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It Should've Been Lorelai 

Christopher and his girlfriend Sherry visit Stars Hollow leading Sherry to push for a Friday night out alone with Rory to bond. So Lorelai takes Christopher to a tumultuous Friday night ... See full summary »

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Christopher and his girlfriend Sherry visit Stars Hollow leading Sherry to push for a Friday night out alone with Rory to bond. So Lorelai takes Christopher to a tumultuous Friday night dinner at her parents. Lorelai, thinking she missed out on a life with Christopher, confesses her self-realization. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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12 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

After the debate, Lorelai and Sookie determine that Sherry must be a witch because she has perfect hair and a smooth dress after sitting for an hour. Mädchen Amick would later go on to play a witch on the series the Witches of East End (2013). See more »

Goofs

When Rory speaks with Lane from the pay phone in front of the school, there are several teenagers hanging out around her. When Lane looks through the telescope and tells Rory that there is something in her teeth, the shot is much wider and we see Rory completely alone. Then the shot returns to a closer frame and we see the other teenagers again. See more »

Quotes

Luke Danes: [to Lorelai and Rory] Call me if anyone sane walks in.
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Connections

References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

Soundtracks

Legal Man
Written by Isobel Campbell (uncredited), Richard Colburn (uncredited), Mick Cooke (uncredited), Stuart David (uncredited), Christopher Geddes (uncredited), Stevie Jackson (uncredited), Sarah Martin (uncredited) and Stuart Murdoch (uncredited)
Performed by Belle & Sebastian
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