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Gossip Girl Season 4 Episode 11 Recap

Dec 06, 2010

With the help of Gossip Girl, Blair and Dan take a road trip to Cornwall, Connecticut, Juliet’s hometown. They enlist the help of Damian, the drug dealer who sold Juliet the drugs she used on Serena the night of the Saints and Sinners Masquerade. Years ago, Damian tutored Serena and he personally witnessed Serena’s supposed “relationship” with her high school teacher, Mr. Donovan. Unfortunately he was mistaken.


The Reveal (Spoiler)

This episode, Juliet and her brother Ben’s motivations for destroying Serena’s life were revealed. It turns out that Ben is Mr. Donovan, and he’s been sentenced to five years in prison after being accused of raping Serena. The only trouble is, he didn’t rape Serena. Nor did he have a relationship with her. He resisted the urge despite Serena’s advances. But even though it was Serena’s signature on the rape accusation, it wasn’t Serena’s handwriting. It turns out that her mother Lily signed Serena’s name without caring that she was sending an innocent man to jail.


Gossip Girl “The Townie” Fashion

In The Townie, Serena showed viewers how to properly mix plaid and stripes. She wore a maroon striped Boy by Band of Outsiders Blazer worth $1,405, Joie Buella Black Plaid Short Shorts worth $178, and a magenta Brooks Brothers Extra-Long 1818 Crest Stripe Slim Tie.


Gossip Girl The TownieCourtesy of gossipgirlfashion.net

Even in her race to avenge Serena, Blair kept her style intact. She wore a Bensoni Fall 2010 RTW Check Coat that retails for $660, a Eugenia Kim Beret and cute Anthropologie Gam Games Tights.


Gossip Girl The TownieCourtesy of gossipgirlfashion.net

Only someone with a killer bod could pull off Juliet’s tight grey A.L.C. Double Layer Sweater Dress, which she paired with black tights and grey Manolo Blahnik Boots.


Gossip Girl The TownieCourtesy of gossipgirlfashion.net
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