Paris Geller (Episodes 22 - , recurring previously)
Kirk Gleason (Episodes 44 - , recurring previously)
Lorelai and Christopher woke up at 4am, then they went out in search of food, spoke to the bread man, came back to the hotel for a rendezvous, showered and were at the fancy restaurant by 5am.
Just like Luke and Nicole, Lorelai marries Christopher on the spur of the moment. Neither marriage works out.
While in Paris, Chris and Lorelai were talking about their 16 year old dreams of going to Paris and sleeping on a park bench. Actually, that was Chris' dream. Lorelai always said she would be staying at the hotel near the bench Chris was sleeping on!
Lorelai and Rory didn't move into this house until Rory was 11, so there is no way Rory's height since 7 could have been recorded on that door.
Possible explanation: Lorelai is pretty eccentric and sentimental so it is possible that she tracked Rorys' height at the Inn and transferred it to the house when they moved in.
In Season 1 Episode 17, "The Break-up, Part II", when Lorelai hides the Dean box in the closet, we get a good view of the inside of the closet door. There are no markings at all, so Lorelai couldn't have recorded Rory's height since she was 7.
During the episode one of the characters mentions she is watching Real World Denver. Real World Denver didn't premiere on MTV until 11/22/06.
The bed sheets in the hotel room in Paris are the same Lorelai has in her own bedroom in "The Long Morrow" and "To Whom It May Concern".
Christopher mentions that he and Lorelai have been planning for twenty five years to come to Paris and sleep on park benches. This took place in the Season 3 episode "Dear Emily and Richard", which took place 23 - 23 1/2 years ago, around the time Rory was conceived, not 25 as mentioned by Christopher. Also in that same episode Lorelai clearly said she would NOT sleep on a park bench, when the two of them were make their future plans.
It is possible that the two of them had talked about Paris earlier than age 16, as they had been close friends for a long time.
When Lane and Zach are talking in the diner, Lane puts Zach's plate on the table on top his book, in the next scene, the plate is next to the book.
Mrs. Kim: So, Monday you move in with me.
Lorelai: Fine! Crummy Europe, its crummy time change. We switched the metric system, why they didn't switch their timezone?
Chris: We didn't actually switch...
Lorelai: I know!
Lorelai: No room service and no minibar but two toilets, where are their priorities?
Lorelai: Yes, it's four! We fell asleep. Damn French and their comfortable beds!
Lane: (to Mrs. Kim) Mom, I'm pregnant. We waited until after we were married. If you don't believe us, we have a note from our doctor which doesn't approve anything but it does firmly.
Zach: (yells) Hit me, hit me! It's my fault! Hit me!
Mrs. Kim: (slowly) A new child is a great blessing!
Lorelai: Oh my God.
Lorelai: We're in Paris!
Christopher: You were thinking it was Phoenix?
Paris: (to Rory after she steps down as editor) Well, now we're both ousted leaders. Welcome to Club Nixon!
Christopher: Well, I hope Gigi picks up the language and the customs, but not the rudeness.
Lorelai: Oh, no. Gigi's too sweet. She's got a perpetual coat of sweetness around her. In fact, you shouldn't have called her Gigi, you should have called her M&M.
Christopher: Remember how I said that I would wait 80 years for you to figure out us?
Christopher: You and me.
Christopher: I don't want to wait anymore.
Christopher: I mean it.
Lorelai: But don't you think it--it's too soon?
Lorelai: We've only been dating for a few months.
Christopher: Try 25 years.
Lorelai: Yeah, but you know what I mean.
Christopher: So it took us this long to work it out, to figure it out, but we're here now, and we're ready. We're finally ready, so let's do it. Let's do it right here in Paris.
Lorelai: No, not here.
Christopher: Why not?
Lorelai: Well, Rory.....
Christopher: Rory? Rory will be thrilled!
Lorelai: Honey, I love you. I really do, but I think we should wait.
Christopher: Come on, Lor. We love each other, we belong together. What do you say? Marry me!
Christopher: Welcome home, Mrs. Hayden.
Lorelai: Nothing, it's weird. This being so hungry makes me think this time when we were in tenth grade. And for some reasons I had to take this chemistry exam during lunch. And it went on, and on and on. Forever. And finally when I was done, I came out and there you were, waiting for me. And you took this slice of pizza from the cafeteria out you coat pocket and you gave it to me.
Chris: Pepperoni, I remember.
Lorelai: Even then you were so sweet.
Chris: (smiles) We get back to the hotel?
(they start walking)
Lorelai: Wouldn't happen to have that pizza in your pocket, would ya?
Christopher: Other jacket.
Italy - October 16, 2007 on Italia 1
Spain - September 25, 2007 on FOX TV Spain
Germany - November 30, 2007 on VOX
David Sutcliffe (Christopher Hayden) is credited as a Special Guest Star.
"Ce petit coeur" (This Small Heart) by Francoise Hardy
"Selling Yourself Short" by What Made Milwaukee Famous
"L'anamour" by Jane Birkin
"You And Me" by Daniel May
"What A Time It Was" by Daniel May
This episode drew 4.4 million viewers.
In the previews for this episode, the song "Far Away" by Nickelback is used.
The promotional title used for this episode was "The Proposal".
This is the first time we see Mrs. Kim since last season when Lane and Zach were married.
This is the first time we see Marty since season 5.
Real World Denver does not start until November 22nd so we know that this episode occurs after that.
Kelly Bishop (Emily), Edward Herrmann (Richard), Melissa McCarthy (Sookie), Yanic Truesdale (Michel) and Matt Czuchry (Logan) do not appear in this episode.
Lane's pregnant with twins.
French bread-guy: Funny Americans. Everybody loves Raymond...
Everybody loves Raymond was a popular tv-show based on the comedy of Ray Romano. It ran on CBS from 1996 to 2005.
Lorelai: Hey, is the Tour de France still going on? cause we could stand on low Paris street and yell "woohoo!!" when the guys go by, or I could pour a cup of water on one of them as he goes whipping by!
The Tour de France is the world's best known cycling race that takes place every year in July and ends at the Champs-Elysées in Paris.
Olivia: We got the Vikings, Edvard Munch, and that's all I got.
Edvard Munch was a Norwegian Symbolist painter and printmaker, and an important forerunner for Expressionistic art. The Scream, Munch's best-known painting, is one of the pieces in a series titled The Frieze of Life, in which Munch explored the themes of life, love, fear, death and melancholy.
Lucy: Boyfriend's got great hair.
Olivia: Oh, the best. It's, like, beyond human.
Rory: Like, Conan O'Brien's?
Conan Christopher O'Brien is an Emmy winning American television personality best known as host of NBC's late-night talk/variety show Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He's also known for often commenting about his own hair in a funny way, or anything else about his appearance.
Christopher: How do you explain Gérard Depardieu?
Lorelai: Oh, that's obvious. Gérard Depardieu has hogged all the food.
Gérard Depardieu is one of the most well known and best paid actors of France. He was also a student of Jean-Laurent Cochet, and father of Guillaume Depardieu and Julie Depardieu.
Rory: Yeah, I'm beginning to wonder if he really exists, or if he's just Lucy's Snuffleupagus.
Aloysius Snuffleupagus, more commonly known as Mr. Snuffleupagus or Snuffy, is one of the Muppet characters on the long-running educational television program for young children, Sesame Street. For many years, Big Bird was the only character on the show who saw him. The other characters teased Big Bird when he said he had seen the Snuffleupagus, because they didn't believe there was such an animal, often despite evidence to the contrary.
Lorelai: So wide awake I could watch the Ken Burns documentary of "sod" and not drift off.
Kenneth Lauren Burns is an American documentary filmmaker. Burns is well known for his style in documentary material, making use of original prints and photographs, and has produced several acclaimed historical and biographical documentaries for television and film.
Christopher: She was. She had her favorite Madeline book.
Madeline is a popular children's book series written by American author Ludwig Bemelmans of Austrian and German origins. The first book in the series, Madeline, was published in 1939. It proved to be a success, and Bemelmans wrote many sequels to the original during the 1940s and 1950s. The series continues to this day, written by Bemelman's grandson Mr. John Bemelmans-Marciano. The books were later adapted into a television series and a feature film.
Zach: Yeah, it's like a prenatal "Nevermind".
Nevermind is the highly influential second studio album from the American grunge band, Nirvana. It was released on September 24, 1991.
Rory: Thank you very much. I didn't write a speech or anything, although I could recite "The Charge of the Light Brigade," or the lyrics to "Rebel Rebel"...
The Charge of the Light Brigade was a disastrous cavalry charge led by Lord Cardigan during the Battle of Balaclava on October 25, 1854 in the Crimean War. It is best remembered as the subject of a famous poem entitled The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, whose lines "Theirs not to reason why / Theirs but to do and die" have made the charge a symbol of warfare at both its most courageous and its most tragic.
"Rebel Rebel" is a song by David Bowie.
Paris: When I was running the paper, I was dying to do an article about everybody's asinine obsession with Boho Chic.
Boho-chic is a style of female fashion drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences, that, at its height in 2004-5, was associated particularly with the actress Sienna Miller.
Lorelai: Are you saying we'll always have Paris?
The phrase "We'll always have Paris". is from the movie Casablanca, Rick says it to Ilsa before she leaves him. It refers to their time in Paris, just like Lorelai is referring to Chris's and her time in Paris.
Episode Title: French Twist
A movie from 1995 called 'Gazon maudit' is also known as the French Twist in the USA. This is a movie about a housewife who learns about her husband's infidelities, and invites an itinerant lesbian to move in with them.
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