Gossip Girl decides to liven things up at the Constance Billard and St. Jude's graduation by sending out a shocking and damaging email blast in the midst of the commencement ceremony, stirring Serena to come up with a plan of attack. The Mean Girls; Nelly, Isabel, Penelope, etc, challenge Jenny to throw her hat in the ring to succeed Blair as Queen Bee next year. Meanwhile, Lily and Rufus finally makes amends meet and get engaged and move in together. With Blair's blessing, Jenny becomes the new queen. Chuck finally admits his love to Blair and the two reconcile. As the summer draws near, Nate decides to go on the backpacking trip with Vanessa. Georgina returns to town having recovered/re-stole all of Dan's money, and she also requests Blair for a roommate at NYU. Carter Baizen also shows up and reveals to Serena where her biological father is. In the end, Serena is going to Brown, Blair, Dan, Vanessa, and Georgina are going to NYU, and Nate is going uptown to Columbia, and Lily and ... Written by
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Blair's speech to Jenny about being queen involves mentioning how Anne Boleyn (a once Queen of England) thought only with her heart and got her head chopped off. Though this is historically questionable, it seems that Blair was referring more to herself than the sixteenth century Queen. Blair thought with her heart alone and tried to have both Nate and Chuck in the first season. She then got dethroned by her friends because they didn't like her cheating on Nate. See more
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Serena van der Woodsen just couldn't leave well enough alone. Since she had the nerve to try to find out the truth about me and who I am, I'm going to tell you the truth about EVERYONE. Every gossip bomb I've got is about to drop and if you got a problem with that, take it up with her. Ever wonder why Miss Carr really left town? Dan Humphrey had sex with her during the school play... the sparks between Humphrey's sis and Nate during a hot photo session... thank God it ...
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