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For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding a TV Couple Scuffle to determine the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years.Today, we talk to the co-creator and writer behind the teen drama Gossip Girl, Josh Schwartz, about the beloved romance between Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf.She hasn’t been in touch.” If Lively got on Snapchat, though, she would know that Serena is splitting time between Mykonos and London.

And once, Blair visited London and they got tea and it was actually sort of nice.(Try not to get too emotional thinking about “three words, eight letters, say it and I’m yours.”) Eager to learn more about the inner workings of the romance, we called up Josh Schwartz — who, along with his frequent creative partner, Stephanie Savage, served as a co-creator and writer of the show — to examine all things Chair.Their romance wasn’t planned when the show was initially being written.“None of that was expected. But it’s one of those great, fun things about making a television series — it’s an evolving, living, breathing thing, and things can easily change on a whim.One that was fraught and often conflict-laden, but ultimately incredibly romantic and fulling for both the characters and the audience.They came into the show as very different kinds of roles, but the chemistry between them took over.” Despite their tumultuous courtship, they were always built to last.“When we went into each season, we asked what could be done with these core relationships — we have Dan and Serena, we have Chuck and Blair — at the center of the show.