Which is -- en passant and sic passim -- why Blair Waldorf and Chuck Bass will never let each other go, but is also why Chuck's staring at Georgie like she just revealed a truly dirty secret. "It's brilliant..." he marvels, and she giggles, "Oh, it's not that hard, it's just flour and paste..." but he's talking about the transformation. "Getting these Jesus freaks to believe you're one of them, so you don't have to go back to boot camp?" He's impressed but she's not having it; she just grins and smiles, shaking her head. "Still the same old Chuck. Why can't you believe that people can change?" He knows they can, but her?
"You're wrong," she ankle-dips. "You know, as bad as bootcamp was, it really gave me time to think about the person I'd become. Scheming, manipulative. It sickened me. So one day I decided to do something about it. I went to church, found Jesus, and I told him all my sins." Chuck's not buying it, but has at least recovered enough to crack, "Bet that was a long talk." She laughs, it's a good one, she gets it, she remembers, she was there. "He forgave me. Look, I know it seems crazy, but for the first time in my life, I'm happy." He sighs, grossed out, and she cocks an eyebrow at him: "But if I know Chuck Bass, you're not here to be reformed." He nods, because after all that they are still equals, and he does respect her, in his way; she doesn't remember Gabriel, but confirms the LYING ABOUT BUTTER. "I've been praying overtime for that one," she ruefully grins about how she roofied Serena that time," but in any case they were back at her hotel by midnight, "Watching The Hills as Serena drooled on my shoulder..." (God, I can't think of anything more wondrous in the entire known universe than watching that show in bed with Serena van der Woodsen. Being on it with her, maybe. But she is not real, and that show is so very real.) He nods gratefully and she shrugs, smiling.
Meanwhile, Poppy and Gabriel cackle and twirl their mustaches, while Serena calls Chuck to tell him about Gabriel's LIES ABOUT BUTTER, and he's like, "I'm on it, I'm coming home to save you," and then notices his limo is gone: Blair took off. "And eventually a queen realizes that a dark prince only has one thing on his mind, and it ain't slaying dragons. So she takes her pumpkin carriage, and goes back to the castle." Maybe Gossip Girl picked up a tick in the woods and this is Lyme Disease making her talk like this.