And then! Blair gets out of a car wearing an even more hideous dress. BLAIR WALDORF! The girl fashion was invented for! Bubble dresses were never okay! She looks like a floral pink diaper model! She looks like her tuffet has tumors! They undulate like waves of nasty! Inside, the wedding is all a-bustle. Chuck is being super-thinky, so Blair asks how the speech is going. He assures her there won't be a dry eye in the house, and asks after "Whoregina." B assures him the uppance came, and ... that's the end of Georgina Sparks. Never to be mentioned again, in this episode at least. I mean, I guess S visiting Pete's parents was the reconciliation Eric was leading her to, but I really wanted S to give G the chance of becoming human again. It seems cheaper to just leave her there, broken. You create a character, you have the obligation to make that character balance out somehow, or else they're just paper dolls. Like, I think I would have liked Marissa's Oliver storyline even more than I did -- meaning much more than most people -- if they'd given him something to work with, at the end. I mean, it wouldn't have taken much. I expect more from this show, too. Ah well, it was fun watching her go down, and even more fun watching B and Chuck and Dan pull the strings. Still, though. Way to hand over S's one important storyline to a completely different person who deserves her own.
"Dan Humphrey actually lent a hand, it was nice to see him get his dirty for once," says Blair, fussing with Chuck's lapels. "Not sure how much fun he had, though. No one ever enjoys their first time." "Except you," says Chuck, ruining it. "Save me a dance?" Blair grabs his pink floral bowtie (Lily, What are your colors? Bright red? Bright yellow and black whorehouse style? Pink and green floral prints from 1982? This wedding is confusing!) with one hand and rearing back with the other: "Now that Georgina is done, so are you and I. She was the last thing we had in common." She kicks him in the shin and takes off with a dumb "break a leg" joke to which neither of them seem to have given much thought.