Getting an education: Taylor Doose learns the Winter Carnival can be successful without him. Paris learns the Yale Daily News staff loathes and fears her, and Lorelai learns Luke has a daughter.

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The Winter Carnival is coming up, but Taylor is stuck out of town and can't organize it. Lorelai discovers Luke has a child and has kept it from her for two months. Logan desperately tries to win back Rory and even goes to the lengths of asking Lorelai for help. Paris's repressive leadership inspires a revolt at the Daily News. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Comedy | Drama

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17 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

You never find out the contents of the letter that Lorelai writes to Rory. See more »

Goofs

During Luke's phone call to Anna, a tiffany style lamp with dragonflies is seen behind Anna. It is an unusual design, one that is seen in the lobby of the Dragonfly Inn. Obviously "borrowed" to fill out this scene. See more »

Quotes

Paris Geller: Hey. You check in?
Rory Gilmore: Check in?
Paris Geller: The board. The new system? This is the best way for me to know where anyone is at any given time. All the names are on the left. Each coloured magnet represents an activity. If you're out on assignment, it's a red magnet. If you're in the john, it's a blue magnet. If you're at home, a purple magnet. If you're at your desk, it's a green magnet.
Rory Gilmore: But if they're at their desk, you can just glance over and see that they're at their desks.
Paris Geller: But I'd have to glance all ...
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References Columbo (1971) See more »

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