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Gossip Girl: Season 3: Episode 4 -- It's Jenny's first day as Queen Bee. Plus, a famous actress, Olivia Burke (HILARY DUFF - A Cinderella Story), is assigned as Vanessa's roommate. TYRA BANKS also guest stars.


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Original Air Date:
5 October 2009 (Season 3, Episode 4)
On the first day of school at Constance Billard, Jenny is forced to make her rightful place as the new Queen Bee of the Mean Girls... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Blake Lively ... Serena van der Woodsen

Leighton Meester ... Blair Waldorf

Penn Badgley ... Dan Humphrey

Chace Crawford ... Nate Archibald

Taylor Momsen ... Jenny Humphrey

Ed Westwick ... Chuck Bass

Jessica Szohr ... Vanessa Abrams

Kelly Rutherford ... Lily van der Woodsen

Matthew Settle ... Rufus Humphrey

Tyra Banks ... Ursula Nyquist

Hilary Duff ... Olivia Burke

Connor Paolo ... Eric van der Woodsen

Chris Riggi ... Scott Rosson

Deanna Russo ... K.C. Cunningham

Zuzanna Szadkowski ... Dorota Kishlovsky

Tory Burch ... Herself

Georgina Chapman ... Herself
Jeremy Chu ... Indie Kid #2

Valentina de Angelis ... Carmen Fortier (as Valentina Deangelis)

Jason Heymann ... Photographer

Sarah Marable ... Celeste

Meg McCrossen ... Jane Trapp

Ben Rauch ... Tim

Benita Robledo ... Amalia
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

James P. Anderson ... Understanding Limo Driver (uncredited)

Jason Babinsky ... Photographer (uncredited)

Kristen Bell ... Gossip Girl (voice) (uncredited)
Alana Cadiz ... NYU Student (uncredited)

Scott Friend ... K.C.'s Assistant (uncredited)
Laura Kautza ... Mistaken Olivia (uncredited)
Ashley Klein ... Student (uncredited)
Henry Moskowitz ... NYU Hippie (uncredited)
James Schram ... Chivalrous NYU Student (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Mark Piznarski 
Writing credits
Josh Schwartz (developed by) &
Stephanie Savage (developed by)

John Stephens  written by

Produced by
Jonathan C. Brody .... co-producer
Trey Coscia .... associate producer
Leila Gerstein .... supervising producer
Sara Goodman .... consulting producer
Amy J. Kaufman .... producer
Amanda Lasher .... supervising producer
Joe Lazarov .... producer
Bob Levy .... executive producer
Leslie Morgenstein .... executive producer
Joshua Safran .... co-executive producer
Stephanie Savage .... executive producer
Josh Schwartz .... executive producer
John Stephens .... executive producer
Bart Wenrich .... co-producer
Original Music by
Cinematography by
David M. Dunlap (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Rachel Goodlett Katz  (as Rachel Goodlett)
Casting by
Beth Bowling 
Kim Miscia 
Production Design by
Loren Weeks 
Art Direction by
Malchus Janocko 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Johnson .... hair department head
Eve Morrow .... key makeup artist
Liz Reilly .... key hair stylist
Joseph Whitmeyer .... hair stylist
Leo Won .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arianne Apicelli .... second second assistant director
Chris DeAngelis .... second assistant director
Eric Henriquez .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jill Alexander .... property master
Stephanie Q. Bowen .... art pa
Abariss Culjak .... properties
Geoffrey A. Ehrlich .... art department coordinator
Laurel Kolsby .... graphic designer
Robert Ludemann .... additional graphic artist
Talia Mendillo .... scenic industrial
Rachael Weinzimer .... assistant property master
Joel Custer .... props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Vince Balunas .... supervising sound editor
Daniel Brennan .... adr mixer
Devin Joseph .... dialogue editor
Sam C. Lewis .... supervising foley editor
Doug Madick .... supervising foley artist
Daniel McIntosh .... production sound mixer: tandem unit
Jan Petrov .... adr recordist
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Greg Stacy .... sound effects editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Cesar Baptista .... grip
Brendan Lowry .... dolly grip
Jamie A. Marlowe .... assistant camera
Ben Mathus .... camera utility
Hollis Meminger .... camera operator: second unit
Tim Norman .... camera operator
Tom Percarpio .... gaffer
Frank Schumo .... dolly grip
George Selden .... electrician
Francis Spieldenner .... b-steadi cam operator
Donny Stegall .... lighting technician
Robert Strait .... digital imaging technician
Mike Swearingen .... camera loader
Jerome Williams .... camera assist
Matthew Selkirk .... additional digital utility (uncredited)
Animation Department
Michele Watkins .... coordinator: opening titles
Casting Department
Jonathan Clay Harris .... additional casting
Aubrey Villareal .... casting assistant
David Rapaport .... additional casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jessica Chaney .... set costumer
Colleen Ehrlich .... costume coordinator
Brittany Griffin .... costume coordinator
Tonya Huskey .... costume supervisor
Karen McGovern .... key costumer
Samantha Rattner .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Tom Overton .... color timer
Marc Pattavina .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Location Management
John Henry .... location assistant
Randy Manion .... location manager
Colby Shrefler .... location scout
Abby Eon .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Eduardo Ponsdomenech .... music editor
Transcenders .... composer: theme music
Kasey Truman .... music coordinator
Brittany Whyte .... music coordinator
Gregory Sweeney .... music coordinator (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Ronald R. Harrison .... transportation
Richard Presutti Jr. .... transportation
Other crew
Lisa Burrascano .... set production assistant
Mitch Campbell .... assistant to writer
Tiffany Chung .... production secretary
Jake Coburn .... story editor
Stephani DeLuca .... assistant to producers
Christianne Hedtke .... production assistant
Kathryn Stone Hendricks .... unit production assistant
David Hsu .... production assistant
Robert Hull .... executive story editor
Shelby Lackman .... stand in: Hilary Duff
Brendan C. Lynch .... staff production assistant
John Malakoff .... production travel consultant
Elizabeth Pellegrini .... production coordinator
Becky Phillips .... production assistant
Lenn K. Rosenfeld .... executive story editor
CarloVito Santangelo .... production assistant
A. Rachel Tobias .... assistant to executive producer
Heather Verbeke .... production assistant
Marilyn DeJesus .... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Joshua A. Friedman .... production assistant (uncredited)
William Gilfillan .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Megg Sicotte-Kelly .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
Ramona Wong .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stephanie Savage  developed by
Josh Schwartz  developed by

Casting by
Lindsey Hayes Kroeger 
Art Department
Pete Dancy .... assistant props (pilot)
Lee Malecki .... assistant set decorator: SDSA
Philip Saccio .... property master
Sound Department
Jorge Montijo .... sound editor
James Sabat .... sound mixer
Visual Effects by
Kristen Branan .... head of production: Zoic Studios
Camera and Electrical Department
John W. DeBlau .... lighting consultant
Jason Lanci .... electrician
Barry Minnerly .... digital imaging technician
Ronald Paul .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Meredith Markworth-Pollack .... assistant costume designer
Location Management
Heather Gauntt .... location scout
Mike O'Neill .... location scout
Other crew
Alitzah .... adr loop group
Sarah E. Leonard .... production secretary
Christopher M. Lewis .... office production assistant
Anthony Palmini .... office production assistant
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

42 min | USA:42 min (excluding commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Blair Waldorf:Chuck, NYU is not the Upper East Side. They don't care about Constance, or social hierarchy. They don't care that I'm Blair Waldorf! It's over.
Chuck Bass:How can you do this to me?
Blair Waldorf:What are you talking about?
Chuck Bass:I'm Chuck Bass. And I told you I love you. You're saying I'm easier to win over than a bunch of pseudo-intellectual homesick malcontents. You really insult me like that?
Blair Waldorf:That's not how it is.
Chuck Bass:It's exactly how it is. The next time you forget you're Blair Waldorf, remember I'm Chuck Bass. And I love you.
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Gossip Girl 'Dan De Fleurette' Review, 6 October 2009
Author: Elizabeth from Chicago

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

When Blair handed her flame over to Jenny she didn't contemplate on her throwing it in the dump to burn elsewhere. The one thing Constance could tolerate was change especially the type of change Jenny delivered with that rusty speech. Really who was she kidding?

The three girls attempting to replace Hazel, Penelope and Isabel came off as mere imitators. They were a trio we could have done without.

Surely Jenny's epiphany granted Blair an opportunity to ditch her tormented life in NYU and seek higher familiar ground where she once reigned. I actually expected that Blair would move in Constance to take over and she would surely have a face to face duel with Jenny, but my expectations proved to be too high. The three wannabees attempt to throw spiteful slander towards Jenny, was water-down and frankly made me laugh at their endeavor.

We can surely see how Blair feels; she doesn't really have friends and every person she meets at NYU couldn't care less of her whereabouts. She misses Constance and the Queen B treatment she once received. Which explains why she tried to recreate her annual slumber party that expired last season, the one thing that actually gave her status.

It was quite refreshing welcoming our guest stars; Tyra Banks and Hilary Duff to have some Gossip Girl moments with us. Hilary Duff was more reserved and her acting matured since familiar shows like 'Lizzie McGuire' and 'Cheaper by the Dozen'. Hilary Duff's portrayal of Olivia Burke was something we've seen before, but she made her character her own.

An actress who just wants to have a normal life, without the publicity resembled such films like 'First Daughter' meets 'Nothing Hill'. Olivia is fixated on being normal, dating an ordinary guy and simply having the life of a normal teenager.

I believed that Tyra's role was the craziest, especially when she came out arguing about her "Too blue, too pink and too red" outfits she was preparing to wear for the Movie Premiere. Do co-stars often act so out of sort? She still carried her role like the essence of Tyra Banks, which is why Ursula's entrance embraced a certain level of humor.

'Dan De Fleurette' had an essence of glamor and austere moments, but there were also some rushed story lines as well. It felt as though they hurried us through getting to know Olivia Burke, Ursula, their trials and mistrials all in the matter of a few minutes. The scene where Ursula lost her cherished part was forlorn, but it came off as more comedy than drama.

I was happy to see Serena get a job, but I don't understand her obsession to find herself and her resentfulness against Brown. At least we know that Cece is doing well, but the entire ordeal felt like a cover up for Kelly Rutherford to make her premiere in the fourth installment and Cece's presumed illness was fabricated as a play for time.

I actually look forward to seeing Olivia and Dan together, although at some point her publicity could hamper their relationship. She is surely a step up from Georgina; more emotional than physical.

We also know that Nate is going to school so that's also refreshing, but I believe that his study time with his old pal Dan was an excuse to keep Nate in the story. That also points out the little screen time Chace Crawford usually gets on Gossip Girl.

The Georgina revelation with Scott was predictable and could have been done less cheesy, but I did feel Vanessa's despair when Scott proved to be distant.

I always look forward to Chair scenes, but they really needed to mellow down the love talk, we know.

The storyline seems to be going somewhere now. Blair is regaining her control again, Serena is 'finding herself', Chuck has his own hotel business (although there wasn't any advancement there), Dan is moving on and Jenny likes Yogurt again.

The writers have a noticeable formula the put into making this season for the better, but with the exception of the guest star appearances 'Dan De Fleurette' only displayed a portion of the standard I know Gossip Girl usually delivers.

I still don't understand why the photographer would care why he was getting paid to take pictures, just do the job. Even though it was quite obvious that Chuck paid him.

"Aren't you Blair Waldorf?" Right. Blair you actually fell for that one?

Lexa Reviews


Three and a Half Stars

Grade C+


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