Gilmore Girls (2000–2007)
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Luke volunteers to help convert old man Twickum's house into a museum just to see if he can buy it. Meanwhile with the help of some Founder's day punch, Lane, Paris and Rory commiserate ... See full summary »

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Luke volunteers to help convert old man Twickum's house into a museum just to see if he can buy it. Meanwhile with the help of some Founder's day punch, Lane, Paris and Rory commiserate about their love lives. Lorelai forgets to keep some news off the record when she is interviewed by a magazine about the success of the Dragonfly Inn. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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19 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jared Padalecki had to be written out of the show because the Pilot for his new show, Supernatural (2005), got picked up. See more »

Quotes

Rory Gilmore: Why doesn't he like me, why won't he call me, what did I do? Mom...
Lorelai Gilmore: Shh.
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References Live and Let Die (1973) See more »

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Too Much Love
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Written & Performed by LCD Soundsystem
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Kirk's place to live
2 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kirk held down many jobs at one time during the show through all the episodes. Where did this money go that he could not afford a place of his own when he moved out of his mom's instead of crashing at everyone else's house? Why was he even still living at home to begin with? We know from previous episodes as Luke was looking for a place to live that there are in fact several places available for rent in Stars Hallow. As old as Kirk was/is I could understand his mother staying with him or him staying with his mother if it was a health issue but I do not remember anything of the sorts every being mentioned. SO, basically, why the heck doesn't Kirk have his own place?? Any idea or suggestions?


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