Lorelai: What about Rory?
Richard: I don't like what I see in that girl.
Lorelai: My eyes?
Luke: It tasted pink. Like really tasted really pink. Like pink pink.
Lorelai: Let’s get something to eat.
Luke: God that’s terrible. It’s like drinking a my little pony.
Lorelai: (imitating Richard) “She’s turning twenty-one Lorelai, did you know that?” Of course I know that, I was there when she was turning nothing.
Lorelai: I got a dog.
Lorelai: Stop! He's fine.
Rory: He's alive?
Lorelai: Yes, he's alive and I'm not discussing that hamster again.
Lorelai: Yeah, we’re making the bedroom bigger.
Rory: You and Luke?
Lorelai: No, me and John O’Hurley. Luke doesn’t know yet. I hope he takes it okay.
Reverend Boatwright: Your virtue is a gift...it is a gift you can give to only one man…If you give it away too soon and to the wrong man, then when the right one does come along, you have no gift to give. You'll have to buy him a sweater.
Lorelai: Not too limpy ‘cause Luke is a big guy and he needs a big guy sausage.
Sookie: Don’t we all?
Lorelai: Don’t make my man’s sausage dirty!
Emily: Where’s Luke? I hope he didn’t get lost somewhere.
Lorelai: Oh, no. I’m sure he’s just sizing up how much silver he can stuff into his pockets without it making to much of a bulge.
Babette: So what about you, honey, what are you going to do ?
Lorelai: Oh you know, the same thing I always do.
Babette: Oh, you’re gonna hang caramel apples from the tree again?
Lorelai: Kids love them.
Babette: They’re not that scary.
Lorelai: Well, to a diabetic, they’re downright terrifying.
(after Rory called the diner)
Luke: She was mad and she yelled and she said hell. I didn't even know she knew how to say hell.
Richard: We need a plan!
Lorelai: But we... I had a plan! You changed the plan. Plan’s gone baby!
Richard: I don’t appreciate your tone
Lorelai: Apparently the proper tone went out with the plan.
Richard: Impossible girl!
Lorelai: My Native American name, I believe.
Rory: That ultimate-gift ship has sailed a long time ago.
Rory: Its probably in Fiji by now. (pause) So, have you seen The Forty-Year -Old Virgin? I think you'd like it.
Lorelai: What smells so good?
Luke: Fried chicken.
Lorelai: Luke, will you marry me?
Luke: (about the pancakes) You're going to be sick.
Luke: It's already loaded with chocolate chips...That's candy and your adding whip cream, thats more candy.
Lorelai: Got any jelly beans?
Luke: Now I'm going to be sick.
Lorelai: Oh, and a cherry.
Paris: Last year I was sleeping with the editor.
Doyle: And now I am!
Lorelai: This is just like my parents, you know. They doublecross me and then they get mad when I won’t help them undo the double cross.
Lorelai: (to Luke who's desperatly trying to lift up the doll house) I’m hungry, I’m ordering pizza. The top comes off.
No, me and John O'Hurley.
John O'Hurley is an actor who is best known for his role as J. Peterman on Seinfeld
and was recently on Dancing with the Stars
Episode Title: Twenty-One is the Loneliest Number
The title of the episode was taken from the song "One" by Three Dog Night which includes the lyrics "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do; Two can be as bad as one, It's the loneliest number since the number one."
Richard: She's running around talking about tea parties like the Mad Hatter.
The Mad Hatter is a character from the book, which was made into a movie, Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carrol.
Rory: I just had a dream that Madeline Albright was my mother!
Madeleine Albright was the 64th Secretary of State in the U.S. during Bill Clinton's term as President.
Rory: (to the Reverend) So, have you seen The Forty-Year -Old Virgin? I think you'd like it.
The Forty-Year-Old Virgin is a movie starring Steve Carell that follows the life of Andy Stitzer, a 40-year old virgin, as he tries to have his first sexual relationship.
Lorelei: Determined, demented, delovely.
This is a reference to the "It's Delovely" by Cole Porter that includes the line "It's delightful, it's delicious, it's delovely."