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Gossip Girl Season 6 Episode 6 “Where The Vile Things Are” Live Recap 11/19/12

Gossip Girl Season 6 Episode 6 “Where The Vile Things Are” Live Recap 11/19/12Gossip Girl airs tonight on the CW with a whole new episode called “Where The Vile Things Are”. On tonight’s show Blair (Leighton Meester) gets ready for her mother’s (guest star Margaret Colin) imminent arrival, but is unprepared for the set of demands her mother puts upon her.

On last week’s episode After Eleanor gaves Blair an ultimatum, Blair was even more determined to remedy Waldorf Designs’ problems by making a splash with a dress at the upcoming Cotillion, but a shocking revelation at the ball affected everyone. Serena became worried about Steven’s attitude toward her, but after some investigating she discovered the surprising reason why. Chuck found an unlikely ally as he tried to drive a wedge between Bart and Lily’s relationship to help expose his father’s secret.

On tonight’s episode THE PRICE YOU PAY – Blair gets ready for her mother’s (guest star Margaret Colin) imminent arrival, but is unprepared for the set of demands her mother puts upon her. Serena volunteers to help Dan find a new place to live, but their time together brings up unexpected emotions. With Ivy’s help, Chuck discovers there is evidence incriminating his father in illegal activities and enlists the help of Nate to retrieve it. Meanwhile, Rufus and Ivy are excited about their art gallery opening until they find an empty RSVP list and must scramble to find another way to make the event a success. Kelly Rutherford also stars. Norman Buckley directed the episode written by Dan Steele.

Tonight’s episode is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of CW’s Gossip Girl tonight at 10 PM EST!

GOSSIP GIRL SEASON 6 EPISODE 6 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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