Gilmore Girls: Season 3, Episode 14

Swan Song (11 Feb. 2003)

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Lorelai heads off to New York with Alex, Sookie and Jackson. Meanwhile, Jess gets a black eye and doesn't want anybody to know just how it happened, which leads to trouble at Friday night dinner.

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Lorelai, Alex, Sookie, and Jackson all go to spend a weekend in Manhattan, but she's concerned about leaving Rory alone with chances of Jess coming over. But, there is no chance for it, as Jess and Rory get in a fight and he walks out on Friday night dinner at the grandparents'. Written by me

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The book that Rory and Jess read is The Holy Barbarians by Lawrence Lipton. Lipton is a beat poet and the father of Inside the Actor's Studio host James Lipton. See more »

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Rory: Alright, let's make it a foursome.
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