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Gilmore Girls: You've Been Gilmored

Emily, wanting to get to know her future son-in-law better, asks Lorelai to invite Luke over for dinner. However, Lorelai doesn't tell Emily about the postponement. Meanwhile, The Yale Daily News staff fires Paris and Rory takes over as editor. This angers Paris and she kicks Rory out of her apartment, leaving Rory to have to move in with Logan.

Episode Info

Episode number: 6x14
Production Number: 2T6314
Airdate: Tuesday February 07th, 2006

Alternate Airdates:

DE (Vox) Dec 05, 2006


Special Guest Stars
David SutcliffeDavid Sutcliffe
As Christopher Hayden

Guest Stars
Adam HendershottAdam Hendershott
As A.K.
Amy SloanAmy Sloan
As Sheila
Devon MichaelsDevon Michaels
As Bill
Rona BensonRona Benson
As Joni

Co-Guest Stars
Danny PudiDanny Pudi
As Raj
Milo TakodaMilo Takoda
As Flower Vendor
Robert ArceRobert Arce
As Professor Coppedge
Main Cast
Lauren GrahamLauren Graham
As Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis BledelAlexis Bledel
As Rory Gilmore
Scott PattersonScott Patterson
As Luke Danes
Edward HerrmannEdward Herrmann
As Richard Gilmore
Kelly BishopKelly Bishop
As Emily Gilmore
Yanic TruesdaleYanic Truesdale
As Michel Gerard
Liza WeilLiza Weil
As Paris Gellar
Matt CzuchryMatt Czuchry
As Logan Huntzberger
Episode Notes
Melissa McCarthy (Sookie), Sean Gunn (Kirk) and Keiko Agena (Lane) do not appear in this episode.

Episode Quotes
Paris: If the hurricanes don't kill you, the bird flu will.

Luke: Your parents aren't warm people.
Lorelai: They were extras in March of the Penguins.

Lorelai: He's perfectly fine with having all his personal freedoms taken away, as long as he doesn't see it while it's happening -- like a true American.

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.
Rory: Really?
Logan: No, I have no idea where to get ginsu knives.

Lorelai: What are you doing in there?
Rory: Facial exercises, the younger I look the younger you look.
Lorelai: Good point.

Rory: I don't believe it.
Christopher: What?
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!

Cultural References
Episode Title: You've Been Gilmored

The episode title is a reference to the catch phrase from the MTV show Punk'd, "You've been Punk'd".

Rory: You didn't call me Hester Prynne once.

Hester Prynne is the one of the main characters from the book The Scarlet Letter who committed adultry.

Paris: I don't want to be the story at my own newspaper, because then I'd be Judith Miller, and I'd have to wear my bangs too long, and overdo my lipstick.

Judith Miller was a New York Times journalist who refused to reveal a leak that named a covert CIA agent. She began working for the Times in 1977 and retired in 2005.

Luke: My motto is "Everything in moderation".
Richard: Smart. Very Walden-esque.

Walden, written by Henry David Thoreau, is an essay about life at Walden Pond while Thoreau lived alone in the forest.

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?

Adolf Hitler's original plan to come into power was a putsch that he planned in a beer hall.

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