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Missing Rory, Lorelai tries to call her and is upset to find that Rory's cell phone is no longer in service. Sookie asks Lorelai and Rory to be the godparents to her two children in the hope that they will reconcile when they see each other at the ceremony. However, mother and daughter end up fighting when Lorelai realizes that Rory have her new cell number to Sookie but not to her. Logan learns that his father expects him to graduate this year and enter the family business. Wanting to break free from family pressures, Logan whisks Rory off to a weekend in New York.
Rory: You look nice today, Kirk.
Kirk: Thanks. This is the suit they buried my dad in.
Lorelai: You know what, it’s all true – I’m a horn dog.
Jackson: Sookie, look at the baptism as a bargaining chip. If we give my mother this, then it will soften the blow when she finds out that we’re not having any more children because of the vasectomy.
Luke: What are you doing yelling 'fire'? You can’t do that.
Lorelai: No, that only pertains to movie theatres, crowded ones. If you're watching a Wednesday matinee of Deuce Bigalow, you can yell 'fire' all you want, hell, you could start a fire and no one will complain.
Lorelai: Who’s getting baptized?
Sookie: Oh, our kids are, because apparently we’re suddenly super-religious.
Lorelai: He's snarky.
Sookie: And sarcastic.
Lorelai: He's snarkastic.
Maid: Mrs. Gilmore says that autumn is the time for sweaters and wool, not for sundresses and flipper-floppers.
Jackson: He thinks you’re a nympho. Bo said Rune said you’re a horn dog.
Lorelai: A horn dog?
Jackson: His word, not mine.
Sookie: His family, not mine.
When Rory calls Logan after the baptism, he is in class. However, the baptism took place on a Saturday when classes are not in session.
Episode Title: Always a Godmother, Never a God
The title is a play on the popular quote 'Always a bridesmaid, never a bride'.
Lorelai: She played me like a Stradivarius.
A Stradivarius is a brand of violin.
Jackson: What about the time we had to see your stuttering cousin Odell in the worst production of Nicholas Nickleby known to man!
Nicholas Nickleby is a novel written by Charles Dickens.