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Lorelai's First Cotillion 

When Richard and Emily have no real reaction to the news of her break up, Lorelai suddenly realizes that most of her emotional life has been based on doing and feeling the opposite of ... See full summary »

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When Richard and Emily have no real reaction to the news of her break up, Lorelai suddenly realizes that most of her emotional life has been based on doing and feeling the opposite of whatever her parents want. Later, when Michel forces Lorelai to attend Emily's cotillion dance, Lorelai discovers that some things her parents wanted for her weren't really that terrible. Meanwhile, Rory has a tough time making her long-distance relationship work. Written by Alex

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10 October 2006 (USA)  »

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This episode doesn't have any movie references, which is something unusual for Gilmore Girls (2000) because the show is known for its movie references in every episode. See more »

Goofs

Within the episode, they mention several times that this was Lorelai's First Cotillion. But in the episode Gilmore Girls: Presenting Lorelai Gilmore Christopher says that he and Lorelai went to 17 cotillion, a dozen débutante balls and a brief but scarring experiment with the children of the American Revolution when they were young. So, this would indicate that Lorelai had previously gone to at least 17 other cotillions. See more »

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Rory Gilmore: Hey, you're gonna wow 'em at your cotillion.
Beverly: Did you ever attend a cotillion?
Rory Gilmore: No, I haven't actually, but I had a coming out party.
Lorelai Gilmore: And I totally supported her decision, she shouldn't have to hide her love for women.
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Featured in Privileged: All About Friends and Family (2008) See more »

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Written by: Johann Strauss
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Lousy
10 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hate the way the show is going this year. They are trying to make us think that Chris has been this great guy all these years and, yet, he has been portrayed as an irresponsible man and father to Rory until he came into some money. Now, he is just the best?? You have got to be kidding!! This show was started on the assumption that Luke and Lor would come together as a unit and stay together. I could see some bumpy times like all relationships but not jumping out of Luke's bed one night and into Chris' bed the next nite. I sure hope young people aren't watching this show. It sure isn't sending a good message to them. I have all 6 seasons on DVD but, so far, will be saving money on this one.


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