Gilmore Girls (2000–2007)
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It's Just Like Riding a Bike 

Lorelai heads to Luke's for her first breakfast there in a while -- overall, it's an awkward experience for them both. Later on, when Lorelai's Jeep breaks down, Luke helps her shop for a new car. They argue and fight, which Lorelai thinks is ultimately a good sign. Paris considers breaking up with Doyle so she can be free of influences when it comes to picking which law or medical school she ... See full summary »

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Lorelai heads to Luke's for her first breakfast there in a while -- overall, it's an awkward experience for them both. Later on, when Lorelai's Jeep breaks down, Luke helps her shop for a new car. They argue and fight, which Lorelai thinks is ultimately a good sign. Paris considers breaking up with Doyle so she can be free of influences when it comes to picking which law or medical school she will attend. Rory receives a letter that will certainly influence her future plans.

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Rory's apartment is at 544 Howe Street, Apt. #8 in New Haven, CT 06511. The street exists and is only four blocks from the Old Campus at Yale. The address, however, is fake. The numbers only go up to around 140 on that street. See more »

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In considering offers from Harvard and Yale Law, Paris makes reference to Harvard being the best law school nationally. However, Yale is actually ranked #1, Harvard is second. See more »

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Rory: Hey, hey, you got into Stanford!
[Doyle and Rory start cheering]
Paris: Okay, enough of the hysterics. I have a big decision to make and all of this hooting and hollering is not exactly helping matters!
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References Back to the Future (1985) See more »

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Downward Spiral Now in Motion
25 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the worst episode of the season. As they get ready to wrap up this season/series they have Lorelei and Luke getting back together. It's awkward at first, of course, but plainly obvious that they will end up together. It is also plainly obvious that Logan and Rory will not end up together. And they are not being subtle about it. After years of dismissing the rantings of Paris Gellar for the kooky ravings that they are Rory suddenly decides that she is going to to listen to Paris and give weight to her comments! Then she gets the rejection from the NY Times Fellowship that we could all see coming. Now we get a confused, anxious, insecure little girl suddenly stressing about her future after Yale. Not the brave, intelligent and loving Rory we've known for seven years. Now, suddenly, it is perfectly fine for Rory to consider dumping Logan so that she can pursue a career. How 1950s! We can all see it coming. Rory will reject Logan because she has to live her dream. Really? BULL! This is so contrived and cliché ridden. Rory can't have the man she loves and work too? Lots of women do that every day. The story makes zero sense and does not flow out of any of the previous story arcs. It's just..HEY...this may be the last season so let's fabricate some reason to breakup Rory & Logan and send Rory off as a single career girl. Well it doesn't work that way. Instead of making Rory look modern and independent they are making her look insecure, cold, unfeeling, and really quite stupid. I hope the writers and Executive Producer David Rosenthal are proud of the havoc they are causing on this show. They have now succeeded in even making Rory Gilmore look pathetic and unlikeable. This is all based on much publicized spoilers, of course. Until the shows actually air I continue to hold out hope that these people will have come to their senses and filmed alternate endings to this season's horrible finishing storyline for Rory and Logan.


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