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Eleanor Waldorf (Character)
from "Gossip Girl" (2007)

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"Gossip Girl: O Brother, Where Bart Thou? (#2.13)" (2008)
Eleanor Waldorf: [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.

Cyrus Rose: 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?

Eleanor Waldorf: [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.

"Gossip Girl: Blair Waldorf Must Pie! (#1.9)" (2007)
Eleanor Waldorf: Blair, he left us
Blair Waldorf: No mom he left you.

Eleanor Waldorf: 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.

"Gossip Girl: The Magnificent Archibalds (#2.11)" (2008)
Eleanor Waldorf: This is your family now, get with the program and fast.

"Gossip Girl: Bad News Blair (#1.4)" (2007)
Blair Waldorf: 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.

"Gossip Girl: A Thin Line Between Chuck and Nate (#1.13)" (2008)
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: Fine.
[Serena leaves]
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.

"Gossip Girl: The Handmaiden's Tale (#1.6)" (2007)
Eleanor Waldorf: 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.

"Gossip Girl: Pilot (#1.1)" (2007)
Eleanor Waldorf: If you're gonna wear one of my designs, at least tell me so we can have it fitted.
Blair Waldorf: Thanks, mom.

"Gossip Girl: Pret-a-Poor-J (#2.8)" (2008)
Eleanor Waldorf: You are lucky I don't fire you this minute.
Jenny Humphrey: Oh, you are lucky that I don't just quit!