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Rory goes home to Stars Hollow to have dinner with her parents, where it is revealed that they eloped while in Paris. Rory pretends to be happy but later reveals her anger to Lorelai. Logan... See full summary »

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Rory goes home to Stars Hollow to have dinner with her parents, where it is revealed that they eloped while in Paris. Rory pretends to be happy but later reveals her anger to Lorelai. Logan comes back to town for a launch party, which Rory attends and about which she later writes a judgmental article. Due to accusations by Logan, Rory plans to find a new apartment. Meanwhile, Luke turns to Lorelai in a time of medical emergency with April. Written by Anonymous

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Rory talks about interviewing Senator Barack Obama and asking if he was going to run for president in 2008. Barack Obama did become president in 2008. See more »

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When Lorelai and Christopher tell Rory that they were married in France, they state that they did it in a "little church" and Christopher makes a comment that it was performed in French so he is not sure if they are legally married. As the only legal form of marriage in France is one performed by a public official (often the mayor in a small town), any marriage that was performed solely by a clergy would not be legal. The common practice in France is to be married at the town hall the day before the church ceremony. See more »

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