In the Kitchen - Gilmore Girls

On Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Fall, three generations of Gilmore women find themselves at a turning point in their lives following the death of Richard Gilmore.

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The Gilmore Girls in Summer
"Summer"

On Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Summer, three generations of Gilmore women find themselves at a turning point in their lives following the death of Richard Gilmore.

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Luke and Lorelai in Love - Gilmore Girls
"Spring "

On Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Spring, three generations of Gilmore women find themselves at a turning point in their lives following the death of Richard Gilmore.

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Lorelai and Rory in Winter  - Gilmore Girls
"Winter"

On Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Winter, three generations of Gilmore women find themselves at a turning point in their lives following the death of Richard Gilmore.

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"Those Are Strings, Pinocchio"

Rory graduates, and finds out her mother cannot afford to buy the inn since her financial aid for Yale has not come yet.

"Here Comes the Son"

Jess goes to Venice Beach, California to see his father. While there he meets his dad's new live in girlfriend, as well as her daughter.

"Say Goodnight, Gracie"

Jess' dad unexpectedly shows up at the diner, Fran dies, and Dean gets engaged.

"Keg! Max!"

Jess learns he's not going to graduate. Rory, Jess, Dean and Lindsay attend a party where Lane's band is playing.

"Happy Birthday, Baby"

Rory plans Lorelei's birthday bash with a huge pizza; Richard gives Lorelai the $75,000 profit he made from an investment.

"A Tale of Poes and Fire"

When the Independence Inn catches fire, guests stay at Lorelai's house while she goes Luke's.

Gilmore Girls Quotes

Emily: (about Luke) And how did he know that the bird was missing? What, was he strolling by your house and he heard your plaintive cries for help?
Lorelai: Mom.
Emily: Or the helpless cheep of a chick in trouble?
Lorelai: I called him, Mom. OK? I called him and asked him to come over and help me look for the bird. OK?
Emily: It seems like this man is always around when you're in trouble.
Lorelai: He's a good friend.
Emily: Oh, please.
Lorelai: Do we have to discuss this?
Emily: Lorelai, I'm getting a little tired of being lied to.
Lorelai: Apparently we do.
Emily: This man was at Rory's birthday party, he came to the hospital with you, he's the male lead in every story you tell, you go to the diner every single day. I've seen the way he looks at you, the way you look at him. I'm not a fool.
Lorelai: Mom, please.
Emily: Why do you treat me like I don't have a clue in the world as to what is going on in your life? Now I'm asking you, as a favor, if you have any respect for me at all as your mother, just tell me. Do you have feelings for this man?
Lorelai: I don't know. Maybe I do. I haven't given it much thought. Maybe I do.
Emily: Thank you. I'm glad you were finally honest with me. Now we can discuss what on earth you could possibly be thinking. Don't forget the ice.

Sherry: I can't just stop everything because...
Lorelai: You're having a baby. Admitting it is the first step.