Jenny: Yeah, I know. I'll clean the atelier as soon as I'm finished here, okay?
Laurel: The bathrooms, too. Someone decided to give us a second look at breakfast.
Jenny: Laurel believes in her interns paying their dues.
Model: You must really want this.
Jenny: Why, 'cause for the past three months I've put up with midnight coffee runs, 15-hour days, cleaning up after the two in-house bulimics, all so that Eleanor Waldorf will spend five minutes looking at my designs? Yeah. Yeah, I really, really do.
Jenny: Uh, I feel like it's not right. Um, hold on.
Woman: Hello. C'est a l'heure? Merci madam. Air France says Eleanor's plane's on time.
Laurel: Oh. All right, I'm gonna meet her at the penthouse. I think Blair's hosting a party there. If the A.C. guy comes, call me. Yes?
Jenny: I think there might be something wrong with the dress.
Laurel: No. This--this is what Eleanor designed.
Jenny: Really? Even--
Laurel: Did you ever see "Cinderella"?
Jenny: The cartoon? Sure.
Laurel: Remember the little birds that helped her dress? Remember how they didn't offer their opinion? Try to imagine that you're one of those birds. Can you do that?
Laurel: Now fly away.