Gilmore Girls: Season 2, Episode 10

The Bracebridge Dinner (11 Dec. 2001)

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While Rory struggles to keep the budding rivalry between Dean and Jess under control, Lorelai invites most of the citizens of Stars Hollow to an elaborate feast complete with Elizabethan ... See full summary »

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While Rory struggles to keep the budding rivalry between Dean and Jess under control, Lorelai invites most of the citizens of Stars Hollow to an elaborate feast complete with Elizabethan costumes and horse-drawn sleigh rides, during which Richard announces to Emily that he has retired. Written by Anonymous

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Lorelai and Sookie mention that the Bracebridge dinner's theme is 19th-century England, but the costumes and music are clearly from an earlier time. See more »

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Lorelai Gilmore: Hey, I have a new year's resolution for you: Become more cynical and self-absorbed.
Rory Gilmore: I'll work on it.
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References Knowhutimean? Hey Vern, It's My Family Album (1983) See more »

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Symphony No. 38
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Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Hummed by Edward Herrmann
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