Dorota: "Pinkie only. No more than that, first time. Boy get weird."
Nate: "Pinkie only, or else she'll think it's an accepted part of the routine."
Blair: "See, with Chuck and Louis, even Nate -- and God knows Carter wouldn't have said anything -- I really thought I was holding back on that one."
Dorota: "No. Must be bold. Set precedent."
Nate: "No, see that just hurts. It's like probably a half-an-inch more to the..."
Dan: "Oh, I get it, okay. So... Like that?"
Nate: "Perfect! There you go, buddy! You are battin' a thousand today."
Conclusion: If you're not old enough to talk about it, you're not old enough to be doing it. It was true when my parents said it, it was true when my grandparents said it, and it will be true forever.
Dan: "I really appreciate this, Nate."
Nate: "I ... really appreciate it too, Dan."
Dan: "We are so Don Draper right now."
Dan, taking his leave: "Yeah. That was totally Don Draper, man. Yeah."
Dick Cavett's pretending he's dating Ivy for a funny picture for the 'society pages' when Lily finally comes up all Shark Week.
Lily: "Red wine. At a cocktail party. How very."
Ivy: "You're talking to me! Wonderful. Tell me what I've done wrong."
Lily: "Cocktail parties are about circulating. Red wine is about sitting very still. Why not just have a trampoline party with martini glasses, you piece of couture-staining trash?"
Ivy: "I trust my guests to operate wine glasses properly. That's why you're here, because I want you to know that I trust you."
Lily: "Well. I wouldn't miss a chance to honor my mother. Especially in front of photographers while this will is on the line."
Ivy: "I'd prefer to think of this is as the first day in our new beginning."
Lily: "I'd prefer to think of it more as the last day of the rest of your life."
Ivy: "CeCe loved us. She would want us to be close."
Lily: "The very fact that you said that to me proves you have no idea what you are doing."
Ivy: "We had a wonderful relationship once. I was like the Jenny you never had."
Lily: "Yeah, and the whole thing was a lie, so..."
In a rather well-orchestrated move, Ivy pulls Lily over to have their picture taken together, "for CeCe." Her hair is brassy red, and reaching Serena amounts of volume. It's just like Revenge, isn't it? Only instead of watching a somewhat righteous member of the 99 percent take down rich thugs for our entertainment, we're watching some inconsequential girl with bad taste take down ... the, uh, main characters of the show. Hmm.