Gilmore Girls (2000–2007)
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There's the Rub 

Lorelai and Emily spend a weekend at a health spa, but they sneak out for some real food at a local restaurant where Emily dances with a distinguished stranger, then blames Lorelai for her ... See full summary »

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Sookie St. James (credit only)
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Lane Kim (credit only)
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Michel Gerard (credit only)
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Lorelai and Emily spend a weekend at a health spa, but they sneak out for some real food at a local restaurant where Emily dances with a distinguished stranger, then blames Lorelai for her feelings of guilt. Back at home, Rory looks forward to a rare evening alone, but when Paris, Jess and Dean all drop by to keep her company, the sparks fly. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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9 April 2002 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Paris talks to her nanny, who she previously mentioned was Portuguese, on the phone in Spanish, not Portuguese. See more »

Goofs

When Jess enters the kitchen with Luke's "care package", Rory comments that it's enough to feed 6. After Rory invites Paris, Jess (who invited himself) says there's only enough left for 4 with him around. Rory replies it's down to 2 with Paris around, implying that Paris would eat twice as much as either Rory or Jess. See more »

Quotes

Paris: A tragic waste of paper.
Jess: I can't *believe* you just said that.
Paris: Well it's true. The Beats' writing was completely self-indulgent. I have 1 word for Jack Kerouac: Edit.
Jess: It was not self-indulgent, The Beats believed in shocking people, stirring things up.
Paris: They believed in drugs, booze, and petty crime.
Rory: Well, then you could say that they exposed you to a world that you wouldn't have otherwise known. Isn't that what great writing is all about?
Rory: That was not great writing. It was the National Enquirer...
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Connections

References The Godfather (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Come Fly With Me
Written by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
Performed by Marty and Elayne
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