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Fresh from a career high, Rory pays a visit to Stars Hollow. Emily copes with Richard's death. The inn keeps Lorelai busy as she ponders her future.
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lauren Graham ... Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis Bledel ... Rory Gilmore
Scott Patterson ... Luke Danes
Kelly Bishop ... Emily Gilmore
Rose Abdoo ... Gypsy / Berta
Keiko Agena ... Lane Van Gerbig
Matt Czuchry ... Logan Huntzberger
Sean Gunn ... Kirk Gleason
Todd Lowe ... Zack Van Gerbig
Liz Torres ... Miss Patty
Yanic Truesdale ... Michel Gerard
Liza Weil ... Paris Geller
Michael Winters ... Taylor Doose
Alex Kingston ... Naomi Shropshire
Jack Carpenter ... Paul
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Storyline

Fresh from a critically acclaimed article in the New Yorker, Rory moves out of Brooklyn and begins staying with friends and family so she can pursue her writing more easily. Emily, Lorelai and Rory cope with the recent death of Richard, and Lorelai suggests Emily see a therapist. Lorelai and Michel attempt to find a temporary replacement for the absent Sookie. Written by KristenT

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Comedy | Drama

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English

Release Date:

25 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Rory's boyfriend Paul brings her flowers when he comes to dinner. Unable to find a vase, Rory pulls an empty coffee can from the cupboard for the flowers. This is a nod to episode 10 of season 3 where Emily can't find find vases for the flowers she brought to Lorelei's house in preparation for Trix's (Richard Gilmore's mother) arrival. Instead she places the flowers in a Betty Boop canister. See more »

Goofs

Taylor campaigns for sewers, but in Gilmore Girls: Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers, Rory and Dean are walking through Stars Hollow talking about the Founders Firelight Festival and Rory says, "Last year we had a month-long carnival when we finally got off the septic tank system." See more »

Connections

References Trainspotting (1996) See more »

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Cat's in the Cradle
(uncredited)
Written by Harry Chapin and Sandy Chapin
Performed by Lauren Graham
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14 December 2016 | by ronaldhaynesSee all my reviews

First, I loved the series. Watched every episode with my wife and my son. We all loved it and waited with anticipation for the four new episodes to air.

The first episode was terrible. Sure, it was great to see our friends, nearly the entire cast. How great! But while they had the cast, did the producers get some high school kids to write this stuff? The overall writing was drool at best. The dialogue did not have wit at all. The writing was simply incredibly bad.

Episode 2 was so bad that I was indifferent to the characters. I frankly don't care what happens to them in the same way I used to look forward to the story of their lives and their relationships. It was very unrealistic, ridiculous greetings, no affection shown one member to the next and no chemistry between the characters.

They should have left it alone. I am not even up for the next two episodes-forget it. It was a total bust.


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