Season 2

The Goodbye Gossip Girl

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Gossip Girl: You wanted to meet Gossip Girl? Well, look around. I'm nothing without you. And while most high school friendships fade, it's my hope that what happened today will bond you forever. Now that all my secrets are out, you have a clean slate. Until college. Congratulations, I'm coming with you. Gossip Girl: Serena…

Seder Anything

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Gossip Girl: When you lose hope in a dream sometimes all you're left with is sleepless nights. While some call the doctor for a refill, I find the best solution is a full social calendar. Blair: Just because I lost Yale does not mean I'm wasting my time at a non-Ivy, reading Beloved six times…

The Age of Dissonance

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Gossip Girl: On the Upper East Side all the world's a stage, and the men and women merely players. But once a year, Constance/St. Jude students shed their usual roles and take on new ones for the senior class play. This year's pick? The Age of Innocence. Dan: I just can't believe this is a…

Carnal Knowledge

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Gossip Girl: While Upper East Siders are hitting the snooze button, Blair Waldorf had a rude awakening when the rooster crowed at dawn this morning. Blair: Never, in my 16,982 hours of schooling, have I ever been sentenced to detention. Serena: I can't believe you added up all the hours of class we've had. Makes…

It’s a Wonderful Lie

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Gossip Girl: Winter in New York: A Gossip Girl Checklist to Surviving the Cold. Cashmere stole for ice skating at Wollman Rink. Jacques Torres hot chocolate for window shopping the holiday displays. And the perfect date to the senior snowflake charity ball. Penelope (Amanda Setton): Oh. Hello Weird Documentary Girl. Vanessa (Jessica Szohr): Bye Sad…

The Magnificent Archibalds

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Gossip Girl: For the rest of the country, Thanksgiving is when families come together to give thanks. But on the Upper East Side, the holiday thankfully returns to its roots: lying, manipulation and betrayal. And from what we hear, just like the Indians, someone else is being pushed out of their home. Blair: Even though…