"I don't know, I don't know. I keep trying to figure out what was real and what wasn't. I... it doesn't make any sense," Serena says, because... Serena's weird. Um, it makes total sense? He spinned you right round, baby. It happens. I love it because she honestly thinks there's something else going on here. And for her part, there is: Gabriel seems convinced that he's in love with her too. I guess that magical connection was real? Not that it survived the bottom line, or a basic BS test, but it's hilarious either way. Blair nods sagely: "Feelings never do. They get you all confused. Then they drive you around for hours until they drop you right back to where you started." Nate almost has a thought, but then doesn't.
"I need to fix this," Serena vows, and Nate's all about helping because he wants in on this "help Serena" thing, but also because he is nice. She starts to tell them what is no doubt a brilliant plan with zero chance of failure, and meanwhile Chuck comes home. With Georgina in tow, looking all around for Blair excitedly. "I agreed to give you a ride," he gruffs. "That's all, meals are not included." She swears she's not looking to make a meal of B at this time: "One of the most sacred acts is the ritual of forgiveness!" G chirps, and he is just so incredibly brusque and awesome: "Why is it when you say ritual, I think human sacrifice?" She points out that she's had since this time last year to go after Blair if that's what she wanted, but then Chuck for some reason leaves her unattended in his house so that he can go explain the nonexistent reasons he brought Georgina back to the UES, which by the way he never does, because they are nonexistent.
Blair sits with Serena, very supportive, while Serena babbles and babbles on the phone telling Gabriel's voicemail this lie about how she doesn't know anything about anything, she just wanted to talk to him about a thing, which is that she is fake pregnant. Chuck enters and Blair rolls her eyes, because she knows he's going to jump on her about stealing his limo ("Hope you had an enjoyable ride back on my leather seats") but she shushes him until the phone call is over, by which time he's over it.