The shadowy and unseen 'Gossip Girl' takes pleasure in reporting that Serena was spotted by one of GG's Web contacts buying pregnancy tests at a local pharmacy. Of course, on the Upper East...
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The shadowy and unseen 'Gossip Girl' takes pleasure in reporting that Serena was spotted by one of GG's Web contacts buying pregnancy tests at a local pharmacy. Of course, on the Upper East Side, the truth is often even juicier and more scandalous than the gossip when Dan's sister, Jenny, learns that Serena was purchasing the tests for Blair who fears she might be pregnant from her trysts with Nate. But things get worse when Nate finds out that Chuck has been having an affair with Blair and both nearly come to physical blows, and Blair becomes ostracized by the rest of her clique as her reputation of a slut becomes more known. Meanwhile, Rufus, in an attempt to cheer himself up following his breakup with Lily, goes on a date with his art gallery sponsor, Bex, to a local bar. Written by
When Rufus is calling Becks on the phone, you can certainly see the Nokia type of phone menu; therefore, there was no on-going phone call. See more »
Looks like the virgin queen isn't as pure as she pretended to be. Who's your daddy, B, baby daddy that is. Two guys in one week, talk about doing the nasty, or should I just say being nasty.
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This is a really good episode. It begins with Blair telling Jenny to move down a few steps. It reminds me of when I went to join a table at a city church in London only to find some of the diners discreetly moving to another table taking their dinner plate with them. Their physical action told me to move down a few seats or tables, but no words were exchanged.
Secondly, Jenny tells Dan to tell Serena again that he loves her, and gives the example that their dad is old and alone because he didn't tell the woman that he loves that he loved her. I remember when I wrote a love letter to a soulmate and never got a response. Sometimes you can end up old and alone even if you do tell the one that you love that you love them.
Dan has a great line when he says: 'Why don't you tell me what's on your mind, so that it can be on our minds, and we can both worry about what's on your mind together.' That is such a great line. Companionship is all about sharing happiness and sadness, conversation and silence together.
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