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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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Sookie St. James (credit only)
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Lane Kim (credit only)
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Paris Geller (credit only)
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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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Comedy | Drama

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21 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

Around 12 minutes into the episode, while Rory is just beginning dinner with Lorelai and Christopher, we see her serving salad from the bowl onto her plate. Though she is wearing a thinly strapped black dress in the scene, when the camera cuts to Lorelai and Christopher, we see Rory's arms reaching to serve more salad, and the person has blue sleeves, like they are wearing a blue sweater. This scene appears to have been shot multiple times with the characters wearing different costumes, and as another person already pointed out, there are inconsistencies with Rory having no salad on her plate right after serving herself. See more »

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References The Jetsons (1962) See more »

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