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How Many Kropogs to Cape Cod? 

Taylor agrees the museum is a bust. Lorelai meets to discuss selling the Dragonfly while Rory starts her new internship with Logan's father. Friday night dinner with the grandparents goes ... See full summary »

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Taylor agrees the museum is a bust. Lorelai meets to discuss selling the Dragonfly while Rory starts her new internship with Logan's father. Friday night dinner with the grandparents goes great for Logan and Rory while Lorelai, after begging to attend, gets the cold shoulder. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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3 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

While the "Kropog" is fictional, the story is based on a MIT fraternity prank. In 1958, MIT student Oliver R. Smoot lay down repeatedly on the Harvard Bridge and his frat brothers marked the bridge in "Smoots." The bridge still has the markings. See more »

Goofs

When Logan and Rory are talking about how Logan's lack of knowledge about his own father, he says they've had two conversations, one being "Logan, when you're sailing close hauled, wait until you gain that last bit of boat speed before you pull in the Jib sheet." In truth, when you're sailing close hauled your jib sheets are already as tight as they can (or should) be. He may have been preparing for a tack, but if that were the case he would wait for that last bit of speed before easing the jib sheet. See more »

Quotes

Paris Geller: Sick people freak me out.
Doyle: You're pre-med!
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Connections

References Deadwood (2004) See more »

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Walking on Sunshine
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Written by Kimberley Rew
Performed by Liza Weil
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