Okay, let me get this straight. You want me to cancel on Vanessa, who's going to be justifiably furious, to write a Snow White Lady Gaga musical directed by Blair Waldorf?


Dan: What is she doing here?
Blair: Silly! I'm the producer. Co-star. And director.

Don't look now, but those are the JV mean girls.


Nate: Tripp? Really? Two months ago you were all over Carter Baizen. Tripp has sacrificed so much to get where he is. We all have. He can't just throw it away on you.
Serena: He's fighting it, and so am I. I can literally feel my heart thump when I see him. I haven't felt this way since I was 13 and saw Jude Law in Alfie.
Nate: Well you're not 13 anymore, Serena.

Serena: I think I'm about to get involved with a married man.
Nate: Why am I the only one you can talk to?
Serena: Because it's Tripp.

Don't forget yourself, Congressman. Your marriage could wind up in a million little pieces.

Tripp: I've been a little ... distracted.
Serena: Tell me about it.
Tripp: Last week ...
Serena: Nothing happened.
Tripp: Then why does it feel like it did?

Olivia: Being a movie star has a certain cachet.
Blair: I may have read that at the dentist.

Blair: Olivia! Just the starlet I was hoping to see!
Olivia: Hi Blair. Does Dorota need to use my outlet for your towel warmer again?

Don't worry, Dad. I'm over Upper East Side guys. I'm looking to expand my horizons.


I don't care how much money it is. Look, KC, Bitches of Eastwick is a terrible idea.


Nate: A threesome?!
Dan: Yup, just me, Olivia, Vanessa, two girls, four boobs and one Dan Humphrey. How awesome am I?
Nate: How stupid can you be?
Dan: What?
Nate: Look, I know things. I've been to Europe. Chuck Bass is my best friend. The third person is supposed to be a complete stranger!

Gossip Girl Season 3 Quotes

We make our own fortunes, and call them fate. And what better excuse to choose a path than to insist it's our destiny? But at the end of the day, we all have to live with our choices ... no matter who's looking over our shoulder.

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As a famed literary critic once told Oprah, memory is subjective. It can be embellished or denied. But as James Fray knows all too well, the truth always comes out.

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