Episode Synopsis: See Chuck pursue Blair. Run Blair, run! See Jenny ruin lives. Run everyone, run! See Dan punch Chuck. Bad Dan, bad! See Chuck get mugged and shot in an alley in Prague's red-light district. Die Czech muggers, die!
You know who looked Awesome in this episode? NYC, that's who. What a great shot!
Nice dress with a very flattering cut. I'd buy this for myself in a heartbeat. I love how the lime bag picks up the details in the dress.
This coat would make me look sick (and that's sick as in "unwell", not "sick" in the way the kids are using it these days) however, Blair wears it well.
But when paired with lemon shoes...well, she starts to resemble a 7-UP can.
Unlike Serena, Blair knows to pair Tight with Blousy, as with this body hugging skirt and forgiving top. Are you watching, Serena?
But Blair's not perfect. Just as with the Sprite outfit, Blair Bear goes one step too deep into Costume Land with the addition or a straw beret and sailor capelet. Oh, Blair.
Hello! This is a wakeup call I could get used to (although I never did figure out what was on that tray. They don't appear to be demitasse cups...scotch?)
A pinstripe wool coat? Why of course I own one. In fact, I own several. Wait five minutes and I'll buy the whole company.
Chuck's three-piecing it. He looks like a younger version of Roger Sterling.
Do my eyes deceive me, or is this the third suit Chuck has worn in one 12-hour period? Sometimes too much of a good thing is just too much.
Even when paired with a pink paisley bowtie that's reminiscent of Chuck from seasons yore.
But now he's dead.
Haha, I'm just kidding! Without Chuck, there is no Gossip Girl, and we all know it's returning for Season Four. Chuck is just sleeping.
Lovely Lily, she never disappoints. I don't think she's ever worn a single bad thing.
It almost makes up for the bad parenting. I just love the texture on this coat. She keeps it casual with a men's sized wristwatch.
Mom? How much longer will we have to live with these schlubs?
Not long now, dear. One down, two to go.
Speaking of absentee parents, Eleanor pops in for this episode wearing a fitted suit. It's fine, but Eleanor needs some pizzazz in her wardrobe. Hey, Jenny's not doing anything! She can design something for you, Eleanor! Eleanor? ...Eleanor?
While I was a little disturbed that Dorota's employers were in her delivery room, it did give Cyrus a chance to utter his catchphrase...
Poor Wallace Shawn. He'll forever be Vizzini, the Sicilian criminal genius.
Luckily for Dorota, she will not always be pregnant.
Poor dear doesn't have a maternity coat! I'm fairly certain she's worn this coat before....what are the Waldorfs paying her?