Gilmore Girls: Season 3, Episode 11

I Solemnly Swear (21 Jan. 2003)

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Emily is being sued by a maid for wrongful termination and asks Lorelai to attest to her character. Francie manages to come between Paris and Rory leaving Rory out in the cold and Sookie unwittingly sets up a date with an old friend.

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Emily is being sued by a maid for wrongful termination and asks Lorelai to attest to her character. Francie manages to come between Paris and Rory leaving Rory out in the cold and Sookie unwittingly sets up a date with an old friend.

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When Sookie tells Lorelai that Joe was interested in her, Lorelai tells Sookie that she is Joe's Daisy. The character of Daisy is from the book The Great Gatsby. 'Edward Hermann' who plays Lorelai's father also played Klipspringer in the movie The Great Gatsby (1974). See more »

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[Lorelai displays a cootie catcher]
Lorelai: Pick a color.
Sookie: Pink!
Lorelai: 'Cause you're a girl.
Sookie: Exactly.
Lorelai: P-i-n-k. Pick a number.
Sookie: Five.
Lorelai: You will marry Shaun Cassidy and cheat with David.
Sookie: Well, good for me.
Lorelai: My turn.
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References Xanadu (1980) See more »

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Bad Moon Rising
Written by John Fogerty
Performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
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