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Gossip Girl: Season 5, Episode 23 :: The Fugitives

This week on Gossip Girl (Season 5, Episode 23), Chuck frees his dad from his life in hiding. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “The Fugitives,” which aired on May 7, 2012, to discover what you missed. Back to Article

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-B l i s s .
-B l i s s . wrote:
2012-08-03 08:42:25 -0700

I LOVE THIS SHOW ♥

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worldqweencc
worldqweencc wrote:
2012-05-09 13:34:04 -0700

Tongue Out not so cool but its...O.K.

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I'mma Belieber
I'mma Belieber wrote:
2012-05-08 14:12:19 -0700

idk but i think Yes

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