Lorelai and Christopher are reunited at a party Emily and Richard throw in honor of Rory's graduation. Logan surprises everyone at the party by proposing to Rory, but she is too shocked to give him an answer. Then, on graduation day, Rory and Paris receive their diplomas, and Rory finally gives Logan her answer. Meanwhile, Lorelai is embarrassed about her recent karaoke serenade to Luke, and Luke is hurt when he overhears her saying it didn't mean anything.
Did You Know?
The title of this episode is (part of) a quote from Shakespeare's "Henry V" (Act III), and is spoken by Paris Geller just before the girls walk onto the stage at graduation. It is from the first line of the king's speech to his troops, before staging another attack on the French city they are besieging. The speech ends with the famous line "Cry 'God for Harry, England, and Saint George!'" See more
We're going to figure out this whole divorced parenting thing eventually.
She might be 60.
Well, 60-year-olds are notoriously needy. At least we'll be in sync by then.
Pomp and Circumstance: March No. 1 in D
Composed by Edward Elgar See more