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'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous

‘'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous’

Season 7, Episode 4 -  Aired October 17, 2006

Lorelai and Christopher have started to date but they haven't had much luck with movies. Meanwhile, April comes to stay with Luke, and Rory attends an art-show for the newspaper.

Quote from Sookie

Sookie: You know, after breaking up out of a big relationship, it's normal to have a rebound thing. You know, a big, bouncy, rubber ball of a rebound thing. It's good.
Lorelai: But?
Sookie: But a rubber ball is a 28-year-old surfer or a jazz saxophonist who drives a V.W. bus or a really cute guy that can't even spell his last name. It's not the father of your only child. Christopher is not your rubber ball.
Lorelai: Okay.
Sookie: He's a big, heavy bowling ball.
Lorelai: I'm gonna tell him you said that.
Sookie: I just want you to be careful.


Quote from Luke

Luke: Razor blades? They've expressly forbidden razor blades?
Kirk: That's sound policy.
Luke: Are kids at this school showing up with razor blades? I mean, listen to this list of stuff they've had to ban. Drug use, bullying, graffiti, theft, spitting, fighting - including but not limited to punching, kicking, gouging, and biting. Seems to me like they're just giving the kids ideas. "Gee, I can't think of any other bad things to do today. Let me look at the manual. Hey, gouging sounds fun!"
Miss Patty: No one at that school is gouging anyone.
Luke: Well, sure. Why bother with that when they've got access to guns, tasers, knives, and nunchucks?
Kirk: Nunchucks are cool. And deadly.

Quote from Luke

Miss Patty: Look at that turnout. And the hips of Anna Pavlova. You must bring her to my ballet class.
Luke: Where ballerinas are maiming each other to be in The Nutcracker? Fat chance of that.

Quote from Paris

Paris: Dormitory renovations, that's quaint. I recently had the opportunity to be a fly on the wall at the Hartford Courant as the editor selected their lead story. It was down to the wire, and I was on the edge of my seat when at the last second, a local-corruption story broke. It was thrilling. It made this place look like a joke.
Rory: Your point, Paris?
Paris: Oh, I thought I was clear. Compared to the Courant, this place is a joke.

Quote from Rory

Rory: Go to your party, Paris. Be the couple whose divorce was so painful that it was memorialized in both literature and film. I'll be fine.

Quote from Lorelai

Lorelai: Oh, hello, Bullitt. Are you taking me on a car chase through the streets of San Francisco?
Christopher: It's cool, right?
Lorelai: It's really cool.

Quote from Emily

Richard: [on the phone] But I have to tell you, Emily, it's a whole new world from the one we remember.
Emily: But the jacket was still appropriate?
Richard: Oh, the jacket was fine. Although I must say, I felt wildly overdressed. Boys in undershirts and filthy baseball caps, the girls wearing pajamas and flip-flops.
Emily: Well, it's the style, Richard.
Richard: Well, it's most peculiar.
Emily: And you were firm with them? That's one thing that never changes. Young people respond to discipline. After all, you don't want your course to be known as a "gut." That's an easy class. I learned that term at dinner with the Sudburys, who learned it from their grandson, Paul.

Quote from Lorelai

Sookie: Ooh, it's so good! It's so chock-full of words like "chock-full." And even if Audrey Hepburn was 20 and Fred Astaire was, like, 80...
Christopher: He's still Fred Astaire.
Lorelai: I mean, he could really tap-dance. That was so nice, Chris. That was so romantic and fun and wonderful.
Christopher: S'wonderful?
Lorelai: S'marvelous.

Quote from Emily

Emily: Well, it's about time. Oh, good. I get to walk this filthy floor again. I don't need any help walking. Thank you! Oh, thank you for giving me things that already belong to me. Well, you can all be very proud of yourselves. You're doing a crack job. You finally got menace-to-society Emily Gilmore off the streets. You'll be hearing from my lawyer.

Quote from Lorelai

Lorelai: I mean, they escorted her out in her stocking feet.
Christopher: Her shoes in a bag.
Lorelai: Somewhere in my youth or childhood...
Christopher: you must have done something good.
Lorelai: The universe owed me this one.

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