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Gossip Girl: Season 6, Episode 5 :: Monstrous Ball

Nov 13, 2012

This week on Gossip Girl (Season 6, Episode 5), Blair embraces her scandalous design reputation at Sage's cotillion. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Monstrous Ball,” which aired on November 12, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Cotillion

Serena is excited to attend Sage's cotillion. And when she finds an engagement ring hidden in Steven's house, she can hardly contain her excitement. Sage refuses to allow this proposal to happen so she enlists Blair's help - the one person who knows how to thwart Serena's plans. Blair calls Lily and plants a seed of doubt in her mind so that when Steven asks for Serena's hand in marriage she will not respond positively. When a blast is sent out on Gossip Girl showing Steven entering a jewelry store with a ring and leaving without one, Serena thinks he's changed his mind. But it turns out, that was a set up by Blair to throw Serena off course.

Indecent Exposure

Meanwhile, at Sage's cotillion, Blair decides to embrace all the horrible names the tabloids are calling her after Sage botched her fashion show. So she designs something risqué for Sage to wear when she is introduced at her cotillion. Meanwhile, Sage gets ahold of Serena and Dan's sex tape and plays it on the video feed for everyone to see. The worst part is, the video was recorded when Blair and Dan were still technically a couple.

Ultimatum

Chuck's feud with his father continues as he tries to find proof that will uncover Bart's illegal secret. But now Bart has put Lily in the middle. Chuck tries to get Lily on his side, but she refuses to side with him now that Bart has given her an ultimatum: until Chuck quits his charade, Lily must choose between her husband and her son.

 

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