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After being outed by the maniacal Georgina, he had a few semi-serious relationships before getting mixed up with drugs and the duplicitous, Serena-obsessed Damian.
Around season four, he peaced out to Sarah Lawrence College and only returned for a brief good-bye in the finale (like Jenny).
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Once back in NY, she scores a job at Then: After a Paris meet-cute, Blair and Prince Louis went on a disastrous double date with Serena and his undercover security guard, with Blair throwing a tantrum when she thinks it's Serena who got the prince.
Not all is lost when Louis shows up in New York — with one of Blair's shoes — and the two resume their romance, becoming engaged despite the royal family's deep dislike of Blair.
But psych, that's just the first of her many schemes, from bedding Dan to finding Jesus to faking her baby's paternity.
Maybe Carter settled into life in the desert and sells T-shirts at Coachella now.
Now: Connor, who attended acting school with Taylor Momsen and Then: Brooklyn's resident hip wet blanket, Vanessa mainly functioned as the "angel voice" on Dan's shoulder, but still juggled on-and-off relationships with him and Nate.
Mostly, though, she wore statement necklaces and got involved in schemes that were way above her pay grade.
(Incidentally, among other projects, Blake Lively had two kids and starred in a shark movie and Leighton Meester appeared alongside Then: Blair and Serena were no doubt the Upper East Side's main attraction, but poor little rich boys Nate and Chuck made for fun sideshows (and, at times, sidepieces).
Nate broke Blair's heart, and then had his heart broken by Serena, while Chuck bedded every model and wannabe socialite above 60 Then: Brooklyn rebel Jenny Humphrey never quite fit in with the UES crowd — but that didn't stop her from climbing all the way to the top of those Met steps.