Gilmore Girls: Season 6, Episode 22

Partings (9 May 2006)

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The town troubadour departs Stars Hallow for his Neil Young gig (creating a stampede of would-be troubadours to town). Logan graduates and leaves for London. And the Lorelai-Luke love affair may be ciao, adiós, game over.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lane Kim (credit only)
Michel Gerard (credit only)
Paris Geller (credit only)
Carolyn Bates


Logan graduates from Yale, and Rory tries to make their last day together as smooth as possible before he leaves for London as his father has demanded. While Stars Hollow is overrun by town singers hoping to find fame, Lorelai is avoiding Luke as she comes to the realization that she is not happy with the state of their relationship. She attends dinner with her parents, who have also invited Christopher and a woman Emily wants to set him up with. It becomes a night of fateful decisions. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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9 May 2006 (USA)  »

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This was the last original episode of the series to be broadcast on the WB Television Network. See more »


Luke: I don't like ultimatums.
Lorelai: I don't like Mondays, but unfortunately they come around eventually.
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References The Monkees (1966) See more »


Tried So Hard
by Yo La Tengo
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yes yes yes!!
12 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Finally - Lorelai and Christopher wake up together. If only the damn child (Gigi?) would die and the Gilmores would be perfect!

Luke is far too deceptive. He's initially unattractive because he's safe and boring, but now he's added complications, it's eradicated any of the "safe and boring" benefits. So Lorelai's better off going for the bad boy, i.e. Christopher. And for the record... Lorelai is my stripper name :D.

I still pine for Jess, but I'm sure that Logan will provide us with plenty of excitement.

This was a great tie-up for the end of the series: it left you itching for more (in true GG style!) but didn't make you go "What? What happened? I don't understand!"

Typical Gilmore excellence, xx

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