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: [Eleanor looks at an article about Bart's death
] That's a good picture. Lily should send a thank-you note to the photo editor.
: That sermon was surprisingly thought-provoking. That stuff about life and death, and time on our side being so fleeting. Eleanor Waldorf
: Darling, it's a funeral. What was he supposed to talk about, the stock market?
: [to Blair
] How is Charles holding up? Blair Waldorf
: Who knows? He's not returning any of my calls or texts, but the hotel says that they keep sending up food, so there's something alive in that room.
: Blair, he left us Blair Waldorf
: No mom he left you.
: Blair, you haven't touched your food. My darling what has gotten into you? Blair Waldorf
: Well, I was going to wait until after dinner but I guess now is as good as time as any. Did you call daddy and say that I didn't want to see him this thanksgiving? Eleanor Waldorf
: Of course not! What a ridiculous accusation. Blair Waldorf
: So you didn't tell him that I was so angry at him for leaving, that I didn't even wanna talk to him today? You would know not to invite him. Eleanor Waldorf
: When are you gonna get it through your head, he left us. Blair Waldorf
: He didn't leave us, he left you. Eleanor Waldorf
: That's enough! That's enough. If you wanna take this up with me we can discuss it later after our guests have left. Right now you either eat or you leave the table. Blair Waldorf
: I told you I'm not hungry! Eleanor Waldorf
: Or maybe dessert will change your mind. Blair Waldorf
: Where's daddy's pie? I don't see his pumpkin pie. Eleanor Waldorf
: Well, there was so many delicious choices coming from the caterer, we just sent that one down to the doorman. What is thanksgiving afterall? Now choose one of those amazing desserts.
: This is your family now, get with the program and fast.
: Did you choose Serena over me? You could've picked a stranger; you didn't have to choose my best friend. What, you think I wouldn't have found out? Eleanor Waldorf
: I was going to tell you tonight at dinner. There was no right decision. There wasn't any time. I know you can understand all this. It was mishandled, the whole thing from top to bottom. Blair Waldorf
: You actually want me to agree with you. Eleanor Waldorf
: Bendel's will legitimize this company. It will take everything to the next level, you know how hard I have worked for that. You've always been my biggest supporter, my biggest fan. Blair Waldorf
: I'm your daughter. Eleanor Waldorf
: And as my daughter, I knew that you would forgive me, in time, but if my company had lost this deal because of you, I'd never forgive myself. Blair Waldorf
: I hope you never do.
Serena van der Woodsen
: Morning. Anybody notice the weather today? Blair Waldorf
: What? Serena van der Woodsen
: Take a look outside, B. My first response would be that the sky is a clear blue easy. Blair Waldorf
: Dorota you may be excused now. Serena van der Woodsen
: I can't believe you didn't tell me about you and Nate. Blair Waldorf
: What did he say? Serena van der Woodsen
: Nothing. Chuck did, when I went to see him because I thought maybe he could talk some sense into you. Blair Waldorf
: You had no right to do that. Serena van der Woodsen
: I was trying to help you B. I took a public bullet for you. Let another rumor about me run rampant, the whole school heard, even Dan. Eleanor Waldorf
: What's going on? Serena van der Woodsen
: Ask Blair. Her version of the story's always better.
[looks at Blair
] Serena van der Woodsen
] Eleanor Waldorf
: You alright? Blair Waldorf
: Never been better. Eleanor Waldorf
: Well Serena has. What's wrong? Blair Waldorf
: I don't know. I can't be held responsible for her mood swings. Eleanor Waldorf
: Were you arguing about the possibility that your condition may have returned? Blair Waldorf
: No and it hasn't. Eleanor Waldorf
: I heard you. The other day in your bathroom with the water running. Blair Waldorf
: I'm very stressed and with you and Serena down my throat I can hardly think straight, never mind keep food down. Eleanor Waldorf
: Maybe you just need to take a little break, visit your father. Leon is beautiful this time of year. Blair Waldorf
: Maybe this summer! Eleanor Waldorf
: Summer sounds great, finish your breakfast.
: That's outstanding. Blair Waldorf
: Is it a bong mother? Eleanor Waldorf
: Please. Blair Waldorf
: I didn't take you for a stoner. Eleanor Waldorf
: It's a hooka and it is adorable. It's perfect for my Morocken theme party.
: If you're gonna wear one of my designs, at least tell me so we can have it fitted. Blair Waldorf
: Thanks, mom.
: You are lucky I don't fire you this minute. Jenny Humphrey
: Oh, you are lucky that I don't just quit!