Dan: Blair. What are you doing here? Did Louis—
Blair: I didn't know where else to go. I wasn't going to come here. I haven't talked to you all summer and you're the only person I know in New York right now. And I really need a friend. If you're still...
Dan: Of course I am. What's going on?

Blair is the one this story's about. I swear to you, if the story ever sees the light of day, you are not going to be happy.

Rufus: Where are you going?
Dan: To find the one person who can help me stop this before it's too late.

Rufus: I don't get it, why would Vanessa steal your story?
Dan: To teach me a lesson. Let's just hope I'm wrong. Which {checks the manuscript} I'm not.

Jeremiah: Read an advance copy of a story that Vanity Fair is running in their next issue. Reminded me of your work. Only better.
Dan: Who wrote it?
Jeremiah: That's the thing. No one knows. Totally anonymous. And everyone's talking about it.
Dan: What's the story about?
Jeremiah: It's a little Wharton and a lot Wolfe. The modern misdoings of upper crust Manhattan. I thought of you because the protagonist's name was Dylan Hunter of all thing. Initials being what they are.

Dan: It's Blair's Save the Date.
Rufus: You're not happy. You guys are still friends, right?
Dan: Yeah. Friends. I wonder if she invited Chuck.
Rufus: If he's anywhere that FedEx can reach.

Dan: Dad! What are you doing here? I thought you'd still be in London helping Jenny set up St. Martin's.
Rufus: She and Eric kicked me out when I didn't know who Sierra Burton was, so I came back here early and thought I'd spend some time with you.

Dan: Listen, if the castle gets lonely, um, you want to watch a movie with a friend.
Blair: I already copied your queue. Our email discourse begins Monday with Hal Ashby's The Landlord. And we'll take it from there.

Dan: So you're really getting married, huh?
Blair: Yes, and you're actually going to be invited. I bet you never thought you'd get to go to a royal wedding.
Dan: Only my own. Do you think you could introduce me to Charlotte Casiraghi?

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