Summary: Blair and Chuck are sneaking around- again- Georgina's wreaking havoc- again- Serena and Dan's relationship is in jeopardy- again- Nate's confused about Blair- again- Gossip Girl is spreading rumours-again- and the stalker, well, he's stalking again. Will these Upper East Sider's never learn?


"I can't believe she got me chucked out of the family suite."

"Look at it this way. Now you're back in 1812, we can do this whenever we want." Blair placed a kiss on his lips and he replied to her kiss hungrily.

Blair pulled away. "I've got to meet Eleanor soon, so why don't we move this straight to the shower?"

He smirked and kissed her again as they made their way to the bathroom.


"Serena, I've changed too. Rehab was good for me. I just want us to be friends again, but not like before. We've both grown up, and maybe we can start our friendship afresh."

"I'd like that."

"To fresh starts."

"Fresh starts"


Blair quickened her pace. 'Don't be so stupid Blair' she thought to herself, 'nobody is following you.' The sound of her shoes hitting the marble tiling echoed throughout the large foyer, and despite all the other people there, she could only here the sound of her footsteps and somebody else's. She made to round the corner but somebody grabbed her by the arm.


"You know what they say. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned."

"This isn't just any woman though, it's Blair."

"You're right. You're completely screwed."


Her eyes widened at the sight of the big bouquet of white roses on her bed. She was finding it hard to breathe. This could not be happening. She gasped for breath.

Then everything went black.


"It's obvious that this isn't going to work between us. Maybe we should just stop it before it goes any further."

"What do you mean?"

"I mean that you are so obviously not over Blair. Until you're ready to move on from her, I don't think you're ready for another relationship."


"What was it you wanted to talk about?"

"I want you to keep your son away from my daughter."


The ambulance sped through the streets as she fought for life in the back.


Blair looked down, there were tears blurring her vision.

"It's over," she whispered.