Lorelai Quote #2060
Reverend Skinner: We will now begin a series of ceremonial questions. Lorelai Gilmore, do you renounce Satan and all the spiritual forces that rebel against God? [Lorelai is distracted]
Sookie: Why aren't you renouncing Satan? He said, "do you renounce Satan?" That's not something you pause about.
Lorelai: Oh, I'm sorry. Uh, yes, I renounce Satan.
Quote from Lorelai
Lorelai: I'm keeping what I need.
Luke: You need an episode of Magnum P.I. from 1986?
Lorelai: Of course not. That tape is mislabeled. That's a Knots Landing from 1981. All the women are held hostage at gunpoint during Ginger's baby shower. Classic.
Luke: 21 Jump Street Season 1. You do not need this.
Lorelai: I need my Jump Street.
Luke: So buy the DVDs. It'll save you a ton of space.
Lorelai: No, the DVDs won't have the commercials on them. The original commercials, which is half the fun.
Spuds Mackenzie, Clara Peller, "Nothing comes between me and my Calvins." I mean, they don't make them like that anymore.
Luke: You're gonna be one of those weird old people who hoards empty film canisters and laundry measuring scoops.
Lorelai: Uh, gonna be?
Quote from Michel
Lorelai: Okay, room 5 just checked out, so let's give that to Jackson's sister Adele. Put Ccousin Rachel in room 3 and Aunt Pat and Uncle Rusty in room 6. Okay, that's two people in room 6. Aunt Pat and Uncle Rusty, they're gonna need two keys.
Michel: I gave them one. They can share. It's the least the freeloading hicks can do.
Lorelai: They're not freeloading hicks. They're our guests.
Michel: They are moochers. They go supermarket-hopping to gorge themselves on free samples and get their perfume from magazine inserts. You can recognize them from the paper cuts on their wrists.
Sookie: Oh, Jackson not here yet?
Michel: No, but his family's arrival is imminent, so I'm off to nail the furniture to the floor.
Quote from Lorelai
Lorelai: Oh, look at that. America's Castles, the special Florida edition. Seen it five times, keeping it.
Luke: One thing.
Lorelai: Oh, The History of Paper, a documentary by Ted Burns, distant relative of Ken Burns. Oh, seven hours, dull, dull, dull. Keeping it!
Luke: I'm not going up.
Lorelai: Good. Please Don't Eat the Daisies, seasons two and four. I've been looking for this.