She runs to Eric, and he's all nasty about Blair having disappeared, and Jenny, thinking that she has an ally, whines about how this is all because she wouldn't be Blair's Mentee, which is true but not the whole truth, and then Eric tries putting his "plan" into action again. "What if it's all for the best? Don't you think that maybe being Queen isn't worth it?" Jenny tries to explain it one more time, finally leaving in the whole "nobody from Brooklyn" part and how that's why she has to keep proving herself and stealing dresses and selling them at pawn shops and dancing topless with teen models and tossing herself into date rape situations and throwing her sewing machine away again and again and again: Brooklyn. He tells her it's totally not even worth it and yells, "Let it go, Jenny! It's over!" But Jenny -- good girl -- says that's just what Blair thinks, and with her fingerless black lace gloves calls a mysterious person, the better to flip this bitch one last time.
That song "Bitch" includes not only the word itself several times but also the spelling. They are French. So in the elevator, they've both slid down the walls and are sitting in a nest of ripped-up macaroon and scotch packaging and feeling mighty fine. Serena's explaining about Carmen Sandiego and how Dr. vdDubs wouldn't even see her when she and Carter finally tracked him down. Blair asks why Serena didn't explain any of this or see fit to mention the entire storyline she's apparently been having behind everybody's back for the last two years.
Serena smiles, ashamed, and explains that she was embarrassed by the reception from Carmen Sandiego, because Blair has like eleven dads now and they're all completely taken with her, and Rufus won't fucking shut up about Dan and Jenny, and though the Captain is a piece of shit in every single way not even he would turn Nate away from his cell door. "I'm even jealous of Nate's dad," she snorts disgustedly. Blair assures her that Keith's losing out if he doesn't know her, but of course S already knows that: "But I just can't seem to let it go." Blair, who knows a thing or two about compulsive behaviors, is sympathetic. "I keep leaving him messages, and writing letters to addresses I'm not even sure are his..." Blair shakes her head and gives Serena permission to miss her dad, and Serena explains that this is the last thing she wants, which is why it's all so gross.
"All I even remember of him is him going on trips and then coming back and bringing me presents and then one day he ... Didn't come back." Blair is so sad for Serena! Her voice finally starts to crack as she admits how embarrassed she is. "And now it's like I can't seem to get anything right anymore..." Blair nods, because she's been watching; nods, because she gets that. "Between Carter, and the paparazzi, and Brown, and..." She puts her hands in her hair and laughs at herself. "Ugh, and now Tripp?" Blair's back goes completely straight, ready to turn on Serena again, and she asks.