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Friday Night's Alright for Fighting 

Lorelai and Rory go to the Gilmore mansion for Friday night dinner, and there is a fight. Luke is still getting to know April.

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Lorelai and Luke have postponed their wedding, and Lorelai looks from afar as Luke gets to know his daughter. Rory agrees to go out with Logan but gets caught up in rescue efforts when the Daily News spirals out of control with Paris in the cockpit. Richard and Emily learn that Chris is paying for Yale and sparks fly at an impromptu Friday night dinner. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Comedy | Drama

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31 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Lorelai refers to her dog, Paul Anka, as a "true American". The real life Paul Anka is Canadian. See more »

Quotes

Rory Gilmore: Where is Michael and everyone else?
Bill: Well, let's see. The sports department, city department, entertainment department, and feature department, other than you, have quit. Michael quit. Sylvia quit. Joni quit. Sheila's sick tonight, but as soon as she's better, she's going to quit.
Rory Gilmore: Great.
Bill: Oh, not done. The senior editor quit. The entire copy department quit. The little fellow who brought around sandwiches in the basket quit.
Rory Gilmore: Okay, fine, I get it. Everyone quit.
Bill: Not everyone, but close. It was ...
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References The Bridges of Madison County (1995) See more »

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One of The Bes Episodes of Gilmore Girls Ever
7 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode has everything Gilmore Girls is famous for: witty dialog and MANY pop culture references. Firstly: Rory and Lorelai's lunch at Yale is HILAIOUS. The references to bridges of Madison County and Mozart pushed it to the top. Secondly: Lorelai's story before they enter the Gilmore house is HILARIOUS! and Finally: THE DINNER the way they were fighting with each other then Rory with Emily and Richard and Lorelai are calm then Richard and Emily fight then they're all laughing is AWESOME. then when Lorelai and Rory exit they look so fluttered and it just made me laugh.

all in all a Ten out of Ten!


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