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Swan Song 

Lorelai heads off to New York with Alex, Sookie and Jackson. Meanwhile, Jess gets a black eye and doesn't want anybody to know just how it happened, which leads to trouble at Friday night dinner.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Lorelai Gilmore
... Rory Gilmore
... Sookie St. James
... Lane Kim
... Michel Gerard (credit only)
... Luke Danes
... Dean Forester
... Jess Mariano
... Kirk Gleason
... Emily Gilmore
... Richard Gilmore (credit only)
... Alex Lesman
... Miss Patty
... Mrs. Kim
... Jackson Belleville
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Storyline

Lorelai, Alex, Sookie, and Jackson all go to spend a weekend in Manhattan, but she's concerned about leaving Rory alone with chances of Jess coming over. But, there is no chance for it, as Jess and Rory get in a fight and he walks out on Friday night dinner at the grandparents'. Written by me

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Comedy | Drama

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11 February 2003 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The book that Rory and Jess read is The Holy Barbarians by Lawrence Lipton. Lipton is a beat poet and the father of Inside the Actor's Studio host James Lipton. See more »

Quotes

Luke: [Lorelai comes down the stairs from the apartment in the diner, she needed a book] Find everything ok?
Lorelai: Oh yeah, found everything, including a couple coupling.
Luke: Oh Rory and Jess?
Lorelai: No Ben and J LO, yes Rory and Jess.
Luke: Guess I shoulda told ya.
Lorelai: You knew they were up there?
Luke: They're up there all the time.
Lorelai: On the couch. Horizontal. On the couch.
Luke: They come up for air every so often.
Lorelai: And you just allow this? Luke!
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References Dr. Phil (2002) See more »

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In A Young Man's Mind
(uncredited)
Written by Sammy James Jr.
Performed by The Mooney Suzuki
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