Jenny wanders backstage with a huge flash drive, and runs into Agnes who's standing with a cute little dork named Stuart at the controls: "This is Stuart. He's in love with me." He takes off his ear cans and smiles, and Jenny's like, "Stuart? You're about to be fired?" Agnes says not to let the looks fool you, because he's also in the Teen Revolution: "Yeah, well, he was gonna quit anyway to be a professional gamer." She really is like the teenage anti-fairy godmother, isn't she? Or like this evil Oprah who just goes around saying, "It's entirely possible that you're a prodigy! Check under your chair and see what pipe dream you have won!" She runs off to check on the models -- "Stuart, take this. Do not do anything gross to my friend" -- and he grins. She gives him this look like, "Um, okay," even though if she were in the real world and not Agnes's weird Penny Lane world where nothing has consequences, she would be alllll over it.
Rufus screams and yells and paces, doing his best father impersonation, and they can't find Nate, and Dan finally remembers to check GG, which tells him where they are but also that they are make-out friends, and screams WHAT? He slams the computer closed before they see it, and Gossip Girl kind of lazily wonders if Vanessa is going to predictably freak out, because why else is she even here, but I'm so sure V would hold it against Jenny anyway. They jump in a cab and Rufus is half-irritating, half-adorably befuddled, yelling at the driver to go faster and offering him like single dollar bills, while Dan dances around not telling Vanessa why he has just now decided that Nate is a bad bad man and not a good person like Vanessa and Dan, and ignores another call from Jordan Steele. When they get to the party, Rufus is thankfully turned away, but Lily walks up just in time to get him into the party, and then Bart walks up like, "Did we not discuss this, about no more Rufus?" and she shushes him and pulls him to the bar to get a drink.
Blair has a short discussion with God about how awesome he was for making Emma's mommy a whore, and Serena's like, "Don't worry, we'll find Emma soon." B scoffs, because who cares about Emma at this point, and Serena goes, "Blair, no. This poor little girl's mother is having an affair. No wonder she's acting out." B cannot find it in herself to care when she's got a golden ticket in her phone. Serena tells her no blackmailing a family in crisis, and B fully goes, "Serena, open your eyes! This is a sign from God! He wants me to do this!" I love it when God and Blair cook up their little plans. It's been a while. Serena continues to worry about the disintegrating Boardman family, and B pins the tail on that donkey pretty damn quick: "No argument there, they're even more screwed up than yours."