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Love, Daisies and Troubadours 

In one of the highest rated shows, Lorelai is becoming seriously involved with Max just as she finds herself getting in the middle of another relationship when Luke's girlfriend Rachel ... See full summary »

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Sookie St. James
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Lane Kim
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Michel Gerard
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Emily Gilmore (credit only)
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Richard Gilmore (credit only)
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Miss Patty
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Paris Geller
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In one of the highest rated shows, Lorelai is becoming seriously involved with Max just as she finds herself getting in the middle of another relationship when Luke's girlfriend Rachel accuses him of being in love with Lorelai. Meanwhile, Rory has her own romance drama and tries to work up the courage to win Dean back. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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10 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

First appearance of the second troubadour, played by Dave Allen. Allen would go on to portray the electrocuted ghost in the subway in Ghostbusters (2016), which starred Gilmore Girls alum Melissa McCarthy. See more »

Goofs

As Lorelai and Luke are sitting in her kitchen talking about Rachel and how he's used to living alone. He says something about using milk and then coming back to the fridge and finding it in the exact same spot and Lorelai says, "Oh, we don't even keep milk in the house." Yet earlier, Rory (also in their kitchen) took out of the fridge a big glass bottle of milk, which Lorelai took a big chug out of. See more »

Quotes

Dean: Clara? What's the matter?
Clara Forester: The girlscout scared me!
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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How To Dream
by Sam Phillips
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