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Dorota writes a loosely-based autobiography entitled "Secrets, Scandals and Servants." The novel is picked up by Oprah's book club and subsequently tops the New York Times bestseller list. Using their newly acquired fortune, Vanya buys out 49 percent of Goldman Sachs' public shares, gets put on the board of directors and manages to solve the Wall Street crisis. Inexplicably, the two continue to work in the service industry for the Waldorfs and Van der Woodsens.