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Double Identity 

Blair is pursued by a handsome young man she suspects is part of Monaco's royal family. Chuck adjusts to a fresh start in Paris with a mysterious new woman, Eva.

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Nate Archibald
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Jenny Humphrey (credit only)
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Lily van der Woodsen
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Rufus Humphrey
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Louis Grimaldi
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Inspector Chevalier
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Alphonse
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Blair is pursued by a handsome young man she suspects is part of Monaco's royal family. Chuck adjusts to a fresh start in Paris with a mysterious new woman, Eva.

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Drama | Romance

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20 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Chuck's new identity as commoner Henry Prince is inspired when he spots a copy of the Shakespeare play Henry V. In that play Henry V assumes the role of a commoner on the eve of battle to see how his soldiers are feeling. See more »

Goofs

Blairs say 'I could care less about Chuck', a grammatical mistake by Leighton Meester; the script read 'I couldn't care less about Chuck'/ See more »

Quotes

Vanessa Abrams: Stop talking.
Dan Humphrey: You know I'm not good at that.
Vanessa Abrams: I think I can help.
[they kiss]
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Connections

References Double Indemnity (1944) See more »

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Je Ne Te Connais Pas
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