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  • Turns out Cousin Charlie is really some grifter named Ivy working for Lily's hippie-hateful sister down in Florida; Dan has a secret Upper East Side-bashing manuscript; Chuck's matured enough to let Blair go so she can marry snoozy Prince Louis; Serena can actually read; and somebody has a bun in the oven.

    Watercooler: Gossip Girl Brings the Funny for its Finale

  • Between them is a powerful bond – it was Lily's son, Daryl, who posthumously gave his liver to Cara.

    My dead son gave life to my new friend

  • Images of an engorged chipmunk faded with the glowing horizon—visible only through Lily's half-bath window—as she fell into a calm sleep.

    Paper Lanterns

  • A family—husband and wife, two daughters and a son—walked past Lily's door.

    Paper Lanterns

  • Lily's little sister Bean peeks around Connie, looks impatiently at Ted, spins and leaves.

    Thanksgiving

  • Ted needs Lily's eyes to show him that Mary's Native American costume is tiny, a great show of legs and cleavage and burning dark eyes, that old movie poster of Raquel Welch.

    Thanksgiving

  • As we can see from Lily's lack of concern for others -- Lily repeatedly throws herself at men for attention, attempts to drug Nina with the help of two male strangers, and abandons the "rolling" Nina at the club -- her character is no more stable and no less performative than Nina's.

    Tiffany Tsai: Seduce Me: Female Bodies in Black Swan

  • I just kept trying to imagine the woman I would've wanted to find if I'd been in Lily's complicated situation.

    An Interview with Sue Monk Kidd

  • I understood in that moment that here was Lily's mother, a powerful symbolic essence that could take up residence inside of her and become catalytic in her transformation.

    An Interview with Sue Monk Kidd

  • I knew that it would not be in T. Ray's character to change his ways, beg Lily's forgiveness, and admit shooting Deborah.

    An Interview with Sue Monk Kidd

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