Dan: You ever hung out with someone but not been able to tell anyone?
Rufus: You mean, ah, hang out, hang out or, you know... "hang out" hang out?
Dan: Oh god, this was a bad idea.
Rufus: What? That was vague.

Rufus: So why did you want to grab coffee with your old man?
Dan: Do I need a reason?
Rufus: No, but you have one.
Dan: I, ah, I need your advice. But I gotta keep the details vague.
Rufus: Please, the vaguer the better. It keeps parenting a challenge.

Lily: Someone who knows about Ben is trying to send a message.
Chuck: Subtle.

You were able to win over my family and my friends. I just want the same chance.

Serena

Ben: I'm sorry. I should have given you a heads up. She got here a few days ago. That's why I haven't been able to return your calls.
Serena: And here I thought I was being paranoid.

Sorry, S. Looks like your sweetheart's mom is still a little sour.

Cynthia: What's she doing here?
Ben: Serena, this is my mother. Cynthia.
Serena: Hey, Mrs. Sharpe. I'm Serena. It's a pleasure to meet you.
Cynthia: I wish I could say the same. Ben?
Ben: Remember, I told you Serena is friends with my roommate Dan. [to Serena] I'm sorry. He's not here right now, but I'll let him know that you stopped by.

Dorota: Who were you talking to?
Blair: No one. Maybe your sixth sense is picking up voices from the other side.

Blair: Okay. I arrive first, survey the location in case there's anyone I know, and scout out an exit strategy. You arrive at least fifteen minutes later. Plausible deniability. We just ran into each other.
Dan: You're really big on plausible deniability. Has anyone ever told you that?

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