Blair takes matters into her own hands to help Serena deal with the manipulative and evil Georgina Sparks who threatens to expose Serena's secret. Lily, while keeping Rufus in her mind, ...
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Blair takes matters into her own hands to help Serena deal with the manipulative and evil Georgina Sparks who threatens to expose Serena's secret. Lily, while keeping Rufus in her mind, prepares for her wedding with Bart Bass that is designed to be the Upper East Side's social event of the year. Serena finally tells Dan the whole truth about her past and about Georgnia and they try to work things out. But Dan is guilt-ridden after having cheated on Serena with Georgina and wonders if it is already too late. An unexpected guest shows up at Lily and Bart's wedding. Also Blair manipulates matters so that Georgina goes "somewhere where she can do no harm". As the end of the school year approaches, Blair plans to go somewhere with Chuck. Written by
Georgina Sparks mentions having lasted longer than 'Lindsey Lohan' in rehab. Lohan was originally going to play Blair Waldorf in a Gossip Girl movie before it changed into the television series it is today. See more »
This episode has Chuck give a good speech at his father's wedding. He says: 'In the face of true love you don't just give up even if the object of your affection is begging you to.' I know that I have tried chasing after a true love in the past who has never responded to my letters. This is discouraging, and I've ended up giving up. However, I have consistently followed my dream and not given up on my childhood ambition. Maybe I'm more in love with my dream than I have been with any person.
After the speech, Blair tells Chuck he doesn't belong with anyone, even though he went on to say that 'one day I hope I'll be lucky enough to find someone' who won't give up on me. I know that a lot of people have given up on me, but that's what makes Serena so attractive. She doesn't give up on Blair, and even tells her that she is willing to fight alongside of her to make the relationship work.
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