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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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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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14 November 2006 (USA)  »

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The bedding in Paris, with the blue trim, is the same bedding Lorelai removed from her own bed in Gilmore Girls: The Long Morrow (2006). See more »

Goofs

When Lorelai and Chris wake up, she says it's 4am, but hours later, when they're waiting to get into the restaurant she says "if they weren't open at 11 I don't think they're gonna be open at 5 in the morning." See more »

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Christopher Hayden: I hope Gigi picks up the language and the customs, but none of the rudeness.
Lorelai Gilmore: Oh, no, Gigi's too sweet. She's got an impenetrable coat of sweetness around her. You shouldn't have called her Gigi, you should've called her M&Ms.
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References 60 Minutes (1968) See more »

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Bittersweet
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Written by Joe Lervold
Courtesy of Position Music
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The One In Paris...
3 May 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I enjoy this episode. Although I absolutely hate the Lorelai/Christopher relationship, always have and always will, I like this episode. It's not one of my favorites but it's entertaining enough for me to watch it during a Gilmore Girls marathon.

In this episode, Lorelai and Christopher take G.G., Christopher's daughter, to visit her Mother, Sherri, in Paris. Lorelai and Christopher fight terrible jet lag, even though it's not that far away. I've been on a seventeen hour plane flight. After that you will have jet lag. Anyway, they can't fight it and go to sleep. They wake up in the middle of the early morning, when nothing's open. In the end Christopher bribes a restaurant to open, to try and make it romantic. It just makes me want to vomit. Meanwhile, Rory reign as the editor-in-chief at the Yale Daily News has come to an end. She and her new friends, Olivia and Lucy, all go to Stars Hollow for a girls night. They dye their hair funny colors and then Rory gets very upset.

Overall, I give this episode a 6 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Good.


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