Paris Geller (Episodes 22 - , recurring previously)
It is funny that Rory "complains" about Lorelai's love for George Clooney. Indeed, on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Lauren Graham told a story about the fact that she thought "George Clooney wanted her".
Doesn't it seem a little odd that Luke and Lorelai would go to dinner so easily and without ever mentioning the events the previous year when Emily belittled Luke during dinner and then set up Christopher to cause trouble at the wedding vows renewal?
When Emily finds out about the wedding date from Lorelai, she keeps saying to Richard that the date is so soon. If you listen very closely, one of the time's she says "Richard, when was the last time we saw Luke?" She actually calls Richard Mitchum by mistake, even her mouth looks like she says Mitchum.
Paris says that Rory's time of eviction is 3:47pm. After 3:47 Rory sits in the hall, makes calls about apartments, and then finally calls Logan and moves all her stuff into her apartment, but then has time to show her father around campus and bring him to Logan's apartment before dinner time. How could Rory have had time to do all of that before dinner time?
Emily always walks her guests to the door after dinner. When Lorelai and Luke are leaving the Gilmores, there is no Emily in sight.
When Lorelai is on the phone with Rory in the last scene, Paul Anka jumps onto her lap, and you can tell she has some kind of food hidden on her right side, because he is lapping it up.
Lorelai: Huh. Maybe he's just doing what we agreed to. So "unChristopher" of him.
Lorelai: Okay, we're starting this over. Five, four, three, two... These flowers are beautiful, Mom.
Emily: (monotone) Thank you, Lorelai.
Richard: (monotone) Your mother has excellent taste in flowers. Perhaps she missed her calling.
Lorelai: Okay, this is the exact same conversation we had before.
Richard: You said what you said before!
Lorelai: That was just to get the ball rolling!
Richard: This is ridiculous!
Emily: Richard, don't raise your voice!
Richard: (Loudly) I'm not!
(Richard is telling insurance horror stories)
Richard: He ended his life with a track-and-field starter pistol.
Lorelai: Wow. On your mark, get set, die awkwardly.
(Paris is shut in her office)
Bill: It's unnatural. Even Hitler came out to walk his dog every once in a while.
Joanie: We could set off the fire alarms.
Sheila: Teargas! But wait, where could we get teargas?
Rory: Wait guys, I'll tell her.
Bill: Are your sure?
Rory: I think the person to tell her shouldn't chuckle with glee, Bill.
Bill:(chuckling) I wouldn't chuckle... oh, I guess that was inadvertent.
Lorelai: Five, four, three, two...
Richard: I like shrimp! Who else likes shrimp?
Lorelai: I'm a fan!
Richard: This is ridiculous.
Christopher: Are you a Groton man?
Logan: Was, briefly. I actually swipped that from the headmasters office on my way out the door.
Christopher: I was kicked out of Groton.
Logan: You're kidding
Christopher: Nope. Did a semester at St.S ebastians after that.
Logan: I know several people who got kicked out of St. Sebastians. My good friend Colin was actually banned from coming anywhere within a 10 mile radius.
Rory: Here you go.
Rory hands Chris his coke
Christopher: Thank you. After St. Sebastian I went on to St. Sybils.
Logan: I almost went there myself but I wound up at St. Marks instead.
Christopher: How long you last there?
Logan: About a week.
Christopher: Yeah they got quite the trigger finger at St. Marks. You ever do Deer Field?
Logan: Please Deer Field is for ameteurs. I got kicked out of Rivers.
Christopher: I didn't think Rivers kicked anybody out.
Logan: Neither did we, but Dean Eldens miata in the bottom of Lake Rutherford proved just the ticket.
Christopher: Rory, you got a good man here.
Rory: Interesting yard stick your using.
Lorelai: You're going to have to tell me how it is living with a guy before I let Luke move in. If it's too creepy he may have to stay with Babette.
Lorelai: And I've heard horror stories about toilet seats you would not believe!
Rory: Really? Do tell. But wait, let me turn down the lights and start the fire.
Lorelai: You have a fireplace?
Rory: Wood burning.
Lorelai: I don't think we can be friends anymore.
Lorelai: Are those new sweats?
Rory: Yep, just came out.
Lorelai: Did you get some for Mommy?
Rory: You want some Yale sweats?
Lorelai: No, not me. Your other mommy. The one who raised you and fed you and stayed up with you when you had the measles--
Rory: I already put them in your bedroom.
Lorelai: You know who else might like some Yale sweats?
Rory: They don't make them for dogs, I already asked.
Lorelai: I don't mean Paul Anka. He's a Princeton man, anyhow.
Rory: Nice loyalty.
Christopher: So tell me about this kid. Do we like him?
Christopher: Logan. Do we hate him? Am I supposed to hate him?
Lorelai: No, you can feel however you want about him.
Christopher: Good, because I think I like him. He's a cool guy. Great apartment. Funny.
Lorelai: He's taken, Chris.
Lorelai: (talking to Rory about Christopher) Why don't you invite him to Yale for lunch? Show him around the campus, make him feel Daddy-ish.
Rory: You think he'd like that?
Lorelai: I think he'd love that.
Rory: Okay. I'll call him tomorrow.
Lorelai: Just...don't take him to the library.
Lorelai: Don't take him to all your classes, don't make him touch the toe.
Rory: This is my tour!
Lorelai: I'm just saying that if he passes out from boredom, he's gonna be a lot harder to drag around campus than I was.
Rory: Seriously, don't speak.
Logan: You are here half the time anyway you've already got two dresser drawers you call your own and right now for a limited time, I'll throw in three extra drawers and a set of Ginsu knives.
Logan: No, I have no idea where to get Ginsu knives.
Christopher: (in Logan's apartment) Is that an Xbox 360? I am totally moving in here.
Rory: My books look sad. Can books look sad?
Lorelai: What are you doing in there?
Rory: Facial exercises, the younger I look the younger you look.
Lorelai: Good point.
Luke: Your parents aren't warm people.
Lorelai: They were extras in March of the Penguins.
Lorelai: No! This is ridiculous! This is what Gilmores do, they get in your freakin' head and they mess with it!
Luke: Oh, they are good at that.
Paris: If the hurricanes don't kill you, the bird flu will.
Rory: I don't believe it.
Rory: Did you not see those two girls?
Christopher: No, why?
Rory: They totally checked you out.
Christopher: They did? Hehe, cool!
Rory: It's the same way with Mom, I swear. I hate having hot parents!
French episode title: "La Nouvelle Rédactrice En Chef", "The New Editor In Chief".
This episode drew 5,40 million viewers.
Melissa McCarthy (Sookie), Sean Gunn (Kirk) and Keiko Agena (Lane) do not appear in this episode.
Yale Daily News worker: This isn't EST, we get to leave.
EST, or Erhard Seminars Training, was a faddish New Agey method of raising group consciousness. It had its greatest popularity during the 70's, but faded after controversies regarding its cult-like nature.
Paris: Then I'd be Judith Miller.
Judith Miller is an American journalist. Miller announced her retirement from the New York Times on November 9, 2005, citing among other reasons difficulty in performing her job effectively after having become an integral part of the stories she was sent to cover.
Paris: Good night, and good luck.
This is the catch phrase coined by American journalist Edward R. "Ed" Murrow. Murrow achieved great celebrity as a result of his World War II reports.
Paris: That secret meeting weeks ago at the pub where you set the putsch in motion. What happened? There wasn't a beer hall available?
Hitler's first attempt to overthrow the current governement and gain power was a putsch that he planned and started at a beer hall in Munich.
Lorelai: It will be like the time you told me you had Pat Benatar tickets for my birthday but I already knew 'cause I went through your jeans.
Pat Benatar is an 80's singer winner of four Grammys, responsible for hits such as Hit Me With Your Best Shot and Love Is A Battlefield.
Lorelai: For me the jury is out on all you guys. You can thank Brad Pitt for that one.
Referring to the unknown reasons for the divorce of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston and his new relationship with Angelina Jolie.
Lorelai: How very 7th Heaven of you.
7th Heaven is TV drama that also airs on the WB, about a Minister, his wife, on how they deal with raising their seven children and at the same time try to help others in their community.
Rory: You didn't call me Hester Prynne once.
Hester Prynne is the main character of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. She is known throughout town because she committed adultery.
Luke: My motto is "Everything in moderation".
Richard: Smart. Very Walden-esque.
Walden is Henry David Thoreau's essay that he wrote while living in the forest near Walden Pond. The essay is full of Thoreau's thoughts about life.
Rory: The [dorms] left make Paris and Doyle's place look like Versailles.
Versailles is the enormous, magnificent palace King Louis XIV of France built during his reign.
Newspaper writer: There are no hanging chads, Bill.
Hanging chads refer to the confusion in voting results in Florida during the 2000 Presidential Election, when ballots couldn't be counted due to remaining fragments (counters couldn't tell who the voter voted for).
Luke: Your parents are not warm people.
Lorelai: They were extras in March of the Penguins.
March of the Penguins is a documentary about penguins.
Episode Title: You've Been Gilmored.
This is an allusion to the hit MTV series Punk'd, where Ashton Kutcher and his crew of pranksters "punk" celebrities. Almost always, celebrities say "I just got Punk'd!" at the end of the episode.
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