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Bridesmaids Revisited is the 16th episode of Season 6 of Gilmore Girls.

Synopsis

YOUR CHEATING HEART – Proud parents Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Christopher (David Sutcliffe) attend a journalism panel at Yale where Rory (Alexis Bledel) dazzles the crowd. Afterwards, Lorelai offers to help Christopher (David Sutcliffe) out by babysitting his 3-year-old daughter and is horrified by the toddler's terrible behavior. The next day, Rory and Logan (Matt Czuchry) attend the wedding of Logan's sister, Honor (guest star Devon Sorvari). While helping the bride and her three bridesmaids get ready, Rory is devastated to learn how Logan spent his time during their recent breakup. Logan tries to defend his actions, but a devastated Rory turns to Lorelai and Paris (Liza Weil) for comfort. Finally, Lane (Keiko Agena) is still heartbroken over Zack (guest star Todd Lowe), until he turns up at the diner with a surprise.

Starring

Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore
Scott Patterson as Luke Danes
Keiko Agena as Lane Kim
Liza Weil as Paris Geller
Sean Gunn as Kirk Gleason
Matt Czuchry as Logan Huntzberger

Special Guest Stars

Sebastian Bach as Gil
David Sutcliffe as Christopher Hayden

Guest starring

Danny Strong as Doyle McMaster
Sally Struthers as Babette Dell
Todd Lowe as Zack Van Gerbig
John Cabrera as Brian Fuller
Devon Sorvari as Honor Huntzberger
Samantha Shelton as Walker
Abigail Spencer as Megan
Arden Myrin as Claude
Oliver Muirhead as Arthur Gordon
Leslie Odom Jr. as Quentin Walsh

Co-Starring

Rona Benson as Joni
Ryen Herrmann as Alexandra
Joel Gion as Joel
Nicolette Collier as Georgia Hayden
Ben Brannon as Lou
Kim Swennen as Sofia
Michael Albala as Josh
Michael Osborne as Country Club Staffer
Jeffrey Nicholas Brown as Bartender
Nasim Pedrad as Waitress

Quotes

I wonder how long till Logan sleeps with somebody else... bet he already has
—Rory, drinking with Doyle
Chris – You're amazing, Lor
Lorelai – Only in the true sense of the word

Trivia

  • You might remember actress Samantha Shelton ("Walker") from Season 2 Episode 6, "Presenting Lorelai Gilmore". She was "Libby Doty", who was also presented at the Debutante Ball.
  • Zack proposes to Lane in the diner, witnessed by Babette, Kirk and Luke, among others. Lane says yes and they get engaged.
  • It's shown that Hep Alien temporarily broke up after Zack's outburst in He's Slippin' 'Em Bread...Dig? and stopped talking. Lane hangs up posters hoping to be recruited by another band as a drummer. Only Brian and Gil kept playing gigs - they were shown performing at Bat Mitzvah in this episode, where Zack comes to show an effort to get the band back together.
  • Rory breaks up with Logan after learning he had slept with several girls during their time apart between Let Me Hear Your Balalaikas Ringing Out and Friday Night's Alright For Fighting - which Rory perceives as cheating, as they weren't officially broken up. She then spends the night at Paris' apartment when she finds out she also broke up with Doyle and threw him out.

Music

kool thing | SONIC YOUTH

Photos

Show references

MUSIC

  • "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane, "If I Could Turn Back Time" by Cher

FILM

  • Saw II
  • Network
  • The Breakfast Club
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • Schindler's List
  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers

POP CULTURE

The episode title refers to Brideshead Revisited, an English novel by Evelyn Waugh.
Lane – I photograph so Asian.
Lorelai – Yeah, well, I think Ming-Na has that same problem.
Rory – Don't give me that look. Simplify your prose. You'll still get your point across, and I won't have to publish a newspaper the size of a David Foster Wallace novel.
Logan – I see you went with Faye Dunaway in Network.
Rory – And Maureen Dowd "come hither" pumps for good measure.
Christopher – I got here early and scouted out the best ones. We were more towards the middle, but then two people, I'm pretty sure it was Brigitte Nielsen and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, sat right in front of me.
Gordon – I will begin by posing a series of questions to our panel. Now, let's begin. I was wondering how the panelists would describe the state of journalistic ethics on a collegiate level in the post-Judy Miller era, and—
LorelaiIf I had a cooler of Gatorade, I'd pour it over your head.
Lorelai – She is smart. She's Anthony Michael Hall in Breakfast Club smart.
Christopher – Oh, it's my new nanny.
Lorelai: Oh, does Sienna know about this?
Christopher – There are waiting lists and psychological tests and blood samples and sworn oaths and dark back-room promises, and every single headmistress looks like Dick Cheney.
Lorelai – Yeah, I'm fun. I like Teletubbies.
Gil – Yeah, I get what you're saying. It's a West Hartford Bat Mitzvah, not the Albert Hall.
Zach – So, uh, I reached a new level on Soulcalibur III.
Claude – Ooh, I love that dress, Rory.
Rory – Oh, thanks.
Megan – Is that Carolina's?
Rory – Um, no, it's mine.
Lorelai – Please. I'm looking forward to it. I managed to find Uno and checkers and parts of Battleship and most of the pieces of Candy Land, which I figure we can mix together to create a fabulous new game, Candy Ship Battle Land. War never tasted so good.
Lorelai – Oh, Full House. You know, I think the Olsen twins weigh less now than they did on that show.
Megan – He just did a translation of The Bhagavad Gita.
Walker – Tripp's too short. I'm over the whole Mia Farrow–Woody Allen thing.
Megan – No way. I was in Biarritz.
Megan – I look like RuPaul.
Lorelai – If that's your Donald Sutherland Invasion of the Body Snatchers impression, it's a really good one.
Zack – I got it at the pawn shop. It belonged to like an Elk or a Moose or something. But it looked cool, and I could afford it, so I got it.
Christopher – Hi, Mary Poppins.
Lorelai – I tried discussing Japanese Noh theater with her. She screamed.
Lorelai – I'm sorry. Uh, yes, that was Dr. Spock turning over in his grave.
Lorelai – Ah, well, if it isn't da Vinci's daddy.
Lorelai – Well, school is overrated. Ask Abraham Lincoln.
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