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I'm a Kayak, Hear Me Roar 

Lorelai puts off telling her parents about her separation from Christopher by helping Emily to arrange Richard's recovery. Rory celebrates Logan's birthday, but bad news from Logan's business partner spoils their evening.

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Lorelai has trouble telling her parents about the end of her marriage to Christopher, instead getting distracted by the new healthy lifestyle Emily wants to impose upon Richard. Meanwhile, Rory goes to Logan's birthday dinner, which is awkward, stiff and formal. Still, Logan's dad wants her to help his son keep working in the right direction; Lorelai finally confesses to her mother about the end of her marriage, and Emily reacts coldly to the news; and, Logan learns that the on-line company he recently purchased is involved in patent infringement, which the originating company hopes to use to sue the pants off of his company. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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In this episode, Emily touches Lorelai on the shoulder, since the very first contact on Gilmore Girls: Driving Miss Gilmore (2006). Richard, Emily and Lorelai show no affection among each other. The only real contact was Rory, she was the one who hugs and kisses her grandparents. See more »

Goofs

In late season seven Rory calls Lorelai to ask how they celebrated her eighth birthday party. Through the conversation the girls conclude that the theme was a teddy bear tea party. However, in early season one the girls tell Luke about one of Lorelai's famous blowouts and Rory's best birthday party, her eighth, and that the cops shut them down and arrested the clown. See more »

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References Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) See more »

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