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Paris Geller (Character)
from "Gilmore Girls" (2000)

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Paris Gellar was introduced in the second episode of season 1... See more »

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  1. "Gilmore Girls"
    ... aka "Gilmore Girls: Beginnings" - USA (rerun title)
        - Bon Voyage (2007) TV episode, Played by Liza Weil
        - Unto the Breach (2007) TV episode, Played by Liza Weil
        - Lorelai? Lorelai? (2007) TV episode, Played by Liza Weil
        - It's Just Like Riding a Bike (2007) TV episode, Played by Liza Weil
        - Hay Bale Maze (2007) TV episode, Played by Liza Weil
          (122 more)

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From "Gilmore Girls: There's the Rub (#2.16)" (2002)
Paris: A tragic waste of paper.
Jess: I can't *believe* you just said that.
Paris: Well it's true. The Beats' writing was completely self-indulgent. I have 1 word for Jack Kerouac: Edit.
Jess: It was not self-indulgent, The Beats believed in shocking people, stirring things up.
Paris: They believed in drugs, booze, and petty crime.
Rory: Well, then you could say that they exposed you to a world that you wouldn't have otherwise known. Isn't that what great writing is all about?
Rory: That was not great writing. It was the National Enquirer of the 50's.
Jess: You're cracked.
Paris: Typical guy response. Worship Kerouac and Bukowski, god forbid you pick up anything by Jane Austin.
Jess: Hey, I've read Jane Austin
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