Gilmore Girls: Season 7, Episode 7

French Twist (14 Nov. 2006)

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Christopher and Lorelai take his daughter Gigi to visit her mother in Paris. Despite severe jet lag, they manage to have a wonderful, romantic time enjoying the city and each other. Rory ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sookie St. James (credit only)
Michel Gerard (credit only)
Logan Huntzberger (credit only)
Emily Gilmore (credit only)
Richard Gilmore (credit only)
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Christopher and Lorelai take his daughter Gigi to visit her mother in Paris. Despite severe jet lag, they manage to have a wonderful, romantic time enjoying the city and each other. Rory comes to the end of her tenure as Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Daily News and suddenly finds herself unsure of her future. Her new friends Olivia and Lucy suggest a trip to Stars Hollow for a girls' night. When they return, Rory is surprised to find that Lucy's new boyfriend is her old friend Marty, who pretends not to know Rory. Christopher and Lorelai return home with a surprise for everyone. Written by Anonymous

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When Olivia and Lucy are looking in the broom cupboard closet at Rory's growth chart they discuss how tall she was at age seven. Lorelei and Rory didn't move into that house until Rory was 11 years old. See more »


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Gilmore Girls has spiraled downward since she left
26 January 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It took Palladino 7 years to bring Luke and Lorelai together, and the result was that the audience loved the duo. It took the new producer, Rosenthal, 2 months to get Lorelai and Christopher married and talking about kids. Already, everyone is hating the show. If you ask the producers of Friends how they made such a successful show they will tell you that timing is everything! But that's not the only thing about the show that has turned it into the worst series. The script also has been flat, and boring. Everyone used to love the show for its script. The little stories that Lorelai and Rory told each other, often containing information about various music bands made the show unique. It's true that in the sixth season it was beginning to become more like a soap opera, but its script was still fun and entertaining. The new producer has not been able to write the way Palladino used to (except when he shows Kirk. That is still funny). Gilmore Girls is losing its fans for one reason only, because Palladino is not writing the script!!!

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