Chuck's note to Blair: I'm sorry for everything. You deserve much better. Don't come looking for me. -Chuck
According to the caller ID on Chuck Bass' cell phone, Blair Waldorf's phone number is 917-555-0135.
The headline of the New York Journal is City Rocked by Death of Bartholomew Bass. The article is about Looking Back at the Legacy of Bart Bass.
Blair: Chuck, am I going to have to stick my finger down your throat? It'll help hold back your hair. (Nate stares at her) What?
Nate: No sorry, Blair. You had me and then you lost me.
Blair: Maybe I underestimate his emotional bond with Kim and Kristy from room-service. God, I just think that at the time like this he should be with someone who cares about him.
Eleanor: That is exactly why we are getting married to that we can always be around to care about each other.
Cyrus: It's true.
Eleanor: How is Charles holding up?
Blair: Who knows? He's not returning any of my calls or texts, but the hotel says that they keep sending up food, so there something alive in that room.
Eric: I mean. We know that's gin in your coffee cup.
Cece: My point exactly - life must go on, as it always has.
Gossip Girl: More towers than Trump, more bucks than Bloomberg. Bart Bass definitely made his mark on Manhattan. The passing of a public figure can shake a whole town. But the real story is always the one happening in private, away from the headlines, at home.
Nate: You're really sweet with him.
Blair: Me? Sweet? No!
Nate: But you are. I mean worrying about him, offering him food, it's downright maternal.
Blair: I'm not maternal. I've just been spending too much time with Cyrus and I'm turning Jewish.
Nate: You don't even have to stay that long. You should let people shake your hand, say hello and you're done.
Chuck: You don't have to convince me.
Blair: Oh, good. Well, I just thought that after what happened at the church, you may not wanna be here.
Chuck: This is exactly where I wanna be. I have business to attend to.
Blair: OK, that's fine. But let's just find you some quite corner and get's some food in your stomach.
Chuck: I'm not in a mood for food.
Cyrus: I just hope you know how happy I am, not just to be with your mother, but to have you, family! I love you, very, very much.
Blair (cries): I told Chuck I love him.
Cyrus: Really? That's wonderful.
Blair: No, it's not. It's horrible. I thought that if I could finally say it that everything would change, but he is just as selfish and solace as ever. Only a masochist could ever love such a narcissist. Help me. (hugs Cyrus)
Cyrus: You don't need help. He just needs time.
Blair: Wait, (hugs him again) not enough.
Blair: Chuck! Stop! Don't go, or if you have to leave, let me come with you.
Chuck: I appreciate your concern.
Blair: No, you don't. You don't appreciate anything today, but I don't care. Whatever you are going through, I want to be there for you.
Chuck: We have talked about this. You are not my girlfriend.
Blair: But I am me, and you are you. We're Chuck and Blair, Blair and Chuck. The worst thing you've ever done, the darkest thought you've ever had, I will stand by you through anything.
Chuck: Why would you do that?
Blair: Because I love you.
Chuck: Well, that's too bad.
Gossip Girl: (voiceover) Spotted: Chuck Bass leaving his father's funeral, and Blair Waldorf shedding tears for the dearly departed.
Cyrus: That sermon was surprisingly thought provoking. That stuff about life and death and our time on earth being so fleeting.
Eleanor: Darling its a funeral. What was he supposed to talk about, the stock market?
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Barte, kde jsi? (Bart, Where Are You?)
Although credited, Jessica Szorh (Vanessa) didn't appear in this episode.
International Air Dates:
Latin America: March 4, 2009 on Warner Channel
Norway: April 1, 2009 on TVNorge
Philippines: April 28, 2009 on ETC
Greece: May 9, 2009 on Star TV
Denmark: August 16, 2009 on Kanal
Turkey: December 1, 2009 on CNBC-e
Poland: December 20, 2009 on TVN7
Czech Republic: March 21, 2010 on Prima COOL
Australia: April 1, 2010 on GO!
Slovakia: June 6, 2010 on Doma
Music in this episode:
"Piano Concerto No. 21 In C Major" by Mozart
"The Mourning Son" by Xu Xu Fang
"Biko" by Bloc Party
"Everytime (acoustic)" by Matthew Settle
"Waltz for Piano No. 10 in C Minor" by Chopin
"Sonata For Violin & Piano No. 9 In A Major" by Beethoven
"String Quartet No. 12 In F Major" by Dvorak
"These Days" by Xu Xu Fang
"Signs" by Bloc Party
"Slow Show" by The National
Episode Title: O Brother Where Bart Thou
Refers to the 2000 movie where O Brother Where Art Thou. The movie is based on the journeys of Odysseus but is based in the South of the United States.
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