LANE GETS MARRIED – On the night before Lane and Zach (guest star Todd Lowe) get married, Lorelai and Rory's plans for a bachelorette party go awry, as do the plans made by Zack's buddies, so the two groups end up together for a makeshift party in a vacant parking lot. Mrs. Kim (Emily Kuroda) informs Lorelai that she cannot attend Lane's wedding without an escort. Since Luke is still out of town, Lorelai invites Christopher (David Sutcliffe) to be her date. Everyone attends two wedding ceremonies—one Buddhist and one Seventh Day Adventist—followed by a wild wedding reception in the town square.
Christopher buys Rory a Sidekick. Lane and Zach get married. Because Lane's grandmother is a devout Buddhist, they hold two ceremonies—a traditional Buddhist wedding at the Lane household and then a Christian wedding at the church. Luke is with April on her class trip and Michel gets tickets to a Céline Dion concert at the last minute, so Lorelai must attend the ceremonies with Christopher at Mrs. Kim's behest ("An unmarried woman of a certain age, unescorted, wearing the clothes you wear, people will think things—bad things!"). At the wedding's afterparty, Lorelai embarrasses herself after several shots of tequila, drunkenly toasting the newly married Zach and Lane. During her speech, she laments that "Even when I have a man, I'm still the girl who doesn't have a man." The evening's festivities come to an abrupt end for Rory, who receives a call from the hospital: Logan has been severely injured.
- Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore
- Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore
- Melissa McCarthy as Sookie St. James
- Keiko Agena as Lane Kim
- Yanic Truesdale as Michel Gerard
- Liza Weil as Paris Geller
- Sean Gunn as Kirk Gleason
- Jackson Douglas as Jackson Belleville
- Emily Kuroda as Mrs. Kim
- Liz Torres as Miss Patty
- David Sutcliffe as Christopher Hayden
- Todd Lowe as Zack Van Gerbig
- John Cabrera as Brian Fuller
- Sebastian Bach as Gil
- Rini Bell as Lulu Kuschner
- Susane Lee as Kyon
- June Kyoto Lu as Lane's grandmother
- Adam Hendershott as A.K.
- Riki Lindholme as Juliet
- Elisabeth Abbott as Rosemary
- "Around the World" by Daft Punk
- "Heart of Glass" by Blondie
- "I'm a Believer" by The Monkees
- Avril Lavigne, Joy Division, Céline Dion, Cher
- All the President's Men
- American Gigolo
- Lorelai – Vera Wang calling!
- Paris – Remember Professor Leavers? He got tenured and lost all interest. Just sat there dowie and sleepy – it was like being taught by Jimmy Kimmel.
- Michel – I know what, but you are going to be with me, and I'm going to look fantastic, and you know that who you are with is always a reflection of yourself, and I don't want my reflection to look like Judy Garland: the Mark Herron years.
- Lorelai – Hello, Tommy Lee!
- Lorelai – Alright, gimme that. Um, okay. "Your daughter is about to see Richard Gere's penis."
- Lorelai – She instructed me to bring a man today. I just wanted to show her that I can take direction well. You never know who knows Spielberg.
- Lorelai – Because an unmarried woman, alone, of a certain age, dressed the way I dress apparently is Korean for Jenna Jameson.
- Christopher – Is the Dalai Lama coming?
- Lorelai – You know, I remember the day I met Lane. It was Rory's first day of kindergarten, and she insisted on wearing my Chico and the Man t-shirt, which I thought would either elicit confused shrugs or label her as a weird '70s sitcom kid.
- Rory – You erase every picture I take of you.
- Lorelai – No, only the ones where I look like Rhoda.
- Lorelai – Everybody, hello. Some of you know me as Lorelai Gilmore, and some of you know me as Cher.
- Christopher – Alright, Calamity Jane, let's get you to bed.