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With graduation rapidly approaching, Rory begins to become more and more stressed about her future. Lorelai tries to cheer her up by planning the perfect day of shopping and eating. Later, after seeing that Luke is once again wearing the blue baseball cap, Lorelai invites him to come with her and Rory to karaoke night at a nearby bar. After drinks, Lorelai sings an emotion-filled song, noticeably directed toward Luke. Meanwhile, Logan returns to Connecticut after a business trip in California and pays a visit to Lorelai to discuss his future plans with Rory.
Tuesday May 01st, 2007
||Oct 12, 2007|
Guest StarsCo-Guest Stars
Rory is in class at Chilton when she’s informed that there’s been a mistake and she has to leave. She walks out of the classroom and into the front door of her home. Lorelai comes down the stairs and tells her that she’s leaving for Hawaii and doesn’t have time to talk. Lorelai runs out the door and Rory walks into the kitchen. There she finds Paris and Doyle eating breakfast with their two kids. Paris asks Rory why she’s here, and Doyle, thinking she needs money, hands her some cash. Paris hands Rory a long stick and a trash bag and tells her she better get to work. Rory jolts awake from her nightmare...Read the full recap
Yanic Truesdale (Michel) does not appear in this episode.
Ratings: 4.04 million viewers
This is the first time we see Lane and Zach's twins, Steve and Kwan.
Zach is offered the lead guitarist spot for Vapor Rub and Paris decides to attend Harvard Medical School after graduating from Yale.
Logan asks Lorelai
Rory: Wow, when did you get so mature?
Lane: Well, I think the maturity gene sets in when you become a mother
Lorelai: You're a serious guy. Look, you don't have to convince me. I voiced my concerns and you told me your plans, we had pie. I'm cool
Logan: Thank you! I appreciate that. That means a lot to me
Lorelai: Oh, you're welcome
Logan: So the thing is, as you can imagine, I'm pretty exited about all this
Logan: But it does mean I'll move to San Francisco
Lorelai: Oh wow! That's big. That's funny, Rory didn't mention it
Logan: Well, actually I haven't told her yet
Lorelai: And you're here because you want me to tell her for you?
Logan: No, no. I'm gonna tell her. I just ... I wanted to talk to you first about it
Lorelai: Okay. That's ... thoughtful
Logan: Look, I love Rory. She means the world to me, and I want her to come with me to California
Logan: But not just as my girlfriend, which is why I'm here. I'm here to ask your permission, your permission to ask Rory to marry me.
(Lorelai stares at Logan, overwhelmed and speechless)
Logan: Lorelai? Lorelai?
During the opening dream scene, Rory's bangs change from being pushed off to one side to hanging straight and covering her forehead.
When Lorelai and Rory are sitting in her bedroom, Rory's ponytail changes positions between shots.
In the final scene of the episode, the boxes containing french fries change from being opened to being closed between shots.
Zack: I'm just saying if you're going to do Boy George at least commit to high heels and make up.
Boy George is the lead singer of the 1980s group, Culture Club. He is known for his flamboyancy, which often includes too much make up and high heels.
Tokyo Police Club
Vapor Rub, the band that Zach is asked to play for, is going to open for Tokyo Police Club, which is an actual band from Canada.
Visual: Lorelai watching a movie at the end of the episode
The movie that Lorelai is watching at the end of the episode is the 1959 film, House on Haunted Hill.
Lorelai: Jackson Pollock.
Lorelai: He struggled before he succeeded, and I bet if you asked him now, he would tell you he was glad for that.
Jackson Pollock is a famous painter known for his work during the abstract movement.
Lorelai: Alanis Morissette.
Rory: What? No.
Alanis Morissette is a Canadian singer who has sold millions of records in both Canada and the United States.
Emily: I'm sure it's nepotism. If your name isn't Keller or Sulzberger, you may as well not even apply.
The Keller and Sulzberger families are both families that have a part in the New York Times: Keller is the executive editor of the Times while Sulzberger is the company chairman.
Babette: It's for my throat. Gives it a rougher quality, a husky sound sort of like Debbie Harry meets Ethel Merman.
Debbie Harry is an award-winning musician who was the frontwoman for the 1980s band Blondie. Ethel Merman is a Tony Award winning Broadway performer known for her voice.