Rhodeses: "[A sort of grinding, screeching sound, like a coal-burning freight train throwing sparks.]"
Ivy: "I didn't ask her for anything, I just hung out with her! She was cool!"
Rhodeses: "[A screaming comes across the sky.]"
Ivy: "She was lonely! It is because you are bitches!"
Rhodeses: "[A thousand harpies descend on the ranks of their enemies.]"
Ivy: "You know what, fuck this. You're making an enemy right now."
Rhodeses: "You are a carpetbagger! You tricked and fooled and murdered her!"
Ivy: "First of all, that's ludicrous. The only person I've ever murdered is Max. And secondly, she called my by my name. That icy old queen saw through each and every one of us. She is like those boob cat ladies in NeverEnding Story, and I'm the only one who passed."
Rhodeses: "If only we had integrity."
Ivy: "I am going to ruin both of you for being so mean on what was already a tough day."
Chuck: "I thought all my horrible behavior was my own fault, but now I see we must blame Daniel Humphrey!"
Blair: "...No, honey. You're still accountable. And it's not really about that anyway."
Chuck: "But you're to be annulled! And I am rich and you are poor now! It's genius! I'll never hit you again!"
Blair: "Listen, you crazy little nugget. I get it. I get where you are coming from, and I don't begrudge you anything. Frankly, I don't begrudge Louis anything either. When Humphrey disclosed his implication in all this, it was like a blister being popped, and suddenly I was able to see everything from a new perspective. That's why it's called radical honesty. If there's one thing his inauthentic Brooklyn organic bullshit is actually worth, it's the idea that there's something underneath the burlesque -- even if searching for it becomes its own kind of performance. So I am going to be honest with you, and with myself, and you won't even hear me talking but I have to say it anyway. I love you, but I am not currently in love with you. And you deserve more than that. You deserve reality. So do I."
It's like she's on the other side of glass, suddenly. He can see and hear her, but she's joined a new world and a different order. I don't know if she'll succeed -- Serena's been trying to negotiate this since we met her and she's about to fall asleep again; it's asking a lot, it's asking the rest of your life when you go here and try this -- but I do think it's time to try. Time to wake.