Jackson is overwhelmed by the demands of his new job while Lorelai and Rory decide to see if they can get Richard and Emily back together. With Dean back in the picture, Lorelai tries to ... See full summary »

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Jackson is overwhelmed by the demands of his new job while Lorelai and Rory decide to see if they can get Richard and Emily back together. With Dean back in the picture, Lorelai tries to make things right with dinner and a movie, but when Pippi Longstocking isn't a good enough distraction for Luke's feelings that Dean isn't good enough for Rory, Lorelai has to bring out the Bop It!. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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19 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Christy O'Keefe plays Emily's maid Sarah. She played the same role in Gilmore Girls: Haunted Leg (2002). In that episode Emily was trying to prove that she is not too demanding of her maids so she put up with Sarah who was in fact a horrible maid. It is surprising therefore that she would rehire an incompetent person. See more »

Goofs

While watching 'Pippi Longstocking' at the Black, White, & Read movie theater, Lorelai asks Dean and Rory to refill the popcorn. They agree and take the popcorn tub and two cups for refills. They return a few minutes later with a full popcorn tub and four refilled drinks, handing two to Luke and Lorelai. Luke and Lorelai did not have drinks to refill. See more »

Quotes

Lorelai: Acting like a dim-witted salesgirl while showing off her mother's new personal panic room "I know how to protect you from Agent Orange and Shrapnel. Ask me how!"
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Connections

References Cool Hand Luke (1967) See more »

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Super Freak
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Written by Rick James and Alonzo Miller
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