything happens.
In Seder Anything , Jenny tells Chuck that she never did tell Rufus Humphrey about what he did to her but if she did, Lily van der Woodsen would choose her family over Chuck.
After thinking this over, Chuck apologizes to Jenny for what he did and says that if the Humphrey's ever moved in, he would make sure he wasn't around.
Jenny agrees, wanting to send Blair a message that she is ruling Constance her way and Chuck wants to prove to Blair that she isn't irrelevant.
In Dr. Estrangeloved , Chuck, knowing Jenny has a huge crush on Nate Archibald , advises her on how to put distance between him and his girlfriend, Serena, so she can date him herself.
His tips work until Nate chooses to forgive Serena for icing him out and distances himself from Jenny. After being shamed by Blair, she goes to The Empire to seek refuge in Nate but finds a lonely Chuck instead.
Chuck also owns a dog named Monkey which is generally always with Chuck. In the novel, Charles is the son of Bart and Elizabeth Bass.
In the first episode Chuck hits on Serena, who has just returned from a year at boarding school. She rejects his advances and storms out on him, and he isn't seen to have any physical attraction to her after that.
In the same episode, Chuck also tries to force himself on Jenny Humphrey at the Kiss on the Lops party that Blair is hosting. However, he is stopped by Serena and Jenny's older brother, Dan, to whom Chuck takes an immediate dislike.
Chuck was the only one who knew about Nate and Serena's one-night stand, one of the reasons for her leaving town for the year.
Chuck has a strong loyalty to his lifelong best friend Nate, bailing him out when Nate loses a risky poker game with Carter Baizen.
Chuck says that the only things that matter to him are money, the pleasures money brings to him, and Nate.
However, Chuck was close childhood friends with Serena and Blair, too. Shortly afterwards, Blair breaks up with Nate because of his recurring feelings for Serena.
Blair goes out to Victrola, the burlesque club that Chuck has recently purchased for his fathers company.
They share several drinks together, and he then challenges her to dance onstage, a dare that she accepts. Blair, who is relieved by her breakup with Nate, is finally able to let loose and dances seductively, while an impressed Chuck watches the real Blair finally show.
At the end of the night, Chuck gives Blair a lift home in his limo. He compliments her dance by saying "you were amazing up there," Chuck's words make Blair feel wanted and beautiful and they both forget about the outside world for a moment when Blair approaches Chuck for a kiss.
Chuck pulls away shortly and asks Blair is she is sure, knowing she may just be feeling vulnerable from her breakup with Nate.
Then Blair starts passionately kissing him. Blair loses her virginity to Chuck in the back of her limousine. The next day Blair goes to confessional at church and admits that she is guilty about both her performance at Victrola and night with Chuck in the limo.
She leaves the church only to find Chuck, who has been looking for her and he tells her that he enjoyed the previous night.
Blair on the contrary tells him that the night never happened and warns him not to tell anybody, and once more reconciles with Nate.
On Blair's seventeenth birthday, Chuck pulls her aside and admits his unfamiliar feelings for her, mentioning that he feels sick and can't sleep because of thoughts of her and their night together.
This leads Blair to freak out in disbelief. A couple of hours later, Nate fails to show up to the party, i nstead talking with Jenny.
Photos of them hugging are sent around to Gossip Girl, although Jenny is not identifiable, leading Blair to hide out in one of the bedrooms.
Chuck comforts her and gives her a birthday present, the diamond necklace that Blair had put on hold that day and been expecting from Nate.
Chuck compliments her while putting the necklace around her neck saying to her "something this beautiful deserves to be seen on someone worthy of its beauty.
This begins their secret love affair. At the debutante ball Chuck starts to worry that he will lose Blair to Nate again. Discovering that Nate is pursuing Blair again and asking Chuck all these questions about Blair, one being "is she seeing anyone?
Knowing that Blair considers Nate a gentleman who would never cause a scene, he manipulates Nate into punching someone at the ball saying to him "he's telling her what he is going to do to her tonight.
Heartbroken, Chuck leaves New York for a while. When Chuck returns he is shown as jealous, threatening to tell Nate about his relationship with Blair.
Blair challenges him, saying she would like to see him try. Vanessa Abrams, in Chuck's favour, catches this conversation on tape while filming a documentary for a project.
Trying to make it up to Blair, Chuck buys the tape from Vanessa for ten thousand dollars. However, this tape is actually blank, and Vanessa gives Blair the real one for free.
Chuck still doesn't give up and chases Blair only to hear from her that whatever happened between them she could hardly recall. A disgusted Chuck then decides to exact revenge by sending a tip to Gossip Girl, saying that Blair slept with two guys in only one week.
The news spreads like wildfire, and ruins Blair socially within hours. After seeing the bulletin, Nate finds Jenny and asks if it's true.
Jenny, tired of being treated terribly by Blair, tells him that Chuck and Blair slept together. This leads to Chuck and Nate getting into a fight outside the school, with Nate ending his friendship with Chuck and his relationship with Blair.
Blair turns to Chuck when there's no one else, but he rejects her, saying she used to be fascinating to him when she was pure and untouched, but not anymore.
Chuck's father and Serena's mother become engaged, leading the two families to move in together. He is annoying to Serena, particularly because he smokes marijuana in her bathroom.
He also becomes a brother figure to Eric, something that Serena isn't very happy about. At a family dinner, Serena receives an anonymous package, which she opens at the table.
It's filled with pornography, and she gets mad at Chuck, thinking he is the one who sent it. Chuck insists that he isn't responsible for the package, but is given a warning by his father.
When at school, three crates of champagne are delivered anonymously to Serena, who again blames Chuck for it. The final straw comes when Eric gives her another one of the unsigned packages, this one is a bag of cocaine.
She tells her mother, and Bart throws Chuck out of the apartment. Just afterwards, Serena realises that it wasn't Chuck who was sending the packages after all, but her ex-best friend Georgina Sparks.
Serena spirals out of control after Georgina continues to blackmail her, and when she spends all night partying, Blair enlists the help of Chuck and Nate, despite the fact that they hate each other because of Chuck and Blair's affair.
It is revealed that Chuck lost his virginity to Georgina in the sixth grade and he's been "running from the crazy bitch ever since.
Chuck agrees to this, responding, "Let's get the bitch. At his father's wedding to Serena's mother, Chuck alerts Nate when he sees the Captain, Nate's father, appearing to buy cocaine.
This causes the two friends to make up and for Chuck to confess his love for Blair. Nate realises that Chuck's feelings for Blair are genuine and gives his blessing.
While giving his best man speech, Chuck is inspired the moment he looks at Blair and puts down his note cards, instead talking about true love, perseverance and forgiveness, inspired by his complex relationship with her.
At the wedding, Blair forgives him for blogging about their relationship to Gossip Girl and subsequently abandoning her and he tells her that she doesn't belong with Nate and that she never has and never will.
The two then kiss and begin a relationship, but Chuck decides to "take it slow and do right this this", which shows Blair that he is a romantic at heart.
Chuck's father, Bart Bass, sees the new relationship as an opportunity for Chuck to mature and abandon his decadent lifestyle. Listening to his father and afraid of the commitment he will have to make to Blair, Chuck has second thoughts about his and Blair's summer plans to go to Tuscany, thinking Blair would not like the real him.
He decides not to go and seduces the Bass' interior designer. Blair, unaware of Chuck's intentions, boards the jet to Tuscany, believing that Chuck will catch the next commercial flight.
In the season two premiere, we learn that Blair has stayed in Europe over the summer. Because of his fear of committing to Blair, Chuck has stayed in the Hamptons trying to get over Blair by sleeping with a different girl every day.
When she returns, he realises that he regrets his actions; however, it is too late, Blair has begun a relationship with Marcus Beaton, a British Lord whom she met on the plane.
At the Vitamin Water White Party, while Blair is waiting for Marcus to pick her up, Chuck reveals that he was afraid that if they spent the entire summer together, she might see who he really is.
Blair then says that she will belong to him and him only, if he tells her he loves her. He ultimately can't expose himself in that way and Blair leaves with Marcus.
In "The Dark Night" Chuck is having problems with his sexual performance and notices he won't be "cured" until he sleeps with Blair.
During a blackout at a party, Chuck asks for Blair to sleep with him just one time but she refuses, even though Chuck notices she doesn't stop holding his hand.
Blair and Chuck begin to kiss during the blackout and apparently she thought it was Marcus, but as he walked in on them she says that she knew it was Chuck all along.
Later, Chuck is kissing some woman back in his limo but says to her that it's not going to work. When she asks "I thought you said you're better" Chuck answers "I am He hopes to run into the "Skull and Bones" group, who eventually kidnap him.
He wants to become a member, and in order to do so, he must show his worth in several ways, including giving up Nate who is hated by several members because of his embezzling father losing their families' money.
Instead of betraying his best friend, Chuck sends them to Dan, telling them he's Nate. The Skull and Bones kidnap Dan, take off his clothes and tie him to a statue.
When Nate hears what he's done, Nate ends his friendship with Chuck and befriends Dan, leaving Chuck alone. While there, he says that he has no family and refuses to talk to anyone rationally.
Enraged, he leaves the wake to flee to a bar, but Blair follows him. She wants to go with him to support him, saying that she will stay with him no matter what and finally declares her love for him.
After being hurt so much, Chuck is unable to admit his feelings and leaves Blair alone on the street. He goes to her house the next day, seeking comfort and solice.
He cries in her arms and they fall asleep on Blair's bed. However, when Blair awakens, Chuck is gone and left only a note that said how sorry he was and that she deserves better.
Chuck has fled to Thailand. A month later, Chuck's uncle Jack brings Chuck back from Bangkok and Blair continually tries to help him get over his father's death, eventually talking him down from the edge of a building, saying that she'd always be there for him.
When his father's will is read, it is revealed that his father has left him Bass Industries. However, his uncle Jack sets Chuck up so the board will see his partying ways, and so Jack wins the company.
When Chuck goes to see Blair, she tells him she can't watch him self-destruct any longer but Chuck leaves her house dejected. Chuck teams up with his stepmother Lily to get rid of Jack, and they come up with the perfect way, Lily becomes his legal guardian, as Bart and Lily were already planning on adopting each other's kids anyway before Bart died.
Chuck signs the papers, and Jack, who is high on what is later revealed to be a "combination of meth, alcohol and over the counter cold medicine", becomes enraged and tries to rape Lily in the ladies' room at the opera.
However, Chuck gets there in time and punches his uncle in the face to subdue him. He decides to move back into his old home with his family, Lily, Serena and Eric.
Chuck is jealous and hurt when Blair begins to date Nate again, and goes to Nate's ex-girlfriend Vanessa for help. However their plan to break Blair and Nate up fails and the two end up sleeping together.
Chuck then runs into Blair on the street and they begin plotting against Serena's new boyfriend Gabriel who turns out to be a con artist.
Jealously, Nate asks Blair to move in with him, but Blair doesn's answer, which leads Nate to confront Chuck about his constant proximity to Blair, he says that if he wants her, he should man up and tell her, and if he doesn't, he has to cut her loose, because Nate wants her himself.
Right after that, Chuck decides to talk to Blair. She tells him she can't answer Nate's question, until Chuck tells her how he truly feels about her.
Blair says that if he doesn't love her, he has to let her go, and begins to cry. He tells her it was just a game, and Blair walks away thanking him.
Serena witnesses this conversation and when she questions him about it, Chuck tells her that he loves Blair but thinks he can't make her happy, so he let her go.
However, Chuck gives Blair her dream prom, and proves to himself that he in fact can make her happier than Nate can.
In the season two finale, it is revealed to everyone that Chuck slept with Vanessa and blair slept with Chuck's uncle Jack so that he could find Chuck and bring him back.
Blair tries to explain to Chuck why she did it and that she loves him and if he says it back all of the gossip and lies and the hurt would have been something, Chuck only says that maybe it was but it's not anymore.
Chuck runs away to Europe, hurt. However, one week later he returns to New York and goes to see Blair with presents for her, and he finally tells her that he loves her.
The two share a passionate kiss while Chuck keeps telling Blair that he loves her, and it is implied they were then in a relationship. When season three returns, Chuck and Blair are very happy and very much in love.
They are not a traditional couple, and instead of "settling down" they play games all summer involving other women; Chuck seduces a girl at random and, before anything can actually happen, Blair appears, plays the "second woman" and humiliates the girl.
After the woman leaves, the pair stays in together. They do this in order to ensure that their relationship stays exciting. Blair was very content with this game, until Serena causes her to question it, telling her that the "line between acting like the scorned woman, and actually being the scorned woman is a slippery slope", which causes Blair to reconsider.
Blair tells Chuck she no longer wishes to play this game, and Chuck easily complies telling her that he only wants her to be happy, "however that's achieved".
At the charity polo match, Blair freaks out when she can't find Chuck and it's assumed that he's with Alexandra Richards, when really he's home alone with a headache.
They have a coversation where Chuck states that they could never be boring and that he's not Chuck Bass without her.
They make up and find another game to play, which involves only the two of them and some role playing. Chuck ends up letting Serena, who has decided not go to to Brown after all, crash at his place while she figures things out.
Serena ends up letting it slip during one of his business meetings that he secretly wanted to turn a New York property into a club, and they have a major falling-out.
He calls her a "train wreck" and she storms out angrily, seeking out her on-and-off love interest Carter Baizen.
Chuck then tells Rufus that Serena flaked on Brown, out of concern for her, but Serena sees it as a betrayal. Serena wants to get back at Chuck for telling Rufus about Brown, and with the help of Carter, sabotages another meeting by discouraging Chuck's business associaties with sordid stories from his past.
Leaving, Chuck says he only told Rufus about Brown because he was worried about her. Chuck begins to be immersed in his work.
He's even too busy to spend quality time with Blair, blowing her off for getting ready for a meeting with Sean McPherson; the owner of a hotel club Chuck wants to buy.
At this meeting Chuck is given the cold shoulder from McPherson's assistant, Daphne, who tells him that in order to even got his foot in the door, he must demonstrate respect for McPherson's past.
He sees a Soethby's catalog with a photo flagged and decides the best way to get in McPherson's good books is to bid on and win the photo for him.
Only it turns out that Blair needs the exact same photo in order to be accepted into a college society. As a result, Chuck and Blair have a bidding war for the photo at the auction until Serena ends up outbidding them in an attempt to stop their fighting.
It is revealed that the pair had been sabotaging Carter to protect her. Serena ends up giving the photo to Blair, who then gives it to Chuck.
She tells him that she believes in him. At McPherson's office Chuck deduces that Georgina set him up to go after that photo and Daphne, the assistant, who is also friends with Georgina, confirms it.
He hands the photo to the head honcho and then leaves. Chuck tells Blair that, as she believes in him, he's ready to think a lot bigger, he's cashing out his shares of Bass Industries and is going to buy the whole entire Empire Hotel, not just the part he wanted to put a club in.
He then invites her to go and christen the penthouse. Chuck notices that Blair is dealing with her insecurity at not having friends at NYU by immersing herself in the Queen Bee drama at Constance Billard, her alma mater.
When Blair denies it, he goes to Jenny for help. They plot about how to bring Blair back down to earth and how to restore order at Constance, where he wants Jenny to reclaim the role of queen.
Chuck ends up bringing Jenny as his date to the movie premiere of "Fleur", causing Blair to be temporarily humiliated.
When Blair shows up at the premiere to let Jenny have it, Chuck confesses that it was all his idea. He says he did it because he thinks she is selling herself short and needs to remember she's Blair Waldorf.
He also paid a photographer to take pictures of Blair at the premiere so that she would get her confidence back.
Chuck also sends a school girl outfit to Blair's penthouse, with a note telling her that he needs some "tutoring". In "Enough About Eve", Blair's plan which is to get to toast at the Freshman Dinner at Parent's weekend involves re-instituting her and Chuck's game from the summer, with a little twist.
Blair tells Chuck that she needs him to seduce Josh Ellis so she can humiliate him, as he double-crossed her, and Chuck goes along with it.
Blair interrupts the scene right after the big kiss and pretends to make a big scene. In reality, she had made a deal with him; she gets to make the toast, and he gets to kiss Chuck Bass.
Chuck's plans get cancelled, so he shows up at the dinner and gets a little too much info from one of Blair's minions.
Then he sees Blair and the man he kissed talking and laughing and he realises something is definitely up.
Blair's plan is revealed when Vanessa hides a microphone in her purse, and her nasty rant about Vanessa is aired to the entire audience, including how she used Chuck to get the speech.
Blair goes over to Chuck's to apologise and it is clear he needs some more time to think about it. In the next episode, Chuck and Blair are talking again, though he is still cold towards her.
Chuck is trying to find a way to boost his hotel's ratings and decided to open the club. He calls Serena for help, as she works for a publicist and has PR experience, but instructs her to leave Blair out of it not knowing that Blair is listening to the conversation.
Blair calls Jack Bass and gets him to send over a liquor license for Chuck, desperate to help out. Later, Chuck comes to Blair's and gives her a costume for the club's opening a flapper dress for the event's 20s era, Prohibition-theme , and they briefly make up.
This is ruined when Chuck finds out she called Jack. Chuck tells her that he kept her out of opening the club for the same reason it took him so long to tell her he loves her; he can't trust her.
He uninvites her to the opening but Blair shows up anyway after finding out the liquor license Jack sent over was a fake.
Blair apologises to Chuck and tells him that she was trying to make him see that he needed her. Chuck tells Blair that he already knew the license was a fake, and the two quickly come up with an idea.
Chuck calls the police and has them shut down the club, while Blair makes sure the paparazzi gets pictures of the celebrities present.
Chuck decides to open a secret club, and by the end of the episode Chuck and Blair have made up. In the episode "The Debarted", it is the anniversary of Bart Bass' death and Chuck wrestles with the dilemma of following his conscience or that of his father.
All day he is very agitated with everyone, especially Blair who wants to comfort him and thinks he should visit his father's grave.
Although Chuck and Blair spend the episode striving for different ends which will eventually alienate each other Blair to become the face of Anne Archibald's charity, Girls Inc, and Chuck to increase the revenue of The Empire by returning to his bad boy persona , Blair makes the decision to attend Chuck's Saints and Sinners party in order to confront him.
Chuck confesses that he loves her, and the pair kiss in front of everyone after the curtain concealing them is pulled down.
Anne tells Blair that she can no longer be a part of Girls Inc just as Chuck's publicist KC tells Chuck that she thinks Blair will be good for business.
Blair re-thinks her decision to sacrifice it all for their relationship, and she and Chuck break up once again. Chuck promises he'll wait for her, and both affirm their belief that their love will reunite them in the end.
On Thanksgiving Chuck and Blair run into each other at Serena's house, Chuck offers to leave but she tells him that she was heading to JFK anyway and came to drop off the traditional pie and that they should get used to this.
They hear about Serena being hospitalized and while they're sharing that maybe nothing can change between them, Jenny walks in and interrupts their conversation.
While driving Blair home, Chuck tells her that he showed up only for Serena. After that Blair still sends him her traditional pie, saying that even if they can't be friends it doesn't mean that they aren't.
So he sets off to New Zealand, where his uncle Jack Bass is currently living. Russell is the main contender to buy Bass industries.
Chuck, however, manages to save the company after it is revealed that Russell accidentally killed his wife in a building fire that Bart was originally accused of.
In "The Princess and the Frog" he learns that Blair's relationship with Louis is serious, and that there is talk about them getting engaged.
He gets drunk and embarrasses Blair in front of Louis' mother, and later tries to force himself on her, while pushing her down and smashing a glass window right next to her face, after she tells him about her engagement.
Blair ends up with her cheek being cut. There, the two are seen dancing and smiling happily. Blair pulls him off the dance floor into a private room and the two have sex.
Blair decides she is going to leave Louis, but Chuck stops her, telling her that she needs to be with Louis because he makes her happy.
At the end of the episode, Chuck decides to spend the summer traveling with Nate. Following the 20th episode of Season 4, Safran spoke on behalf of the series regarding the scene in which Chuck became violent with Blair.
The way we viewed it, I think it's very clear that Blair is not afraid in those moments, for herself.
They have a volatile relationship, they always have, but I do not believe—or I should say we do not believe—that it is abuse when it's the two of them.
Chuck does not try to hurt Blair. He punches the glass because he has rage, but he has never, and will never, hurt Blair. He knows it and she knows it, and I feel it's very important to know that she is not scared—if anything, she is scared for Chuck—and what he might do to himself, but she is never afraid of what he might do to her.
Leighton and I were very clear about that. In the first episode of season 5, we find out that Chuck has spent his summer traveling the world with Nate.
The two arrive in Los Angeles to meet up with Serena, who is working as an assistant on a film set. Seemingly over his break up with Blair, Chuck exhibits a positive outlook on life, telling Serena and Nate that he's seeking to experience everything he can in life.
However, his heartbreak soon becomes apparent when he receives an invitation to Blair's upcoming wedding, which causes him to drive recklessly and get into a motorbike accident.
In the following episode, it is revealed that Chuck has an emotional disorder as a result of his losing Blair, and which now causes him to be numb to physical and emotional stimuli.
Dan decides to help Chuck break through this emotional barrier, and gets him a dog, hoping to spark some emotion.
However, it is only when Blair reveals to him that she is pregnant with Louis's baby does Chuck begin feel again — he is shown crying over the revelation at the end of the episode.
He names the dog "Monkey" a homage to the pet monkey Chuck's character had in the books. He forms a reluctant friendship with Dan from here on.
He meets a psychiatrist, Eliza Barnes, who tells him that he acts out because he never had a childhood, and needs help. When he finds himself falling back into his old patterns, he calls Dr.
Barnes, ready to seek that help. Barnes money to upset Chuck, in hopes that he will do something reckless and drive Blair away forever.
When Chuck finds this out, he publicly exposes both Dr. Barnes and Louis, leaving Blair devastated. Later that same night, he goes to Blair's apartment to finally apologize to her for all the times he's hurt her and let her down.
His apology recounts all the obstacles Chuck and Blair have faced in their relationship thus far, and prompts an emotional Blair to thank him.
Chuck assures her that she is going to be "an amazing mother", having come to terms with her relationship with Louis.
He resolves to keep his distance from her after that, but in "The Big Sleep No More", a conflicted Blair seduces him in the hope to prove that his efforts to be a better man is just a ploy to win her back.
When he kisses her, she slaps him, and tells him that he will never change. It is later revealed that he conspired with Dorota and kissed Blair in order to confirm her suspicions of him, and push her back to Louis.
They profess their love for one another in Chuck's limo. This occurs whilst the limo is being chased by paparazzi on motorbikes and results in a car crash.
Lily reveals at the conclusion of the episode that Blair is awake and doing fine, but whether or not Chuck has survived was not revealed.
We later discover that Chuck did indeed survive the accident after a blood transfusion was donated to him. He wakes up to a very distant Blair, very opposite to the one he got into an accident with.
For the next few episodes he chases her to discover what has changed her mind — unbeknownst to him, Blair has made a pact with God over his life, where if she breaks her promise to Louis, Chuck will surely die.
This leads to Blair going to Chuck's penthouse in the episode "The End of the Affair" where she tells him what a good man he has become and to not let the ending of their relationship destroy him.
He makes one final play for Blair, but Blair — despite saying that she "loves him more and more every day, if it's even possible to love somebody that much" — once more rebuffs him, saying that she's actually doing this for him.
Their conversation is unknowingly recorded, and released in a blast by Gossip Girl during the wedding. Despite this, Blair still marries Louis, but flees the reception with Dan when Louis reveals that their relationship is now strictly business.
With the help of Dan, Blair tries to leave for the Dominican Republic to get a divorce from Louis without his consent due to a loophole in the Dominican Republic's law, but forgets her passport.
Chuck, Nate and Serena eventually find Blair hiding out in a hotel room with Dan. However, Sophia finds Blair and threatens to forcefully sell Eleanor's company as dowry if Blair chooses not to return.
Blair reluctantly goes back to Louis, despite an offer from Chuck to pay her dowry. In "Cross Rhodes", Blair realizes she now has feelings for Dan, and Chuck and Serena struggle with watching their loves with their friends.
In "The Princess Dowry", Chuck pays Blair's dowry so she can be free, but wishes for it to remain a secret. She finds out and accuses him of wanting to own her.
He admits that he paid the dowry, but for her freedom and her freedom only. At the end of the episode, Blair begins a relationship with Dan.
In "Con Heir", Chuck invites his uncle, Jack, back to New York to thank him for saving his life in the car accident by donating blood, but starts to doubt Jack's story when Chuck investigates and learns that Jack was recently diagnosed positive with Hepatitis C, and a test on Chuck turns to be negative.
Chuck is more interested in the man in the picture with Elizabeth — his face is cut out, but his tattooed arm is still visible.
Jack Bass has exactly the same tattoo. It all comes to a head in "Raiders of the Lost Art", when he, Blair, Serena, Nate and Lola team together to crack the code in Diana's day planner — the code they believe will lead them to Jack Bass.
They end up at a brothel that Diana is in charge of. Diana realizes that they are there and has the event shut down. During the chaos, Blair searches one of the rooms, still looking for Jack, and is shocked by what she sees.
Blair later tells Chuck to re-enter the building once everyone is gone, which he does, and it is revealed that Bart Bass is still alive.
Bart reveals that he faked his death to save Chuck and Lily, and has been hiding from everyone for the past three years.
The car crash actually happened, and that it was ordered by one of Bart's enemies. When he was in the hospital, he paid the doctor to say he died and then recruited Diana Payne to help him hide.
Diana kept Bart informed of when Chuck was in trouble, so when Chuck was in the hospital, Bart was the one who donated his blood to save Chuck.
Bart tells Chuck that the most he did was 'redecorate' and give everything up for Blair. After this, Blair declares her love for Chuck, admitting she finally really wants them to be together.
Chuck rejects her in anger, shadowing the words she once said to him: "I don't want to be Mr. Blair Waldorf.