Gilmore Girls: Season 5, Episode 11

Women of Questionable Morals (25 Jan. 2005)

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Rory continues to give her dad the cold shoulder until she learns his father has passed away. Lorelai spends time comforting Christopher but keeps it from Luke, and Richard and Emily find a lost dog.

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Rory continues to give her dad the cold shoulder until she learns his father has passed away. Lorelai spends time comforting Christopher but keeps it from Luke, and Richard and Emily find a lost dog.

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During the scene right after the theme song, when the war reinactors are meeting, the snow behind Taylor's head changes from going from right to left to left to right. See more »

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Lorelai: The only bright side of my day is being asked to be a prostitute.
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