On the Upper East Side, sharp one-liners and quick wit is essential if you want to stay in the scene. And in Season 6, Episode 3 “Dirty Rotten Scandals,” the characters proved to us that carefully chosen words can make the recipient feel weak in the knees or just plain weak.
We’ve put together a gallery of some of the episode’s most memorable quotes. Check them out below and see if you can remember who said it. Find out if you’re right by seeing the answers in the gallery below. Love the quote? Share the picture on Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter with your friends. You know you love it.
- “I’m all yours. Mind, body, and scheme.”
- “Tell her she’s pretty. She’s never heard those words strung together before.”
- “You really think I care about you’re childhood baggage? I go to therapy. I have enough of my own.”
- “You read me like tea leaves, Chuck Bass.”
"I'm all yours. Mind, body, and scheme." - Blair to Chuck"Tell her she's pretty. She's never heard those words strung together before." - Blair to Serena about Nelly "You really think I care about you're childhood baggage? I go to therapy. I have enough of my own." - Sage to Serena"You read me like tea leaves, Chuck Bass." - Blair to Chuck