Blair is thrilled when her mother, Eleanor, chooses her to be the new face of her clothing line. However, Blair's happiness soon turns to her typical feelings of betrayal and jealousy when ... See full summary »
Sparks fly when spirited Elizabeth Bennet meets single, rich, and proud Mr. Darcy. But Mr. Darcy reluctantly finds himself falling in love with a woman beneath his class. Can each overcome their own pride and prejudice?
Blair is thrilled when her mother, Eleanor, chooses her to be the new face of her clothing line. However, Blair's happiness soon turns to her typical feelings of betrayal and jealousy when Serena moves into the spotlight and Blair finds herself back in Serena's shadow. Meanwhile, Serena and Dan are reminded once again that they come from two very different worlds, and Nate and Chuck indulge in a boys' weekend with the former trust-fund case, Carter Baizen, to blow off steam after Ivy Week, and who gets the guys into trouble with some of his poker player thugs. Elsewhere, Rufus bonds with an attractive art collector, named Bex, whom is interested in his latest painting at the Bedford Avenue Art Gallery where he works. Written by
The only time during the series actor Ed Westwick speaks close to his native accent is in S1E4 during The Lost Weekend pub crawl. When Chuck tells the guys "Remember, don't stick your shillelagh in the wrong pot o' gold". See more »
It might be missing Jenny, but it isn't missing charm!
This was an amazing episode.
It humanizes Blair, Dan, and Serena in a fashion shoot/modeling plot line in which Serena tries to help Blair please her mother more, and Dan tries to figure out if Serena is worth it (this is questioned because of her frenemy friendship with Blair). This helped humanize the perfect Queen B and brooding Brooklyn boy, while showing more necessary flaws in the It-Girl.
Chuck throws and party and someone crashes and makes Nate reconsider the UES world. It makes Chuck more sympathetic and Nate more flawed.
Even with the show missing Jenny it doesn't miss the charm with high end fashion, an amazing party, plus drama, drama, drama!
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