I have been looking in season 2 +3 but haven`t narrowed it down.
What's on your mind?
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I love Emily Gilmore. I know that's wierd. But I'm being honest. I freaking love her.
Okay so remember that epi when Kirk crashed Taylor’s car into Luke’s and than started his own “diner”, kirk’s?
Yeah I didn’t really like him very much right then 😤
Who else thinks that Rory should of accepted Logan’s proposal??
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Had anyone else heard a figure given in the series and cringed? Many amounts are too low for Connecticut. Connecticut is in the top ten most expensive states to live in the United States. I am always adding a 0 to the end of any dollar amount spoken on the series.
In "The Third Lorelai", Lorelai tells Rory that Rory lost out on $250,000. In Connecticut, I doubt $250,000 would go far, even for Rory. With Chilton costing at least $10,000 a year (based on the $5,000 Lorelai had to come up with in the pilot for the initial tuition). $250,000 would not cover all of Chilton and four years at Yale, in my opinion.
Another mention of a dollar amount was in "Lost and Found". When Luke states he just spent $100,000 buying the building next door to the diner, I nearly fell out of my chair.
In "Those Are Strings, Pinocchio", Lorelai states that they are broke. Well, the first thing to do would be to cancel the trip to Europe. Also, the $75,000 Lorelai got from her father would be almost gone by the time the bid for the Dragonfly would have to be made. At least $30,000 to pay of Richard and Emily for Chilton and at least $10,000 in taxes. That would leave $35,000 or less. The Dragonfly probably cost somewhere in the millions! So $35,000 plus whatever Lorelai and Sookie had already saved would have to be in the hundreds of thousands to get a bank to give them a loan for the rest. If not, they got the loan on the name "Gilmore".
Another mention that gets me is in "The Incredible Sinking Lorelais". Lorelai says she needs $30,000 to continue the renovation of the Dragonfly Inn. $30,000 would not last a week, and she had several weeks left of renovations. Also, Luke gives her that amount, then later she and Rory are sitting in his diner with that much in clothes and accessories. It does not matter that Emily pulled them along, they should have left everything in the car until they got home. Luke should have been angry at least.
Also, in A Day in the Life, Rory is again broke, allegedly. I doubt she is, since she did maintain a good relationship with Richard, her grandfather. One would think he would leave her a nice sum in his will.
I am having to mark this all up to the Jane Austin problem. She, too, had no real concept of the cost of living during her time when she wrote Pride and Prejudice. It seems that the writers of Gilmore Girls also had no concept of the cost of living in Connecticut.
So, anyone else have any thoughts on this? I am very interested in others' opinions.
Under pop culture the second quote was said by Paris not Lorelai I’m right. Right?
Rory got a job at the Stanford Eagle Gazette. But never talks about it again. I find that k ind of strange because she was so happy about it. Even when she quit Yale for the short period of time she didn’t have a job there. Did she quit? Get fired?
i don't quite understand why rory never got a job. money was tight in her family (not including emily & richard) so why did she never get a job? i think she would have some great stories to tell from it. what do you think her job would have been?
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In the infoboxes in articles for Liz and Jimmy, they are shown to be ex-spouses of each other. However, that doesn't feel right to me. Liz had Jess when she was 18 years old. Liz and Jimmy would have married after she found out she was pregnant, and Liz might have been 17 at the time. She might have been pregnant in her senior year of high school.
So, Liz got her high school diploma in the same year that she had Jess. In my mind, that would have Liz living in Stars Hallow when she had Jess not New York.
If Liz and Jimmy got married, William Danes might have had to sign something to let his not-yet-legal daughter marry Jimmy (age unknown).
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Does anyone know if Richard Gilmore had any siblings? In "The Reinging Lorelai", Lorelai V. tells Rory that Rory is flirting with her second cousin. While we know that Emily has a sister, Hope; I doubt any of Hope's grandsons would attend the funeral of Trix (especially if they know that Trix spurned Emily in that letter). So, the only other way for Rory to have a second cousin is if Richard had a sibling who has a grandson.
It is possible for Rory to have third cousins on Richard's side of the family through Marilyn; but if Richard doesn't have any siblings, no second cousins.
Can you imagine Mrs. Kim’s reaction if Lane had come out as LGBTQ??? That’s a plot twist I would’ve enjoyed.
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Remember the episode when luke was so happy he got help at the diner, the froggy hands dude. he already had help before besides caeser.
this is beautiful. please feel free to use it :) oy with the poodles already. I'm not sure who made this :(