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Official Synopsis for Gossip Girl Season 6, Episode 3, “Dirty, Rotten Scandals”: Sage and Steven’s Shocking Relationship Is Revealed!

Are you sitting down? Or are you at least in a pair of Tory Burch flats? Because we have some scoop that might knock you off your feet.

The CW released the official synopsis for Gossip Girl Season 6, Episode 3 “Dirty Rotten Scandals” and it finally reveals the mysterious connection between Steven (Barry Watson) and Sage (Sofia Black-D’Elia).

We’re not the only ones wondering what's up between these two Serena (Blake Lively) has been, too. Her obvious suspicions are that Steven has been seeing Sage romantically behind her back, but the truth is much more scandalous Sage is Steven’s daughter! Serena is in for a shock surely, but not just because her older man has a hidden past. It’s mostly that you don’t expect that past to start dating your high school ex.

Check out the full synopsis below for the full scoop on the episode:

Feeling the pressure to make her first Waldorf Designs fashion show a success, Blair (Leighton Meester) must rely on help from an unlikely source, but some unexpected scheming causes a scandal on the runway. Serena discovers that befriending Steven’s (guest star Barry Watson) daughter Sage (guest star Sofia Black-D’Elia) is trickier than she thought, especially when she is forced to put her issues with Blair aside to make Sage happy. Nate (Chace Crawford) publishes Dan’s (Penn Badgley) first serialized article causing a stir and producing a serious threat. Meanwhile, Chuck (Ed Westwick) begins to look into the clue that Amira (guest star Andrea Gabriel) left behind, which may help uncover what Bart (guest star Robert John Burke) is hiding.

Source: The CW

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10.23.2012 / 05:33 AM EDT by Daynah Burnett
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