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Gilmore Girls Discussions > Luke, Christopher or Max? Comments .. not with Lorelai. Luke was always there for her, before, during, and after they were dating. Patterson, Luke Danes to loyal Gilmore Girls fans, tweeted to mark the No premiere date has been announced, but fans should keep an eye. During the Gilmore Girls series finale, viewers watched Luke and Lorelai The date ends at Luke's Diner where Lorelai and Luke play cards.
Though the two aren't dating yet, there's a cute scene where she keeps watching him watch the movie, because it's important to her that he likes it.
And when he fast-forwards through a scene, she tells him matter-of-factly, "There are no bad parts of Casablanca. Three episodes prior, when Rory moved in to her dorm at Yale, she discovers that she's rooming with her high school enemy-turned-friend, Paris, prompting her to say the classic line, "Of all the gin joints.
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The best line comes when a young girl tells Lorelai that the boys told her she can't travel to Mount Doom, and Lorelai tells her that girl Hobbits have better adventures. The film is referenced again in the season four finale, when, as Lorelai is trying to figure out if Luke is interested in her romantically, she says to Rory, "But maybe he didn't mean it as a date thing.
Maybe he just needed to get out of the house. And since I'm currently one of the women sitting home, thinking 'if I could only find a man like Aragorn,' he picked me. After seeing Luke in a rage following his recent breakup with Lorelai, Zack reacts with, "His eyes.
Red, like the fires of Mordor. But it's actually a few of the other characters who reference the famous British comedy act. In season two, episode 13, Dean stomps away from Rory, who calls after him, "Don't walk away like that.
Dean eventually dumps Rory, and she and Jess begin to date. In fact, it turns out that it was a bird who attacked him. Luke doesn't believe this, so he goes with Jess to the scene of the crime, where he asks his nephew about the swan, "Does it act all peaceful and Bambi-like and then suddenly attack like the rabbit in Monty Python? Lorelai in particular is fond of the flick, speaking a popular line that itself is a reference to Johnny Carson, not once but twice.
There's Rory, and Sookie, and this town and Just checking The glossy eye contact going on between these two is, once again, too insane. Lorelai and Luke talk about meeting "the right person": Dean publicly breaks up with Rory, instigating a series of events that leads to her new Bad Boy and Good Chemistry relationship.
With all the younger generation drama going on -- poor Shane, really -- viewers may not recall the heart string-pulling moment that happens between Luke and Lorelai as he fixes her shoe on the bleachers.
Lorelai tells Luke about her pregnancy dream: Season 3, Episode 17, " A Tale of Poes and Fire" The dream Lorelai has in the Season 3 opener is an important part of the "Gilmore Girls" cannon -- in it, she's married to Luke and pregnant with his twins, long before the two every actually even kiss in real life.
Also, Rory's analysis is that it means Lorelai's secretly in love with Luke. But less appreciated is the episode later in the season when Lorelai tells Luke about the dream. When The Independence Inn burns down, Lorelai lends her house to displaced guests and crashes for the night at Luke's. He does not tell his girlfriend Nicole this when she calls, because Lorelai has become a sore point in their relationship.
Luke and Lorelai aren't looking at each other as she tells him the details of the dream, but when she mentions that they were married, they both grin from their separate spots.
Lorelai doesn't want Luke to move: Season 4, Episode 11, "In the Clamor and the Clangor" The church bells in Stars Hollow are once again functioning, and Lorelai discovers Luke moved in with his girlfriend Nicole three weeks ago and never told her.
When the bells begin to be a true scourge on the innocent town peoples' ears, Luke and Lorelai sneak into the church to break them. On the way, Lorelai goes up with Luke to his old apartment to grab his toolbox, and can tell from the lived-in space that he isn't spending too much time at his supposedly new place. At the church, she confronts him about it, leading him to ask why she cares whether or not he moved: How much adjusting did you have to do?
I still see you everyday, I still cook your food, I still serve your coffee. What do you care? Because I don't want you to move. Why don't you want me to move?
At this point, the Reverend walks in, effectively ending their conversation. We never get to hear exactly how Lorelai would spin the fact that she wants Luke to just be around the corner. But the moment is powerful. Luke comforts Lorelai during her breakdown: Season 4, Episode 14, "The Incredible Shrinking Lorelais" Luke and Lorelai's diner banter is, obviously, a true life force of the show. So naturally Taylor calls a town meeting to discuss their relationship, because he thinks it's dangerous for the town if the inn owner and diner owner date, because Taylor is nuts.
But Luke tells everyone that this is his and Lorelai's relationship, no one else's, and they can all butt out because this is happening.
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Over at Yale, poor Paris is throwing a wake for Asher Fleming, because he died of a heart attack while they were at Oxford over the summer.
She handles everything in her usual beautifully efficient, manically controlling way, and Rory does her best to help. She and Marty are getting coffee when they run into a group of rich dudes who know Marty because he sometimes bartends for their Gatsby-like parties. These guys are Logan, Colin and Finn, and Logan is friendly but a little condescending, while Colin is a complete jerk.
Later, as Rory's passing out flyers for Asher's wake, she runs into Logan and gives him hell for his condescension to Marty.
They share a fiery debate, and while Logan is definitely smug, arrogant and out of touch due to his privileged position as the son of publishing magnate Mitch Huntzberger I kind of like him. We can discuss this later as we get to know Logan better and I have more time, but essentially I feel like he makes room for Rory to be a good influence on him, he's as smart as she is and he deeply values her intelligence and her opinion, and he always treats her like an equal, but also like a real, fallible human being - something neither Jess nor Dean ever did.
This is Logan, by the way. Later, at the wake, Marty asks Rory if she has a boyfriend, and she says she doesn't know. Marty looks sad, poor guy, but Rory takes off to Dean's to settle this issue. He opens his front door, letting her in, and I guess that settles that. And finally, Richard's living in the pool house with his new valet, Robertand Friday night dinner now starts with Rory and Lorelai having cocktails with him there before entering the main house for dinner with Emily.
They're still hiding their separation from their friends, and Emily is getting awfully lonely in that big house by herself. When she sees Richard taking off at 7: How many times do I have to drink? How many cups of coffee do the Gilmore girls drink? This may be the flirtiest episode ever. Second, Logan's eyes light up as he looks at Rory, and he clearly loves debating with her - and she doesn't seem to mind it either, even though she's still fighting very hard to be annoyed with him.
And finally, she shows up on Dean's doorstep for a relationship or whatever.
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But Luke and Lorelai, good lord! She urges him to flirt with her at the diner, and he says he can't because it's his place of business Their date is the most beautiful thing, and when he tells her he's all in, I die every time. They're in the sweetest, honeymooniest phase, but it still feels like Luke and Lorelai, complete with her intentionally driving him crazy and his custom crotchetiness, and I love it all so much.
This isn't actually crazy, and also her legs look amazing, but I list it here because when Lorelai tells Luke that everyone in the diner saw her in his shirt and now knows they're having sex, they have the following exchange: