Gilmore Girls (2000–2007)
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Paris Is Burning 

As the relationship with Rory's teacher Max grows more serious, Lorelai panics and decides to end it, but her attempt to break up with him during Parent-Teacher night at Chilton causes even more trouble at school for Rory.

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Sookie St. James
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Lane Kim (credit only)
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Michel Gerard (credit only)
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Emily Gilmore
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Richard Gilmore (credit only)
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Paris Geller
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Mrs. Geller
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Tristin Dugray
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Louise Grant
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Jackson Belleville
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As the relationship with Rory's teacher Max grows more serious, Lorelai panics and decides to end it, but her attempt to break up with him during Parent-Teacher night at Chilton causes even more trouble at school for Rory.

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11 January 2001 (USA)  »

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When Sookie asks Jackson to dinner, a red boom mic is visible for a few seconds See more »

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Lorelai Gilmore: Hey, you will not stand there singing Ricky Martin songs to me. This is not a pattern ok? I'm not doing what I always do. This is not the same.
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References The Omen (1976) See more »

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Livin' la Vida Loca
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Written by Desmond Child, Luis Gómez Escolar, and Draco Rosa
Performed by Melissa McCarthy
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The One With The Parent-Teacher Conference...
6 October 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this episode. It's not my favorite episode, by far. Not of the series, and not even the season, but it still definitely worth a watch.

In this episode, Lorelai starts panicking about her, and Max's relationship. So she decides to end things. I mean, it is super awkward, your Mother dating your teacher. It's also so unethical. They should have waited until Rory wasn't in Max's class anymore, and then start dating. Then there would be no conflict of interest. But no... They do it their way. Anyway, she tries to break up with him at the Parent-Teacher Conference, but it doesn't go well, and this makes even more trouble for Rory. Especially when Paris finds out about the two dating.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.


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