Sorry I'm late ... Blair? Blair Waldorf! Oh my God! I can't believe it! We're roommates!

Georgina

Blair: Let's make it clear from the start. We don't know each other here.
Dan: [pauses] Works for me.
Vanessa: Me too.

It's not Constance, Blair. The only queens at NYU are the ones with tickets to see Liza at Carnegie Hall.

Chuck

Blair: You are so sweet to see me off. I can't believe NYU orientation week is here!
Chuck: I have to object to you living in the dorms. Florescent lighting, communal showers, public school girls. There's a place for that, and that is the back of a video store.

Every fall confident high school seniors transform into nervous college freshmen. They leave their parents' homes for the hallowed halls of higher education. Like any new venture, the new journey represents opportunity to conquer new territory. Or to be a little less lonely. But just because the opportunity presents itself doesn't mean everyone is ready to take it.

Gossip Girl

Blair: I feel like I got off on the wrong foot here and I'd like to start again. So, thanks for bringing me Humphrey.
Dan: Yeah, well, I'd like to think that if I needed it, someone would do the same for me, although let's be honest, we both know it wouldn't be you. Oh ... no headbands in college.

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Gossip Girl Season 3 Episode 2 Quotes

Every fall confident high school seniors transform into nervous college freshmen. They leave their parents' homes for the hallowed halls of higher education. Like any new venture, the new journey represents opportunity to conquer new territory. Or to be a little less lonely. But just because the opportunity presents itself doesn't mean everyone is ready to take it.

Gossip Girl

Blair: I feel like I got off on the wrong foot here and I'd like to start again. So, thanks for bringing me Humphrey.
Dan: Yeah, well, I'd like to think that if I needed it, someone would do the same for me, although let's be honest, we both know it wouldn't be you. Oh ... no headbands in college.

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