Eleanor comes sweeping up to them, and immediately throws her shawl around shivering Jenny, without even a blink of their past history or awkwardness. It's delicious and sweet and so very Eleanor, just like, "Jenny, you look cold," and then the shawl, and then she turns to B like "You've officially made your point, now get your stupid ass home." Blair hems and haws, and her mother pats her back, and Jenny quietly yearns for Eleanor to pat her back, and B's like: Got it. "I'll come... On one condition. Jenny has to go home, too." Aww, this is so great! This is the sweetest little scene. Everybody's being so good and neat and lovely! As Jenny sends halfhearted hate rays in B's direction, Eleanor bustles them both into the car: "Everyone should be where they belong on Thanksgiving. With their families." She mother hens them, her girls, ushering them back into the limo, and offers to drop Jenny home. Man! That scene was like Chrismukkah good!
While Anne wanders hysterically around the room yelling more weird shit at random and being totally ignored by the Captain and Nate, the FBI shows up. Anne throws a fit, and Nate holds her back, and Nate has a very lovely moment with his father before they haul him away, and then Anne and Nate cry in the empty foyer and hold each other up. I always knew Chace Crawford could do this, but if the problem is neither Chace Crawford whom I love nor Nate Archibald whom I love very much, then what the eff is wrong with Nate Archibald?
Nighttime, Vanessa and Chuck head over to Nate's house to see if he's there yet. Yes, the FBI gave back all their frozen assets -- although they still need the electricity turned on -- but more importantly, Nate wants to be totally sincere and tell them how much he loves them. Chuck steps two inches away and blatantly stares at Vanessa and Nate renegotiating their relationship for the eightieth time after quite clearly offering to give them a second, and they agree to maybe go out -- Nate mirrors Jenny's syntax about how they haven't talked in two weeks, which ... No, okay, I just figured that out. He sent that letter to Jenny two weeks ago thinking she would defy Dan's wishes and come find him, but she never got the letter so he thinks they're over, and meanwhile Jenny never got the letter, so she thinks they're over. So when she gets home and finds the letter, she will have to find him immediately, but he doesn't know that yet, so he's thought they're over for two weeks, so he should hook up with Vanessa. Wow, I totally didn't get that. Anyway, they're both down, and then she leaves (with a sweet little pat on Chuck's shoulder) and just before Nate envelopes him in the manhug of all time, Chuck's like, "Let's get drunk (first)." They laugh uproariously and throw their arms around each other anyway.