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
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The book that Rory is reading in the bookstore is "Sexus: The Rosy Crucifixion I" by Henry Miller
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Rory is seen tutoring a student for the SAT by working on an analogy question. The current version of the SAT does not include analogies. See more
Hey you're gonna wow em at your cotillion.
Did you ever attend a cotillion?
No, I haven't actually, but I had a coming out party.
And I totally supported her decision, she shouldn't have to hide her love for women.
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