Gilmore Girls: Season 4, Episode 16

The Reigning Lorelai (2 Mar. 2004)

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Lorelai the first passes on suddenly leaving Richard a mess and Emily handling all the arrangements till she discovers a letter Trix wrote Richard the day before he and Emily married. Lorelai finishes up the arrangements the best she can. Luke and Nicole quarrel in the town square and bar glass pinching cousin Marilyn reminisces about Lorelai the First's full life. Written by Anonymous

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Trix's Letter to Richard: My dearest Richard it is with heavy heart that I write you this letter tonight but I cannot stand by and let you make a terrible mistake. Until now I had thought, hoped, prayed that you would come to the same conclusion I have. But you have not and therefore I feel it's my duty as your mother to beg you to reconsider your impending marriage. I'm sure that Emily is a very suitable woman for someone but not for you. She will not be able to make you happy. She does not have the Gilmore stamina or spark, she is simply not a Gilmore. I don't know the circumstances surrounding your breakup with Pennilyn Lott but it is still my belief that she is much better suited for you than Emily. I know that the timing of this is particularly awkward, since you are to be married tomorrow but your happiness is too important to me so timing be damned. See more »

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While Emily is on the phone with Lorelai, a vase on the table moves around between shots. See more »

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Jason: There was a real bad time in my family when we had someone die about once a month. Yeah, for about a year they were dropping like flies.
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