Paris and Rory reconcile so they can put together their speeches for the Chilton bicentennial, which turns out to be a disaster after Paris gets the small envelope in the mail. Lorelai and Max run into each other and realize their feelings still run deep, and Rory gets the big envelope.
Did You Know?
In an earlier episode of the third season, Rory calls Lorelai "Pamela Des Barres" after Zack hits on her. The book Lorelai is reading in the opening scene is "I'm With the Band: Confessions of a Groupie" by Pamela Des Barres. See more
When the class is dismissed, Rory starts to talk with Brad and then Paris comes into the scene and moves on to write her name in the list of people who are entering to the Chilton Bicentennial. When she grabs the pencil, she takes about a second to write her name. It's impossible to write "Paris Geller" that fast. See more
I slept with Jamie. Last night, after we talked.
Was it something I said?
I went over there to study, and he lit a fire, and then we did it. What are your thoughts on that?
Because I'm not exactly sure how I feel about it myself yet.
[Rory gets up for a drink of water; Paris follows
I've been going over it in my head; I mean, it seemed to go pretty well. The fire was nice, and thank god he didn't try to put on any ridiculous make-out music, and - then it just happened. I was ...
References ABC Afterschool Specials
Where You Lead
Performed by Carole King
and Louise Goffin
Words and Music by Carole King
and Toni Stern
Produced by Greg Wells
and Carole King See more