This whole concept: Will never come up again. Mark my words. Because God forbid Louis have a personality of any kind. Do you know how easy it would be? One non-plot scene. Him joking around with Nate, or with Dan, one conversation with Serena, is literally all it would take to give him a personality. He's been on this show longer than Ivy and yet somehow is still even more boring and contrived than she is. Even Raina Thorpe was more interesting than Louis, and she was the most boring creature ever hatched in a lab to do math.
Dan comes to yell at Serena some more, because that's what happens on this show, and before she can explain about the Zuckerberging, he yells about how this is about Sabrina and how ashamed she is because of the horrible shit he wrote about her. Serena laughs at her and says it was actually about his pathetic weak ego and not her self-image at all. And just like every time Dan mistakenly screams at her for no reason, he is surprised. But he won't remember this for next time, no.
Ivy: "Maybe we should make out just for fun and not for an audience."
Nate: "I forgot that was even why. I smoke a lot of pot."
Diana: "Congratulations on kissing Nate, Charlie! You get to be a bridesmaid!"
Nate: "Wait, what?"
Diana: "It's okay, Charlie, he was lying to you too. For I am the girlfriend he was making jealous!"
Nate: "You are?"
Diane runs off for a tart cherry juice and they fight with each other.
Chuck: "Well, if it isn't the good doctor."
Barnes: "I thought you should know I'm gonna shut down my practice."
I guess that really was a story Diana would print. The one about the guy in the dog park. And now, even though her father has all these debts and she barely did anything wrong, Barnes is going to shut down her practice. I guess that's how that's going to go. I guess it's worth never having to listen to Barnes and Louis have conversations with each other in their accents. But first, more wisdom.
"You can change! Do you remember this morning when I asked you about Blair? I was trying to provoke you. But you chose something else, something better. You chose to let go. Continue down that road, and I'll bet you'll find some peace."