Liz Danes: [Luke chooses earrings, made by Liz, as a graduation present for Rory] All right. This is on me.
Luke Danes: Oh, what? No, no, no, come on.
Liz Danes: After everything you've done for me?
Luke Danes: I'm not gonna not pay!
Liz Danes: After everything T.J.'s put you through?
Luke Danes: That's very nice of you.
Logan Huntzberger: If I could, I'd also like to say a few words about my girlfriend of the last 3 years. You amaze me, Rory Gilmore. Everyday, everything that you do, everything that you are. This past year I learned that I don't know a whole lot more than I thought I knew, if that makes sense. I'm sorry, I'm a little bit nervous and I didn't think I would be. What I'm trying to say is, I don't know a lot. But I know that I love you, and I want to be with you.
Logan Huntzberger: [Takes out ring] Rory Gilmore, will you marry me?
Rory Gilmore: ...Um... Wow! Um, wow... I... wow...
Logan Huntzberger: Is there a 'yes' in between those 'wow's?
Rory Gilmore: Um, I just... I'm so surprised. Um... um... Will you come outside with me?
Logan Huntzberger: Sure.
Lorelai Gilmore: We're going to figure out this whole divorced parenting thing eventually.
Christopher Hayden: She might be 60.
Lorelai Gilmore: Well, 60-year-olds are notoriously needy. At least we'll be in sync by then.
Emily Gilmore: Why didn't she just say 'yes'?
Lorelai Gilmore: I think she's not sure if she wants to marry him, Mom.
Emily Gilmore: That's ridiculous! He's a Huntzberger! An offer like this doesn't come around every day.
Lorelai Gilmore: It's a marriage proposal, not a sale on linens!
Taylor Doose: [at the town meeting] All right, everybody! That's enough! The meeting has come to order. Now before we get down to official business, I would like to unofficially thank all of you for your concerns over my health. I'm doing much better, thank you.
Babette Dell: We never heard. What did you do?
Lorelai Gilmore: Yeah, what happened?
Miss Patty: I heard you slipped in the tub.
Taylor Doose: That's right, I did. Let that be a lesson to all of you. Bathroom safety is a serious business. One can never be too careful. Now, on to...
Gypsy: I thought the paramedics found you in your living room.
Taylor Doose: Well, yes. The tub was, in fact, a pedi-spa. I have bunions, and I was soaking, but it still was exceedingly slippery.
Taylor Doose: Onto the next order of business. Our esteemed friend and neighbor Kirk would like a permit to do his performance art piece called "Kirk-in-a-box" in the town square.
Kirk Gleason: It isn't a performance art piece. It is a feat of endurance - an attempt to stretch the bounds of human possibility.
Miss Patty: And what exactly is "Kirk-in-a-box"?
Kirk Gleason: I will be suspended 20 feet above the street in a clear Lucite box with no food or water.
Lorelai Gilmore: Like David Blaine.
Kirk Gleason: Not at all. My box is smaller.
Babette Dell: Why?
Kirk Gleason: Because Lucite is very costly.
Babette Dell: No. Why are you doing it?
Kirk Gleason: To see if I can.
Taylor Doose: Let me point out that something like this could draw a crowd.
Gypsy: Hey, if Kirk wants to sit in a box, let him sit in a box.
Morey Dell: Yeah, what do we care?
Babette Dell: Yeah, you don't have to look. It's a good idea! Let's vote!
Taylor Doose: Very well. All those in favor...
[Town votes Aye]
Taylor Doose: All right, all right. But don't complain to me when and if we run into a parking situation.