Emma goes full-on Jenny Humphrey about like, "Wow! A limo!" and "This is exactly how I wanted to lose my virginity!" but he stops her when she tries to tell him her name. "Spotted: Bass taking the bait..." -- Emma climbs onto him with a businesslike focus that will serve her well -- "... Jailbait, that is!" Then, a commercial for Twilight: "She's a lesbian, he's incredibly gay. Come see the love that lasts forever, until a devil baby eats your spine. Sparkle on!"
Blair's stressing about the missing Chuck, all, "Text him again, before he screws that girl and any other chance that I had of getting into Yale!" Heh. Serena's once again got it well in hand: "I've texted him six times. I put out an APB on Gossip Girl with Emma's Facebook picture on it. Every girl in Manhattan will be on the lookout." Then Chuck comes back in and Blair attacks him wondering what he did to her. "Hey! She assaulted me and demanded I deflower her!" That does sound kind of scary. B says devirginating girls in the back of limos is his specialty, and he grins: "Just so you know, while there are few things I consider sacred, the back of the limo is one of them. When she realized she couldn't ride this thoroughbred, she bolted." B makes a grossed-out face, and he says she's headed downtown in a cab. Serena says Iz just texted that the bartender at 1oak said E. Boardman just used her credit card there," so Blair drags them both out of there and away from the sad gala downstairs.
Where Nate is standing with Jenny near the red carpet and paparazzi, having one of those Nate things where he forgets what's going on so that exposition can happen, like, he actually goes, "Jenny, what are we doing here at the Palace?" The thing in question where the guerilla fashion will take place is the New York Philanthropic Society's annual gala. Oh no! "I'm no fashion expert, but shouldn't the people seeing your show be, like, not friends with my mom?" Jenny shakes her head and lays down some knowledge. "We're looking for financial backers. Everyone is gonna be here tonight. Fortune 500 CEO's, LVMH, PPR, Hearst... We're looking for people with money, who can get us press." Nate is impressed, and Jenny blows that off: "Sometimes the ends have to justify the means!" OMG, maybe she's also confused about "guerilla" in this context. I always thought the Teen Revolution would be televised. "Here, I pulled you a suit on the way out. It would really mean a lot to me if you stayed." Nate thinks desperately about everything, like how come she has a bespoke suit ready to go in his measurements when most of her outfits seem to be riots of color with simple orthogonal lines and a bunch of crap glued to them, but before the thoughts reach his forebrain, she's giggled and run off. That's a trick she learned from Agnes!