First off, I know Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) is pregnant, but what’s going on with her wardrobe on the show these days? Whatever she’s wearing is just disastrous. I would have expected her to be dressing in some more flowy clothing due to her condition, not some camel-toe jacking high-waist cinching bell-bottoms. Anyway, she and the precious prince Louis finally spill the beans on their upcoming family and the evil step-sister Beatrice (Roxane Mesquida) is ready to cause some trouble.
Serena Van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) is pressured to pick up the rights to Dan Humphrey (Penn Bagdley)’s book for an upcoming movie, and she solemnly obliges. At first Dan is incredibly gracious that Serena forgave him, but in another minute he finds out from his agent that his book might get picked up by the famous director Harvey Weinstein. Is Serena finally realizing that she doesn’t have Dan in the palm of her hands anymore? Her boss serves it to her on a cold plate. “If something doesn’t fall right into your lap, Serena, you don’t have a clue how to work for it.”
Blari continues to fight with Louis’ mother Sophie on how the baby is going to be raised. “I feel like I’m starring in Rosemary’s Baby.” Forget the wedding plans, aren’t we getting a little ahead of ourselves? Louis’ sister Beatrice finally gets her way when Louis decides to stand up to his mother (finally) and go solo with Blair. Is that such a great idea with all her secrets thus far? Blair catches Louis on her computer in her room. Looks like he pieced together the letter from the clinic on the baby’s stats. Remember that? It looks like the Waldorf household never takes out the trash.
Oh yeah, and Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) tries to get fresh with an older (and Asian) psychiatrist. She totally turns him down as she should, I mean, does he really expect her to just throw herself on him on her own office couch? Please. I’m getting sick of his bad boy character he does so horribly. Looks like this doctor does a bit more than mental therapy. Prince Louis calls her for a special project. Is she a secret agent by night?