Taken from Episode 13, After Blair tells Chuck she loves him, he gets into the limo and drives away.
This scene is inside the limo after he tells Blair "That's to bad".
Chuck quickly and rapidly got into the limo and left a tear eyed Blair Waldorf standing on the side walk. Inside the limo seemed diffrent, The comfy leather seats seemed hard and edgy, But then he realised it was his figitting and moving about which was causing it. It seemed cold and somehow heartless.
Soon after, all Chuck could visualize was Blair's face and those three words, all he could hear were those three words, Over and over again. It wasn't going away. The feel of guilt. The feel that he had just made the biggest mistake of his life, letting the go of the girl he loved. The girl that had done everything for him. He had rejected her.
Blair had always seemed beautiful to Chuck. He had alaways wanted her. Even if she was his best friend's girl. He wanted her, And then he took that moment to think about the first time they were together. The limo brought back the memories, How that night the girl he wanted became the girl he needed.
As the limo drove closer to home...Well not home. He didn't have a home. He didn't have a family. He didn't anyone... Or that's how it seemed. Chuck baixo a loner. Didn't seem possible.
After a cornner at 58th St. Something vibrated in his pocket. It was his phone. Chuck picked up the phone and read the message,
"Party at Liquid Club 2nite, Not a part-ay without the Chuck Bass"
Quite insensertive, a message from one of his "friends". At that moment all of his rage and anger gathered towards his fist as he rapidly punched down on the seat, the tears began to gather in his eyes. He picked up his phone and went through the fotografias and found one of her.
He held it up to his face, and looked at her, her beauty could light up a million faces. He thought of Blair. The one person he had, sure he had his "friends" but where were they today. No where to be seen. He had one person in the world.
The girl who said she'd stand por him through anything, who'd stick por him through his darkest days, because she loved him, And he loved her.
Chuck then placed the phone down on the seat, and looked out the dark glazed window.
He then realized they weren't just lovers, they were best friends.