Serena: I should get going too. I agreed to a détente with my mom so I could help plan Eric's eighteenth birthday party. And I can't show up in yesterday's clothes.
Ben: Well, tell him I say congratulations, and to be careful now that he's old enough to be tried as an adult.
Serena: Actually I was hoping maybe you could come to the party and tell him yourself?
Ben: I'm not going to your mother's, Serena. I'm not eating her food or drinking her wine or smiling and pretending that everything's okay.

Serena: Sorry if we kept you up last night. We were playing Scrabble.
Ben: She fell asleep to avoid losing.
Dan: Since when do you enjoy Scrabble?

Mick, Keith and their questionably-costumed cohorts said, "You can't always get what you want." But that doesn't mean it's okay for anyone else to have it either.

Whatever your Valentine's Day brings, never forget that some years, it's a massacre. XOXO —Gossip Girl.

I got more hugs tonight from strangers than my grandma doled out in her entire life.

Eric

Blair: My point is, paranoia can save your life.
Dan: Oh, so she was supposed to know her husband was going to sell their firstborn to a coven?
Blair: The woman couldn't be more naive. I mean who eats unsolicited desserts.
Dan: Point taken. The mousse was creepy. Do you know how many gloves I've lost on the subway?
Blair: Well. You do often seem cursed.
Dan: I do, don't I?

A Valentine can be a red hot weapon of revenge. Or a heartfelt apology.

Ben: Thanks for coming. I should have told you I was waitering. I should have owned it.
Serena: Well I should have given you a chance and not put words in your mouth.

Blair: Just seeking refuge with the perfect anti-Valentine's Day movie. Rosemary's Baby.
Dan: What part are you at? I'll watch it with you. Forgive me if I've memorized some of Ruth Gordon's dialogue. Okay, all of it.
Blair: It just started.

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