Chuck invites her to stay the night -- "You're not kicking me out into the street?" she says, tellingly -- and Blair arrives. He comes running out, promising there's nobody in the bedroom, and Jenny -- after finding a tiny bag from a jewelry store on the nightstand, and peeking inside -- strips the bed and quietly disappears. Blair gives another nutty speech. "I wasn't going to show up, I was resolved not to. Every bone in my body tried to slow me, every voice in my head screamed Don't! But I didn't listen. I followed my heart, because I love you. I can't deny that our path has been complicated, but in the end, love makes everything simple." Chuck, terrified, tries to make everything perfect. Jenny, having now gotten everything she ever wanted, fades to black. Blair wanders back into her movie and wonders why she wasted so much time in the real world.
Down in the hospital chapel, Jenny looks a mess. Sort of like when S killed that guy, but even more sticky and scary and awful. Eric comes looking for her, and promises that he'll always be there for her, but she's not so sure about that. "You say that now. But I'll do something to let you down. Then you'll turn your back like everybody else: My dad. Dan. Nate. Serena. Blair. Everybody hates me! Even Chuck." It takes Eric a minute to figure out what went down tonight, and then he's just grossed out for her. A pretty cover of "The Funeral" plays as he figures it out.
"Jenny, why would you... Why would you do that?" Eric compares it favorably to Damien, but Jenny admits that she didn't do it with Damien. "I wanted to wait. I wanted it to be special." And instead she wasted it on their brother, because she was alone and he was alone, and they wanted to forget, but mostly because Jenny has been doing the same thing, over and over, all season long, and nobody was reacting. Her virginity was for Nate. She knew it, we knew it; he knew it. And because that's the way it had to be, Jenny did what Jenny does: Stepped outside the story, broke it. Smashed the pieces. Hoping somebody would notice and see how far she's gone. Brilliant.