Gilmore Girls: Season 5, Episode 3

Written in the Stars (5 Oct. 2004)

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Luke and Lorelai enjoy their first official date where Luke tells her he's all in for their relationship. Their new relationship is the basis for the next town hall meeting. Paris has a ... See full summary »

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Luke and Lorelai enjoy their first official date where Luke tells her he's all in for their relationship. Their new relationship is the basis for the next town hall meeting. Paris has a wake for the passing of her boyfriend and Rory meets a new guy. Written by Anonymous

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During the town meeting Taylor and the town tell a story of a couple that dated 10 years ago and caused a rift in the town when the relationship ended. Babette says that Faye owned a flower shop and Art owned a candy store, but later in the story says that after the split Faye quit making candy, obviously confusing the two. See more »

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Lorelai: [Luke and Lorelai just sat down in a booth reserved for them in a restaurant] Aren't we supposed to let someone who works here seat us?
Luke: Not necessary.
Lorelai: Is this like a Mafia thing?
Luke: Excuse me?
Lorelai: The whole coming in, special table, "reserved" sign. Are we gonna have to whack someone before the soup course?
Luke: No, I fulfilled my whacking quota for the week.
[puts head down in embarrassment, then looks up at Lorelai]
Luke: Dirty?
Lorelai: Extremely.
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Town Meeting
23 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Good afternoon, This is a delayed response to finally watching all of the Gilmore Girls seasons from beginning to now. I noticed that in this episode (season 5, episode #3), Luke is annoyed with going to the town meeting. His wording indicates he hates these meetings, and NEVER attends. Except, from the previous seasons DVD releases, I have witnessed that Luke is a staple at these meetings (butting heads with Taylor as often as possible). I know this is a trivial point, but I was confused as to the reason from the creative team as to why Luke disdaines his meeiting.

Can anybody shed light on the circumstances of this occurrence?

Thank you


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