Gossip Girl (season 6)

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Gossip Girl (2007-2012) is an American teen drama television series based on the popular novel series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar which originally aired on The CW. It stars Blake Lively and Leighton Meester in the roles of Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf, respectively. Narrated by the omniscient yet unseen blogger "Gossip Girl", the series revolves around the lives of socialite teenagers growing up on New York City's Upper East Side who attend elite academic institutions while dealing with friends, family, jealousy, and other issues.

Monstrous Ball [6.05]Edit

Blair: So the whole time you refused to speak to me for choosing Chuck, you were cheating on me with Serena.
Dan: It was only once, and you heard the tape, she manipulated me into it.
Blair: In order to claim date rape, you have to say no.
Dan: She told me, you chose Chuck. Which turns out, wasn't even a lie, you just didn't have the decency to tell me yourself.
Blair: I intended to. But I respected you enough not to sleep with him until I did. I thought Chuck sleeping with Jenny was the most despicable thing someone could do to me. But this is worse, because you pretended to be better. At least I ended up with the right person.
Dan: You ended up with no one. Chuck is never going to be finished fighting with his father and that ring around your neck? Never going to be on your finger.
Blair: I would rather be with no one than with you.

It's Really Complicated [6.08]Edit

Blair: Did someone order a thanksgiving spread?
Chuck: You just cost my dimwitted doorman his holiday bonus.
Blair: Don't blame him. I told him you called for a stripper and obviously, I'm a convincing one. I've come to kidnap you and bring you to Serena and Dan's Thanksgiving.
Chuck: I'm not going anywhere you are, unless you want me to call security.
Blair: Don't be a Grumpy Gus. Bart and Lilly won't be there. Come on, let's get you cleaned up.
Chuck: What part of our last conversation do you not understand. As long as I cannot defeat my father, we can never be together.
Blair: Just because we can't live happily ever after, doesn't mean we can't have a little fun once in a while.
Chuck: We made a pact. Need I remind you, what that means?
Blair: But it's been too long since Monaco. Pocahontas needs her John Smith.
Chuck: I always thought of myself as a more John Rolfe kind of man.
Blair: That's my Chuck. You can play both, after dinner.
Chuck: And you're sure Lilly and Bart are gone?
Blair: They are. And now, so is my appetite. When was the last time you showered?
Chuck: Only if you'll join me.

Serena: [Reading Dan's chapter on her] "Serena is nothing, she's a golden shell. give her love and she'll do anything you want."
Dan: Serena, I know you're upset-
Serena: "With daddy issues like these, it's not hard to push the right buttons and once you do, the most powerful girl on the upper East Side has no power at all." I would understand if you had written this in the spring. You were so mad at me then. Why would your write this now?
Dan: Why-why not now? It's no less true than it was then.
Serena: I'm confused. So, has everything that's happened since Cotillion been a lie? The Vespa? The bar? Did you ask someone to stop the elevator?
Dan: Vanya...I told him I was trying to win you back. But everything I've said...about how I feel is the truth.
Serena: That's not possible. That doesn't make sense. You couldn't say these things about me if you loved me. I invited you into my home, Dan, and my world. And then you just humiliate me.
Dan: That is the issue. "My world."
Serena: Oh come on! It's a figure of speech.
Dan: No, it has always been your world and you've never let me forget it. I've always been a visitor. The poor kid from Brooklyn who you've never seen as an equal to you.
Serena: Okay, so this is your payback. Do you feel better about riding the subway to school since you made a fool of me to everyone?

Blair: Are you okay?
Serena: I don't know. But you can gloat. You were right.
Blair: For the first time ever I'm sorry I was. Well, ninety percent of me is sorry. Ten percent of me is glad I was right.
Serena: Thanksgiving is ruined once again.
Blair: Are you kidding? What is Thanksgiving without a side of drama? And pie. Apple or pumpkin?
Serena: Both.

Blair: I just got your text. What happened?
Chuck: Lily has finally seen the light. She's going to help me take down Bart. Will you go to war with me?
Blair: I thought you'd never ask.

New York, I Love You XOXO [6.10]Edit

Jack: So, you kill him [Bart] or not? Cause if you didn't running sure makes it looks like you did.
Blair: Chuck did nothing wrong.
Chuck: That's not entirely true. I didn't help him. Who shoved who first, who got hit, I don't even remember.
Blair: It was self defense. Bart tried to kill you on that plane.
Chuck: I saved myself and I fought back. I don't feel guilty but it doesn't mean I'm not. Anyway, Bart made it clear, he owns Captain Donelly.
Blair: [To Jack] Can you help us get out of here? A nice deserted island with no extradition treaties. [To Chuck] We don't need money, we can, live off the land.
Jack: As much as I'd love to see you spear fishing in a coconut bikini, I uh, I had another thought. Were there cameras up on that roof?
Chuck: Bart turned them off.
Blair: Because he was going to kill you.
Jack: So who saw you up there?
Chuck: Him and Blair.
Blair: And I won't say a word, even if they torture me, I won't speak.
Jack: I, ah, I actually had a different kind of torture in mind. Marriage! Spousal privilege means a wife cannot be forced to testify against her husband.
Chuck: Not like this Blair.
Blair: Why not? We're in love and one way or another, we both achieved our goals. And every trembling bone in my tired and scared body wants to marry you.
Jack: It's twisted but it's uh very...you. [Leaves]
Blair: Jack is right. Chuck and Blair hold hands. Chuck and Blair go to the movies. You said you never wanted us to be boring, well we definitely aren't that now.
Chuck: I was a stupid, child when I said those things. [Stands up and slowly removes the engagement ring from Blair's necklace] Life with you...could never be boring. [Gets down on one knee] Blair Cornelia Waldorf, will you marry me?
Blair: [Through tears of joy] Yes. Yes, I will. [They kiss]

Cyrus: [Officiating the wedding ceremony] Do you, Chuck take Blair to be your lawfully wedded wife?
Chuck: Three words, eight letters.
Cyrus: Blair, do you take Chuck to be your lawfully wedded husband?
Blair: One word, three letters. Yes!
Cyrus: Then, by the power vested in me by the great state of New York, I now pronounce you man and wife you may kiss the bride!

Gossip Girl/Dan Humphrey:[Dan's final chapter, revealing Gossip Girls Identity.] The Upper East Side was like something from Fitzgerald or Thackeray. Teenagers acting like adults. Adults acting like teenagers, guarding secrets, spreading gossip, all with the trappings of truly opulent wealth. And membership in this community was so elite, you couldn’t even buy your way in. It was a birth right. A birth right I didn’t have, and my greatest achievements would never earn me. All I had to compare to this world was what I'd read in books but that gave me the idea. If I wasn’t born into this world – maybe I could write myself into it. I overheard enough conversations to be able to mimic the language of the Constance girls but every writer needs his muse. And it wasn’t until that photo of Serena in that white dress that I knew I had something strong enough to actually create a legend and launch a website. Within weeks, I was getting dozens of emails with stories about Upper East Siders, so I posted them anonymously, and then I got more. Before long, it was a monster– everyone was sending tips. And when Serena came back from boarding school, I wrote my first post about me: Lonely Boy, the outsider, the underdog. I might have been a joke, but at least people were talking about me.

[The series' last lines]

Gossip Girl: You may be rid of Dan Humphrey, but you'll never be rid of me. There will always be someone on the outside wanting to get in. Who am I now? That's one secret I'll never tell. XOXO, Gossip Girl.