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Gossip Girl: Season 5, Episode 2 :: Beauty and the Feast

Oct 04, 2011

This week on Gossip Girl Season 5, Blair struggles to hide her pregnancy from Louis, while Serena convinces her so-called “cousin” to move in with her. Episode 2, “Beauty and the Feast,” aired on October 3, 2011.

Blair's Sister-in-Law

Blair’s pregnancy is causing her a world of troubles. The sight of food and strong smells make her nauseous. When Louis’ sister Beatrice arrives to get acquainted with her soon-to-be sister-in-law, Blair’s frequent trips to the bathroom make her suspicious. She assumes that Blair is bulimic. It certainly would help her plot to steal Louis’ throne. But her plan backfires when she finds out Blair is pregnant.

Charlie's Deception

When Serena finds Charlie (a girl whose real name is Ivy and was hired by Serena’s aunt to pretend to be her daughter), she insists they live together. Charlie can’t tell her boyfriend about Serena, nor can she tell Serena about her true identity. She winds up getting caught in a sticky situation - one that leads her back to New York and back to her life of deception.

Nate's Crush

In Chuck’s quest to feel pain, he hires some street thugs to beat him up. But all this bodily harm could cause serious internal damage. Meanwhile, the older woman that Nate fell for in Los Angeles shows up on his mother’s doorstep in New York.

Gossip Girl Fashion

Even on her quest to convince Charlie to be her roommate, Serena doesn’t forget her fashion sense. She’s wearing a Shiply & Halmos catalina tank with a Porter Grey floral chiffron skirt. She adds pops of color with her Topshop coral jacket, Oscar de le Renta cabochon earrings and pricy Mulberry Taylor oversized satchel retailing for $1,500!

Gossip Girl: Season 5, Episode 2 :: Beauty and the FeastCourtesy of the CW
 

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Do you think Charlie should have told Serena the truth about who she is? Should Blair have told Louis about her pregnancy the minute she found out? Tell us in our comments section below!

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monsterluvbud

monsterluvbud wrote:

neva cene it
commented: Sat Oct 29, 2011

RaNdOm_WiLa

RaNdOm_WiLa wrote:

Heyy... Im sorry To say & Dont get mad cuz ik hes ur friend BUT Do ya knoww thename...
commented: Tue Oct 04, 2011

Persefinie

Persefinie wrote:

This show uis da best one eva!
commented: Tue Oct 04, 2011

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