In only one year, 1916, did the candidate favoured in the betting the month before the election, Charles E Hughes, end up losing, and that in a very tight race.

Meanwhile, Chuck enters into a potentially life-altering agreement; and Nate's financial woes put him in unfamiliar territory.

This show is one of the few that I rate 5 out of 5.

Modern betting markets are likely to provide better forecasts than they have done ever before.

High school is over for the privileged former students at an exclusive prep school on Manhattan's Upper East Side, but Gossip Girl still shares text-messaged scoops on scandals and heartache.

I have to admit I was a bit reluctant to start watching it because I thought it would be a really shallow show about a bunch of rich people dealing with stupid problems and pointless drama.

After having watch it I guess my presumptions weren't completely wrong, but the thing is that it is really entertaining.

To anyone who enjoys watching the rich and glamorous clash, this show is a gem.

Blake Lively and Leighton Meester play Serene and Blair, two best friends who's rocky friendship in New York makes for drama.

Because it's a drama it's obvious that things are always going to happen to screw things up for the characters but they do it in a very good way on Gossip Girl.