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Say Goodbye to Daisy Miller 

Tension is still thick between Rory and Lorelai over Dean, so Rory seeks out Lane's perspective and decides to talk to Dean, which leads to more trouble. Lorelai and Luke clarify their new ... See full summary »
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Tension is still thick between Rory and Lorelai over Dean, so Rory seeks out Lane's perspective and decides to talk to Dean, which leads to more trouble. Lorelai and Luke clarify their new relationship while Emily announces she and Richard have separated. She and Rory decide to head to Europe to escape their problems. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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21 September 2004 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

The episode title is a reference to the Henry James novella 'Daisy Miller' in which a young American woman vacations in Europe, but whose flirtatious nature gets her into trouble. Rory also says "Say goodbye to Daisy Miller" in a conversation with Lorelai. See more »

Goofs

Visiting Rome, Emily mispronounces Piazza Navona as "Navano". See more »

Quotes

Rory: I was going to be practical, and I was going to be adult, and then...
Lane Kim: Yeah?
Rory: And then he walked in.
Lane Kim: Yeah?
Rory: And he kissed me, and I couldn't think! It was just - and then we...
Lane Kim: Again?
Rory: Well, once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy to duplicate.
Lane Kim: Where?
Rory: What?
Lane Kim: Where did you do it the second time?
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References Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) See more »

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The Candy Man
(uncredited)
Written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
Performed by Sammy Davis Jr.
Sung by Alexis Bledel
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