Paris Quote #34

Quote from Paris in The Third Lorelai

Paris: I think that the basic structure of the Elizabethan government is sound. The division of power between the Monarchy, Privy Council and the Parliament all seem to work. Agreed?
Madeline: Agreed.
Louise: Ditto.
Paris: Okay, so in establishing our own government, I think duplicating a similar structure would be good with a few alterations. Queen Elizabeth chose to remain unwed. She took on the burden of leadership all by herself at a time when marrying the Prince of France or the King of Spain would've solidified her throne while expanding her empire. And though it obviously worked for her and the concept of a woman ruling without man is certainly politically correct these days, I think we need to take a different tact.
Madeline: [to Louise] She does know this is a make-believe government, right?
Louise: You ask her, I'm afraid.
Paris: So, in addition to the members of the political branches we'll also need a king and queen.


 ‘The Third Lorelai’ Quotes

Quote from Emily

Emily: Well, this is just ridiculous. Three intelligent women sitting here in complete silence. There must be something we can talk about. Do you know that every night at dinner the Kennedy clan would sit around the table having lively debates about everything under the sun? They would quiz each other about current events historical facts, and intellectual trivia. Now, the Gilmore clan is just as smart and worldly as the Kennedys. So, come on, somebody say something.
Lorelai: Do you know that a butt model makes $10,000 a day?
Emily: Camelot is truly dead.

Quote from Lorelai

Emily: You were on the phone.
Richard: Long distance.
Lorelai: God?
Richard: London.
Lorelai: God lives in London?
Richard: My mother lives in London.
Lorelai: Your mother is God?
Richard: Lorelai.
Lorelai: So, God is a woman.
Richard: Lorelai.
Lorelai: And a relative. That's so cool. I'm gonna totally ask for favors.
Richard: Make her stop.
Rory: Oh, that I could.

 Paris Geller Quotes

Quote from We've Got Magic to Do

Paris: Rory, I clocked in.
Rory: Cool.
Paris: They gave me this card, and it had my name on it. And I shoved it in the clock thing, and it made the punchy sound, and I'm officially on the job.
Rory: Great.
Paris: And I'm prepared, too. I was a little nervous last night about making small talk with co-workers, so I went to the video store and rented Working Girl and the first season of Just Shoot Me! Got a couple of Wendie Malick bon mots that have already come in handy.

Quote from Tippecanoe and Taylor, Too

Paris: How loud are you?
Rory: Paris, stop.
Paris: Look, I don't care. I just need the information to formulate a good plan. I mean, you look all small and squeaky, but sometimes, it's exactly the bunny-looking girls who can blow the roof off the barn. I know, just give me a three-minute warning.
Rory: I'm walking away now.
Paris: That way, I have time to put everything in place. Put headphones on, et cetera.
Rory: Bye.
Paris: Is he gonna be coming over a lot? Probably, right? He's at his peak now, and it's probably one of the only things he's good at so...
Rory: Three-minute warning!