Well, it was, but not in the way she planned.
Chuck manipulated Jenny and Blair to the point where B's minions sabotaged J's interview with Tim, and later, when she met up with him at an event and begged for a second chance, she learned that Chuck was behind getting her the interview to begin with.
At that point, it was on. J sent out a Gossip Girl blast revealing that she gave it up to Chuck. Blair was humiliated. Chuck felt awful. Jenny left New York after telling them both to kiss off.
Chuck suggested a truce with Blair so they could stop hurting each other at least. This may be the catalyst toward getting them back together at last. Or at least give us hate sex.
Meanwhile, Serena (Blake Likely) discovers something about her new boyfriend, Colin (guest star Sam Page), that may put an end to their relationship just as it was getting good.
He's actually a business professor and she's taking the class! It's crazy, Serena in an inappropriate relationship, who would have guessed. They dance around the issue a lot.
Ultimately, she agrees to take the class and not get involved with her for seven weeks. Yeah, like that's going to happen. Even before we knew that Colin and Juliet were working together, it wouldn't happen!
At the end of the episode, Juliet - who had been dancing around the situation with Nate and her imprisoned brother all night - meets Colin and picks up a check under mysterious circumstances.
Could the two of them be working together to sabotage S?? It looks that way!
(Source: TV Fanatic)