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4.03 "The Hobbit, the Sofa and Digger Stiles"[Recap, Photos & Discussion] Sookie and Lorelai cater a kids birthday party, and the results make Sookie unsure if she’ll be a good mother.
Rory gets frustrated with Emily decides to redecorate her room at Yale and meddle with her life.
When Lorelai runs home after kiss — to grab some bandaids to bandage up poor Kirk — she discovers Rory and Dean clumsily stumbling out of Rory’s bedroom, which is now home to an unmade bed.
After Dean quickly escapes, Lorelai connects the dots and chides Rory for sleeping with a married man saying, “He’s not Dean. You’re the other woman.” Rory angrily dismisses this idea and calls Dean for comfort, but when Lindsay answers Dean’s phone Rory breaks down sobbing. Though it’s unfortunate that the Luke/Lorelai moment didn’t steal all of the attention for long, it was sacrificed for an important storyline that wrapped up Rory’s failings in season four — ending things with Jess, not being able to say goodbye to her mom at college, a bad date or two, having to drop a class, sleeping with a married man — which only continue into season five thanks to the introduction of one Logan Huntzberger.
Rory realizes her dates were wrong and she has to go to Yale in 2 days, not in one week.
Lorelai has to miss Friday night dinner to run errands, and Emily makes Rory stay late as punishment.
Rory is surprised to find a familiar face as her roommate – Paris.
Rory is not quite ready to let go of her mother, so Lorelai orders take-out for all the girls on the floor and they have a party.
[Recap, Photos & Discussion] Lorelai and Rory return from their trip from Europe. Sookie knows the sex of her baby, but Jackson wants it to be a surprise.
when Richard Gilmore, that stodgy and strict master of all things ceremonious, actually seemed like a human being, complete with all the feelings: when his bitchtastic mother, Lorelai (or ‘Trix’) died. He was trapped in a glass cage of emotion, and all he wanted was Turtleneck Soup. When someone is in mourning, you give them what they want, especially if it’s something as innocuous as soup. Only one problem: What the $% is Turtleneck Soup? And you couldn’t exactly ask the man knee-deep in sorrow for details.
Lorelai (the second, not the deceased) needed to consult her team at the Independence Inn to figure out what to feed her father: LORELAI: Mom, have you looked on the internet?
Quick Tips for Dating Vintage Here are some quick, easy-to-remember tips. Center-back dress zippers – seen occasionally in the 1940s and early 1950s, but generally later 1950s and 1960s and in most dresses since the 1970s.
They don’t necessarily place a garment in a specific year, but they will help you narrow down the time range. Velcro® was invented in 1948, but not used in clothing much until the 1960s.
Short, center-back neck zippers – mostly 1930s-1940s. Coil (plastic) zippers – invented in 1940, but not in common use until the early 1960s.