Favorite Blair Waldorf Quotes
Chuck: My father always thought I was weak. And in the moment that mattered most I was. I couldn't be there when he ... I left. Right away. I've been pushing myself to prove him wrong, and pushing you away.
Blair: I don't think you ran away because you couldn't handle death. I think it's because you couldn't handle feelings. You're not like that anymore. You're strong. You carry people. You carry me. You're becoming a man in a way that your father never was. Come. Let's say goodbye.
Blair: What do we have, Chuck?
Chuck: Tonight. So shut up. And dance with me.
[sees Nate and Catherine on the floor] Oh my effing God!
Chuck Bass: We could never be boring.
Blair Waldorf: You say that, but I know you. You're Chuck Bass.
Chuck Bass: I'm not Chuck Bass without you.
Blair: Chuck, NYU is not the Upper East Side. They don't care about Constance, or social hierarchy. They don't care that I'm Blair Waldorf! It's over.
Chuck: How can you do this to me?
Blair: What are you talking about?
Chuck: I'm Chuck Bass. And I told you I love you. You're saying I'm easier to win over than a bunch of pseudo-intellectual homesick malcontents. You really insult me like that?
Blair: That's not how it is.
Chuck: It's exactly how it is. The next time you forget you're Blair Waldorf, remember I'm Chuck Bass. And I love you.
I've never thought it was possible to love someone too much, but maybe it is.
Serena: Brown is an Ivy League school.
Blair: Everyone knows that the only REAL Ivies are the holy trinity: Harvard, Yale and Princeton.
Blair: I want you to have this.
Blair: Because I love you. You enormously stubborn pain in the ass.
Blair: You were on the floor!
Chuck: I hurt my back.
Blair: How? It's not like you every do anything athletic.
Chuck: Well, that's not entirely true, now is it?
Blair: Fine, nothing that involves removing your scarf.
Chuck: That was one time, it was chilly.
Blair: I can't believe you lied to me! Using sex to distract me?!
Chuck: I learned from the best. [pauses] She stole my shoes?
Blair: [role playing] Waiter, this glass is dirty! And I've been waiting far too long!
Chuck: I apologize, ma'am. Surely, there's some way I can make up for the poor service.
Blair: I can think of a few ways.
Chuck: I don't have a real mother. I never will.
Blair: Doesn't mean you've alone. I love you, Chuck, and I'll always be your family.