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Gilmore Girls: The Long Morrow

701. The Long Morrow

Aired September 26, 2006

Lorelai wakes up in Christopher's bed after her argument with Luke. Meanwhile, Rory wakes up as Logan leaves for London.

Quote from Lorelai

Rory: It's just a model rocket. I mean, what could that mean? Who gives someone a rocket?
Lorelai: I don't know. I don't know. We'll figure it out, though. Rocket, rocket, rocket. Rocket man. "Rocket Man." "Crocodile Rock" was good. "Bennie and the Jets," "Candle in the Wind."
Rory: Are you just naming Elton John songs?
Lorelai: He is just so talented.


Quote from Babette

Babette: You're back!
Lorelai: [screams] Oh! God, Babette, you scared me.
Babette: Yeah, it's my voice. It frightens the hell out of people. I don't know what to do about it.
Lorelai: Well, you could start by not hiding in people's houses and leaping at them when they come home.
Babette: It's the nodules.
Lorelai: Who?
Babette: It's the nodules on my vocal chords. The more I strain my voice, the more they grow. It's nature's way of trying to get me to talk softer.
Lorelai: Babette, one. Nature, nada.

Quote from Lorelai

Luke: Look, I'm sorry about yesterday, but you kind of ambushed me, out of nowhere, and then you didn't give me a chance.
Lorelai: I gave you every chance.
Luke: You were going so fast.
Lorelai: Yeah, that's me. I'm fast. I'm the perfect storm of caffeine and genetics.

Quote from Rory

Rory: Okay, do you remember when you begged me to go see The Fast and the Furious with you, and I said no? And then you begged me to go see The Fast and the Furious 2 with you, and I said no? And then "The Fast and the Furious 3: Tokyo Drift" came out...
Lorelai: They're cars, they drift.
Rory: And I was like, "I said no to 1 and I said no to 2. What do you think happened here, I got a brain transplant or something?"
Lorelai: I remember. You were very rude.
Rory: Well, I was wrong, because I have finally understood the awesomeness of cars crashing into things. Which is a long-winded way of saying that Taylor installed this red-light camera in front of Luke's, and Kirk was supposed to demonstrate how it worked, but he got totally blinded by the camera, and he ended up crashing Taylor's fancy blue T-bird - which, by the way, who knew? - into the side of Luke's. And nobody was hurt. Everything was fine. But the smash-up was unbelievable. And it went right into Luke's. And then Kirk gets up, he gets out of the car, and he's all like, Evel Knievel style, like, "I'm okay, I'm okay."

Quote from Miss Patty

Miss Patty: You look wonderful. If I had known that college was so good for the complexion, I might have cracked a book open when I was younger.
Rory: Oh, thanks.

Quote from Lorelai

Christopher: Stay.
Lorelai: No, I can't. Paul Anka.
Christopher: Oh, there's no way he's performing this early. Check your tickets.
Lorelai: No, I got to go home and feed him.
Christopher: Well, let me make you breakfast first.
Lorelai: No.
Christopher: Come on, you're no good to Paul Anka if you collapse from hunger before you feed him. It's like how, when you're on an airplane, you put on your own oxygen mask before your kids. It seems selfish, but...

Quote from Babette

Babette: I bet you're wondering why I'm here.
Lorelai: Yeah. I mean, not that I'm not happy to see you. It's just that I have to-
Babette: I'm not a sleepwalker.
Lorelai: No?
Babette: In case that's what you were thinking.
Lorelai: No, no.
Babette: 'Cause a lot of people figure me for one, God knows why. I guess I got the look.
Lorelai: Well, you didn't sleepwalk, though.

Quote from Paris

Paris: Do you want your kid to spend her life behind the counter at Dunkin' Donuts? Do you?
Woman: No.
Paris: Because that's where she's headed. Selling chocolate donuts and glazed fritters for the next 40 years to people in business suits who actually gave a crap about their academic future.
Woman: I just want her to get into a good school. She has such potential.
Paris: Well, so did Charles Manson.
Woman: What?
Paris: Look at her. Frankly, it may already be too late. I don't particularly like to take on such meek, diffident cases. Do you even know what "diffident" means? [the girl shakes her head] That's okay. That knowledge isn't really required in the retail doughnut-distribution industry.

Quote from Paris

Rory: We didn't break up.
Paris: You didn't?
Rory: No. Why would you say that?
Paris: I don't know. Wealthy, good-looking, hedonistic heir to billion-dollar, multinational media conglomerate moves to London and spends nights pining away for his college girlfriend? Who's watching that movie?

Quote from Sookie

Sookie: Oh, I am a fantastic arm-wrestler. You know what I think did it? The whisking. All those years of whiskin has given me incredible forearm strength. People are always like, "Why take the time to hand-whip fresh cream? Why not use a machine?" And I've always been like, "I don't know why I do it. It's just something that I do." But now I know. Because I've been training for this very day. I mean, wow! I am strong. And the omelet flipping definitely is part of it. I mean, you know when you use one of those really heavy cast-iron skillets, and you flip, flip? I mean, that's all in the wrist, you know? And that's what they say. You know, that's what people say about arm-wrestling, too. That it's all in the wrist. And, man, I have super-bionic, super-powered, super wrists. I mean, who knew I possessed such...

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