Gossip Girl Spoilers: "You've Got Yale" Episode Synopsis

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Below is the CW's press release for Episode 16 of Season Two, "You've Got Yale" (another great title). This episode will air on Monday, January 19 ...

It’s that stressful time of year when Constance Billard and St. Jude’s students find out who is and isn’t worthy of early admission to Yale University.

Meanwhile, Serena van der Woodsen bonds with her new Shakespeare teacher, Rachel (guest star Laura Breckenridge), who has no clue what kind of wrath she's about to incur after giving Blair Waldorf the first B of her private school career.

Chuck teams up with an unlikely ally in his war with Jack (guest star Desmond Harrington) over Bass Industries, while Nate and Vanessa spend a romantic night at the opera.

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Sounds interesting! For synopses of the next two episodes ("In the Realm of the Basses," airing January 5, and "Gone with the Will, airing January 12), follow the jump ...

Next Monday in "In the Realm of the Basses," Chuck has been MIA since his father’s funeral, but his uncle Jack arrives to help him pick up the messy pieces ... once he finds him, that is. Trying her best to forget her last painful exchange with Chuck, Blair focuses her attention on being accepted into the most prestigious club in the city, Colony Club. Jenny returns to Constance Billard and immediately takes on Penelope and her posse of mean girls, but no one is going down without a valiant, Gossip Girl-worthy fight.

Then, in "Gone with the Will," Chuck, Bart’s brother Jack, and Lily learn the fate of Bart Bass' empire. Rufus and Lily’s relationship is strained further as Rufus seeks details about the child he never knew he had, and when Dan uncovers Rufus and Lily's secret, he must decide what to do with this revelation.

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