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Gilmore Girls: Emily Says Hello

509. Emily Says Hello

Aired November 16, 2004

After Rory suggests that she and Lorelai split up to have dinner with the separated Gilmores, Rory dines with Richard while Lorelai spends the evening with Emily, who announces she is ready to date again.

Quote from Michel

Michel: There's a couple here I thought I recognized but I was not sure. So I consulted an old guest ledger from the Independence Inn and found a physical description that confirmed their identities.
Lorelai: Physical description?
Michel: Yes. I had described them with astonishing accuracy, down to the crooked eyes and unsightly moles.
Lorelai: You have a system of describing what people's moles look like?
Michel: Mm-hmm. Moles, freckles, estimate of weight, are they buxom, is their chin cleft, do they walk with any sort of limp, et cetera, et cetera. But this is beside the point. You remember the Bathrobe Bandits.
Lorelai: [gasps] No.
Michel: The married couple, from Massachusetts that stole bathrobes from the Independence Inn every time they came. We called them the Bathrobe Bandits. They are here.
Lorelai: Did they bring their moles?

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Quote from Sookie

Lorelai: Sookie! Honey, what's wrong?
Sookie: [sobs] I just- It's just- It's just so sad! Ugh!
Lorelai: People magazine! Jackson, you know we don't allow soft human interest stories around Sookie when she's pregnant!
Jackson: She must have snuck it in!
Sookie: I just felt like they were perfect for each other, you know?
Lorelai: Uh-huh. Who, honey?
Sookie: The two of them! The one with the hair, and the teeth, and the... you know!
Jackson: Who's got hair and teeth?
Sookie: And the Divine Brown thing that happened, and bammo! Their loves in the toilet!
Lorelai: We're talking Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant.

Quote from Lorelai

Lorelai: She was so serious. You know how she gets really serious, like when she saw The Way We Were and she couldn't believe that Hubbell was going to leave Katie after she had the baby?
Sookie: Oh, I remember. She talked about it for weeks.
Lorelai: "How could he do that? She was the only one who cared about the blacklisting. She was the only one who thought he could write a novel." On and on and on. That's the face she had on today.

Quote from Lorelai

Lorelai: Okay, so you know what's great about this country?
Luke: Nope.
Lorelai: If you try hard enough, you can eventually find a showing of St. Elmo's Fire on the big screen.
Luke: Yes, that's what gets us the good seats at the summits.
Lorelai: Come on! Admit it! Rob Lowe pretending to play the saxophone was incredibly hot.
Luke: Oh, I admit it.
Lorelai: And, also, Andrew McCarthy at his best, though Less Than Zero runs a very close second.
Luke: I'm sure it does.
Lorelai: You hated the movie!
Luke: Although, I love the fact that it got me out of a town meeting, so... all in all, a very successful evening.

Quote from Michel

Michel: With your permission I'm going to remove their bathrobes from their room as a preventive measure.
Lorelai: No, no, no. Michel, come on. If they steal robes, we can just charge their credit card.
Michel: And if they take a credenza! Or a couch! You think they'll stop at robes?
Lorelai: Then I'll start jotting down mole locations along with you. But for now, let's take a flyer on them.
Michel: I should never tell you anything.
Lorelai: Promise?
Michel: I'm going to leave a vaguely threatening note in their room.

Quote from Lorelai

Jackson: Sookie, I'm home.
Lorelai: I'm home, too!
Jackson: Were we followed?
Lorelai: I don't think so. Good thing we ditched that Audi in Marseille, now we just have to find that tracking device.

Quote from Sookie

Sookie: It may be mean, but when I worry too much about how I'm treating Jackson, I just remember Brandy.
Lorelai: Brandy?
Sookie: Christopher's Brandy.
Lorelai: Christopher's Sherry?
Sookie: Oh. [chuckles] I knew it was something like that.

Quote from Sookie

Sookie: Milk chocolate and artichoke hearts!
Lorelai: What?
Sookie: That's what I want and I am not going to change my mind. Milk chocolate... bell peppers! Now I'm not going to change my mind. Jackson, I figured it out! No, dark chocolate. Ooh, taffy! Taffy and walnuts! Taffy, ooh, pistachios! Ooh, hearts of palm!

Quote from Paris

Rory: Paris, please don't compare our reading speeds again. You're fast, I'm slow, enjoy your trophy.
Paris: I need the exact time of today's sunset.
Rory: I'm in the middle of an article.
Paris: Well, if you read faster you wouldn't be.

Quote from Paris

Rory: Okay, the time of today's sunset is four thirty-one.
Paris: Okay. Then I just have to keep my mind occupied until four thirty-one.
Rory: Paris.
Paris: What?
Rory: Tell me again why you're fasting for Ramadan.
Paris: Look, Rory, if you want to crib your articles from the A.P. wire that's your business. I, on the other hand, actually give a rat's ass about journalistic integrity. When I write about Ramadan, I experience Ramadan. Are you chewing gum?
Rory: What? Yes, why?
Paris: I'd really prefer it if you didn't chew it at me.
Rory: Paris, did you know that not eating can make people kind of snippy?
Paris: Ramadan is about a lot more than just not eating. It calls for a total abstinence from food particles passing through the mouth or nose. Your Bazooka is passing through my nose.

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