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Gypsy (Character)
from "Gilmore Girls" (2000)

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"Gilmore Girls: Written in the Stars (#5.3)" (2004)
Luke: [at a meeting where the town is debating the merits of Luke and Lorelai dating] All right! That's it! This is my relationship. Not yours! Not yours!
[to Lorelai]
Luke: Yours
[to everyone else]
Luke: But not yours. Mine and hers but not
[looking pointedly at Taylor]
Luke: yours! There's not gonna be any more debating about whether or not it's a good idea if we're in a relationship, 'cause we're in a relationship
Lorelai Gilmore: Show them the horoscope!
Taylor Doose: But in the event of a breakup...
Luke: There's not going to be a breakup.
Gypsy: Well, isn't he the optimistic fellow?
Luke: Fine. In case of a breakup, I'll move. I'll close up Luke's Diner, I'll go far, far away, and that way you won't have to choose, okay? Every section in town can be pink.
Taylor Doose: Can we have your word on that?
Luke: You can have my word and a couple of middle fingers on that, Taylor.

Taylor Doose: People, do I have to remind you about Fay Wellington and Art Brush, huh? Do I?
[murmurs in the crowd]
Lorelai Gilmore: Uh, yeah.
Babette Dell: Fay owned a flower shop, and Art owned a candy store, and they fell madly in love about 10 years ago; \big romance.
Taylor Doose: And for a while, it all worked very synergistically. Flowers and candy seemed like a perfect match...
Miss Patty: Until Art met Margie.
Gypsy: The fudge queen.
Babette Dell: Ooh, that was bad.
Taylor Doose: The whole town split right down the middle. Suddenly you could buy flowers or you could buy candy.
Miss Patty: Valentine's Day was a nightmare.
Taylor Doose: ...Eventually, the hostility forced Art to move.
Babette Dell: Fay never married. She stopped making candy. It was very sad.
Taylor Doose: And those storefronts were empty for a year. No one wanted to be there.
Lorelai Gilmore: God, this sounds terrible. Maybe they have a point.
Luke: No, they don't have a point.
Lorelai Gilmore: Well, what if something happens?
Luke: This is crazy. I don't believe that the breakup of Fay Wellington and Art Brush affected the economy of this town one bit.
Taylor Doose: Well, lucky for you, I brought charts
Luke: You have charts concerning the romance of two people who used to live here 10 years ago?

"Gilmore Girls: Unto the Breach (#7.21)" (2007)
Taylor Doose: [at the town meeting] All right, everybody! That's enough! The meeting has come to order. Now before we get down to official business, I would like to unofficially thank all of you for your concerns over my health. I'm doing much better, thank you.
Babette Dell: We never heard. What did you do?
Lorelai Gilmore: Yeah what happened?
Miss Patty: I heard you slipped in the tub.
Taylor Doose: That's right, I did. Let that be a lesson to all of you. Bathroom safety is a serious business. One can never be too careful. Now, on to...
Gypsy: I thought the paramedics found you in your living room.
Taylor Doose: Well, yes. The tub was, in fact, a pedi-spa. I have bunions, and I was soaking, but it still was exceedingly slippery

Taylor Doose: Onto the next order of business. Our esteemed friend and neighbor Kirk would like a permit to do his performance art piece called "Kirk-in-a-box" in the town square.
Kirk Gleason: It isn't a performance art piece. It is a feat of endurance - an attempt to stretch the bounds of human possibility.
Miss Patty: And what exactly is "Kirk-in-a-box"?
Kirk Gleason: I will be suspended 20 feet above the street in a clear Lucite box with no food or water.
Lorelai Gilmore: Like David Blaine.
Kirk Gleason: Not at all. My box is smaller.
Babette Dell: Why?
Kirk Gleason: Because Lucite is very costly.
Babette Dell: No. Why are you doing it?
Kirk Gleason: To see if I can.
Taylor Doose: Let me point out that something like this could draw a crowd.
Gypsy: Hey, if Kirk wants to sit in a box, let him sit in a box.
Morey Dell: Yeah, what do we care?
Babette Dell: Yeah, you don't have to look. It's a good idea! Let's vote!
Taylor Doose: Very well. All those in favor.
[Town votes Aye]
Taylor Doose: All right, all right. But don't complain to me when and if we run into a parking situation...

"Gilmore Girls: Wedding Bell Blues (#5.13)" (2005)
Miss Patty: [Lorelai has had to throw Emily an impromptu bachelorette party and invited all the women from Stars Hollow. Emily is now drunk] So, Emily, tell us about this party of yours tomorrow.
Emily Gilmore: It's going to be fabulous. Isn't it, Lorelai?
Lorelai: Ab fab, sweetie darling.
Emily Gilmore: Isn't she hilarious? I never have any idea what she's talking about, but she's so entertaining! Like a chimp. Isn't she like a chimp, Gypsy?
Gypsy: Please make your mother stop talking to me.
Lorelai: If only I had that power.

"Gilmore Girls: Ted Koppel's Big Night Out (#4.9)" (2003)
[everyone in town is lined up outside the bakery to get pie for lunch instead of going to Luke's Diner]
Luke Danes: I don't believe you people. You've been coming to my diner for years, and now, all of a sudden, because I give a local kid a break, try to teach him a skill, give him a chance to get a little extra cash, a little independence, you all just up and leave? So he's not the most popular kid in town. If I remember correctly I wasn't exactly the most popular kid in town, either.
Gypsy: Yeah. But, you didn't do that laughing thing.
Luke Danes: Whatever I did, I grew up, I got responsible. This town gave me a chance, and I proved them right. Now, you're gonna stand there and tell me that's it, that you've given out all the passes you had and you're not coming to my diner anymore, because you don't like Brennon? Well, fine. Fine! Do not come to my diner. From now on, every day is a nice day for pie.
[Luke starts to walk toward his diner and notices Brennon standing on a table singing and playing air-guitar]
Luke Danes: Just give me 10 minutes.

"Gilmore Girls: Take the Deviled Eggs... (#3.6)" (2002)
Luke Danes: [about Jess' new car] He paid you for it, right?
Gypsy: Nothing's free at Gypsy's.
Luke Danes: And he paid cash?
Gypsy: Mostly twenties.
Luke Danes: Did you make sure Andrew Jackson was on the bills, not Alfred E. Neuman or someone?
Gypsy: Looked real to me.
Luke Danes: Well when he took the money out of wherever he had it, did a mask or a gun fall out?
Gypsy: No, but he was carrying it in a canvas bag with a big dollar sign on it.
Luke Danes: Really?
Gypsy: No.
Luke Danes: Good.
Gypsy: Guys are stupid.
Luke Danes: What?
Gypsy: You strip your gears, ride your brakes. And if we don't laugh after we make a joke, you think we're serious.
Jackson Belleville: [from off camera] I don't ride my brakes!