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August 2nd, 2005


12:16 pm

Artist: Alana Grace Lyrics
Song: Black Roses Red Lyrics
From The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Soundtrack

Can I ask you a question please?
Promise you won't laugh at me
Honestly I'm standing here
Afraid I'll be betrayed.
As twisted as it seems, I only fear love when it's in my dreams
So let the morning light come in and let the darkness fade away

Can you turn my black roses red?
Can you turn my black roses red?

Drowning in my loneliness
How long must I hold my breath
So much emptiness inside I could fill the deepest sea
I reach to the sky as the moon looks on
One last year has come and gone
It's time to let your love rain down on me

Can you turn my black roses red?
Can you turn my black roses red?
Can you turn my black roses red?

Cuz I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love
I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love
I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love
I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love
I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love
I'm feelin like I'll blame it on love

Can you turn my black roses red?
Can you turn my black roses red?
Can you turn my black roses red?
Cuz I'm feelin like I'll blame in on love
I'm feeling like I'll blame it on love........


Such a good song. Perfectly describing some of the thoughts inside my head. So many I cannot begin to explain how I feel. Ever have that feeling like you don't belong here and you want to be anywhere but here?

 

 

 


Current Mood: okayokay
Current Music: Alana Grace: Black Roses Red

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July 28th, 2005


12:35 pm - Kewl M-fn Dream

*I had the coolest dream last nite. I had a dream that I was Lauren Graham's daughter! In my dream I was a little bit older though b/c I wasn't living at home anymore but it was summer so I came back to be with her. And in my dream Lauren and Scott Patterson were dating. (The guy who plays Luke on Gilmore girls.) Well sorta...they had actually just broken up b/c of all the talking going around. She had asked him to marry her. (Weird I know because in their characters she asks him too.) And my "mom" wasn't taking it very well. She'd be crying in bed and all that stuff. So as my dream went on me and Lauren went to the store to get somethings and she was at the checkout line and I was walking around and I ran into Scott. We were both a little uncomfortable around each other. He asked me how she was and I told him to look into her eyes and find out for himself. So we both walk up there to her. He says hi and Lauren just stands there basically about to have a meltdown. Of course I see this and I wrap my arms around her and we leave. We walk back to her house and she said that she should just try and forget about him. Because it was too hard now and they'd never be back together. I told her I was going out for a little bit b/c I forgot something at the store. But really I walked to Scott's house. I went up to his door and once he answered I basically let loose on him. I said "he was lucky he had a woman like my mom and he would never find anyone that could & would make him happier than her. If you want to make things right you'd go to our house and make things better with her. I'll go to the movie store to waste a little time if he wanted me too." He said "yeah I'll make it better." He goes back to the house and walks up to the door, she opens it, then he just goes up to her and kisses her. (I know I know this is how Lorelai and Luke get back together in Gilmore girls. But I can't control this!) I spent about 45 minutes at the movie store and then I decided that if he hadn't gone yet he wasn't going to tonight. But I got home and I actually walked in on them making out on the couch.*
Lol. But then my alarm went off for me to get up and get ready for Drivers Ed. But I thought it was cool! Oh yeah another thing we still had that whole age thing like Lorelai and Rory do in the show. She was 16 when she had me. Okay now I'm done.
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: the noisy dishwasher

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July 24th, 2005


09:01 pm - Quotes and good news!
Lorelai: Uh, if that's my conscience calling, tell it enough already, I heard it the first time.

Lorelai: Yessirre, come on down to Luke's, where the motto is "eat it, then beat it."

Rory: Honk if Emily Gilmore views your mind as her personal playground.
Lorelai: Honk, honk.

LORELAI: I had a dream once that you set eighteen alarm clocks to get me up, which is not a bad way to get me up.
LUKE: Where were we?
LORELAI: We were, um, at my house. I got up, I went downstairs for coffee, and you talked to my stomach.
LUKE: Why on earth I do that?
LORELAI: Well, because I was pregnant. Twins.
LUKE: Mine?
LORELAI: What am I, dream tramp? Of course yours.
LUKE: We were married?
LORELAI: Um, yeah. Did I not mention that?
LUKE: No. You know, you shouldn't drink coffee when you're pregnant.
LORELAI: Uh, true.
LUKE: It's probably why Rory's a caffeine addict.
LORELAI: Right, you're right.
LUKE: Dream go beyond that?
LORELAI: No. Um, you talked to my stomach and then you ki. . .well, no.
LUKE: Oh, okay. Well. . .night.
LORELAI: Yeah, night.



Some serious good spoilers came out a couple of days ago!! And it looks like a good future for Lorelai and Luke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Current Music: Carole King and Louise Goffin: Where You Lead, I Will Follow

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July 22nd, 2005


05:55 pm - More to Life
I've got it all, but I feel so deprived
I go up, I come down and I'm emptier inside
Tell me what is this thing that I feel like I'm missing
And why can't I let go

There's gotta be more to life...
Than chasing down every temporary high to satisfy me
Cause the more that I'm...
Tripping out thinking there must be more to life
Well it's life, but I'm sure... there's gotta be more
Than wanting more

I've got the time and I'm wasting it slowly
Here in this moment I'm half way out the door
Onto the next thing, I'm searching for something that's missing

There's gotta be more to life...
Than chasing down every temporary high to satisfy me
Cause the more that I'm...
Tripping out thinking there must be more to life
Well it's life, but I'm sure... there's gotta be more
Than wanting more

Than waiting on something other than this
Why am I feelin' like there's something I missed.....

There's gotta be more to life...
Than chasing down every temporary high to satisfy me
Cause the more that I'm...
Tripping out thinking there must be more to life
Well it's life, but I'm sure... there's gotta be more
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10:31 am
Jesse my girl you're from heaven above
How I love you babe
I've known from the start what I feel in my heart is because of you
Never wanna leave you alone girl you shine like the morning sun
So many things i can show you
Life has just begun

How I wanna stay buy I'm leaving today
Always remember I love you
Jesse my girl you're my whole wide world
Believe when I say that it won't be long
Jesse I need you home

With a touch of your hand and the glow in your eyes
Now I understand
I know from this start what I feel in my heart is because of you

Never wanna leave u alone
Girl u shine like the morning sun
So many things i can show u
Life has just begun

Keep the smile on your face
Though I´m miles away
I´ll be home today
You´re my baby girl
Jesse my girl you´re my whole wide world
Believe when I say it´ll be alright
Jesse you´re shining bright
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I'm tryin' to find a way to listen to this song. It is a crazy cool song from the movie Chasing Destiny. Jami knows how much I love b/c we must have listened to it in the movie about 1,000 times. :) Great, great song!
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Current Music: Gilmore girls

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July 21st, 2005


12:54 am - Lorelai
OK, I've decided I'm way more like Lorelai than Rory. That's all there is to it. Just thought I'd let everyone know that. lol. Jami you watch the show too, what do you think?
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Current Music: none

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July 19th, 2005


04:20 pm
Life & Death Brigade: In Omnia Paratus! 5.07 - You Jump, I Jump, Jack

Can anyone figure out what that means?! :D
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Current Music: Ella Fitzgerald: I Can't Get Started

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July 18th, 2005


09:03 pm
Lorelai: The crazy need loved too.
Luke: Speaking of which, (they kiss) welcome back.
Current Mood: contentcontent
Current Music: XTC: The She Appeared

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July 16th, 2005


10:46 am - Good Advice
31 Things That A Guy Should Know About Their Girl...
[×]-Be aware that this has been written by a guy. Only after years of-
-experience, of course-[×]


1. Whatever you do, don't just show up at their house...they run around in their underwear just like we do.

2. Don't cheat on them. It may seem foolproof, but girls tell each other everything about everything. Trust me, they WILL find out and you will be mud.

3. Beware of every single male relatives and all guy friends. Any of them would kick your butt at the drop of a hat, and a lot of them wouldn't even wait for the damn hat.

4. Never miss an opportunity to tell them they're beautiful.

5. Don't refuse to kiss in front of your friends. If they laugh at you, it's because they're jealous.

6. If they slap you hard, you deserved it.

7. Don't be afraid to touch them if you want to. If they're going out with you in the first place, it's because they like being in your arms.

8. If you don't sleep with them, do not tell your friends that you did.

--8.5. If you DO sleep with them, don't tell your friends that you did.

9. You can be dirty minded in private, really...most of them are not offended by it...

10. Not all of them eat like birds, a lot of them can eat like whales.

11. Most of them don't mind paying half of everything, but they do discuss these things with their friends. Realize that if you make your girlfriend pay half all the time, everyone will know about it and your friends will know you're a pussy.

---11.5. Do you honestly need all your money that much? Be a man, pay all the time!

12. Every girl should eventually get three things from her boyfriend- a stuffed animal, one of his sweatshirts, and a really pretty ring. Even if it's not a serious relationship.

13. Make sure she gets home safely as often as you can. If you're dropping her off, walk her to the door. If you aren't dropping her off, call to be sure she's home safely.

14. If a guy is bothering her, it is your right to kick the crap out of him.

15. If you're talking to a female friend of yours, pull your girlfriend closer.

16. Never, ever slap her, even if it's just in a joking way. Even if she swats you first, and says, "Oh, you're so dumb" or something, never make any gestures back.

17. Go to a chick flick once in a while. She doesn't care whether you enjoy it or not, it just matters that you went.

18. You're dead meat if you can't get along with their pets, parents and best friends. Be prince charming to their friends, Mr. Polite to their parents, and make sure to be nice to their animals.

19. Don't flirt with their moms or friends...that's just freaky.

20. Don't be freaked out by PMS. It's not gross, and it really does make them feel like crap, so be understanding.

21. If you don't like the way they drive, you do it.

22. If you're officially dating, and you're introducing her to your friends, you'd better damn well introduce her as your girlfriend.

23. Don't stress where you go for every date. They really only want to be with you.

24. If they complain that something hurts, rub it for them without being asked.

25. Girls are fragile. Even if you're play fighting/wrestling, be very gentle.

26. Memorize their birthdays. You forget her birthday and you're basically screwed for life.

27. Don't marinade the cologne.

28. Don't give her something stupid for her birthday or Christmas or Valentine's day. It doesn't have to be expensive, but it has to be meaningful.
Jewelry is always nice.

29. If you think the relationship isn't going to last, don't wait to find out. It will only hurt you more if you draw it out.

30. After you've been dating for a while, realize that they really have started to trust you. When you have a girlfriend who truly trusts you, you have a lot more responsibility, privilege and control than you would think. Be careful with it, most guys would kill for that kind of power, and it can be lost in a nanosecond.

31.Don't ever do anything wrong (well not anything). girls remember things for life and anything you did wrong will be used against you in the future.
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Current Music: Bette Midler: I Think It's Going to Rain Today

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July 15th, 2005


11:11 pm - Last half of the Pilot to the Gilmore girls
[Rory and Lorelai are sitting quietly at a table.]

LORELAI: So, you were late getting home tonight.

RORY: Yeah, I went to the library.

LORELAI: Oh. Oh, I forgot to tell you, we're having dinner with your grandparents tomorrow night.

RORY: We are?

LORELAI: Mmhmm.

RORY: But it's September.

LORELAI: So?

RORY: So what holiday's in September?

LORELAI: Look, it's not a holiday thing. It's just dinner, okay?

RORY: Fine, sorry.

[Luke brings their main courses to the table.]

LUKE: Red meat can kill you. Enjoy. [leaves]

LORELAI: So, I finished hemming your skirt today. [no answer] A grunt of acknowledgment might be nice.

RORY: I don't understand why we're going to dinner tomorrow night. I mean, what if I had plans? You didn't even ask me.

LORELAI: Well, if you had plans I would have known.

RORY: How?

LORELAI: Well, you would have told me.

RORY: I don't tell you everything. I have my own things.

LORELAI: Fine, you have things.

RORY: That's right. I have things.

LORELAI: Hey, I had dibs on being the bitch tonight.

RORY: Just tonight?

LORELAI: What the hell is wrong with you?

RORY: I'm not sure I want to go to Chilton.

LORELAI: What?

RORY: The timing is just really bad.

LORELAI: The timing is bad?

RORY: And the bus ride to and from Hartford, it's like thirty minutes each way.

LORELAI: I can't believe what I'm hearing.

RORY: Plus, I don't think we should be spending that money right now. I mean, I know Chilton's got to be costing you a lot.

LORELAI: Oh, you have no idea.

RORY: All of your money should be going toward buying an inn with Sookie.

LORELAI: What about college? What about Harvard?

RORY: We don't know that I can't get into Harvard if I stay where I am.

LORELAI: Okay, enough. Enough of the crazy talk, okay? I appreciate your concern but I have this covered.

RORY: I still don't want to go.

LORELAI: Why?

RORY: Because I don't.

LORELAI: I have to get out of here.

[Lorelai stands up and starts to leave.]

RORY: We have to pay first.

[Lorelai drops some money on the table. They walk out of the diner and start walking down the street. The hayride wagon passes by them, with a glum Lane sandwiched between two Korean boys on the back. Miss Patty stands in the doorway of her dance studio watching over a class of little girls.]

MISS PATTY: One-two-three. One-two-three. One-two-three. It's a waltz, ladies. Susie, do you have to tinkle? Then uncross your legs, darling. [sees Rory] Oh, Rory, good. I think I found a job for your male friend.

LORELAI: What male friend?

MISS PATTY: They need a stock boy at the supermarket. I already talked to Taylor Doose about him. You just send him around tomorrow.

RORY: Okay, thanks.

LORELAI: What male friend?

MISS PATTY: Oh ,he's very cute. You have good taste.

[Miss Patty turns back to her dance class.]

MISS PATTY: Hands in the air, not in the nose.

[Rory starts walking quickly down the street, and Lorelai follows her.]

LORELAI: Oh, you're gonna have to walk faster than that. You're gonna have to turn into friggin' Flo Jo to get away from me.

CUT TO LORELAI'S HOUSE
[Rory enters and slams the front door. Lorelai follows her inside.]

LORELAI: This is about a boy, of course. I can't believe I didn't see it. All this talk about money and bus rides. You got a thing going with a guy and you don't want to leave school.

RORY: I'm going to bed.

LORELAI: God, I'm so dense. That should have been my first thought. After all, you're me.

RORY: I'm not you.

LORELAI: Really? Someone willing to throw important life experiences out the window to be with a guy. It sounds like me to me.

RORY: Whatever.

LORELAI: So who is he?

RORY: There's no guy!

LORELAI: Dark hair, romantic eyes? Looks a little dangerous?

RORY: This conversation is over.

LORELAI: Tattoos are good, too!

RORY: I don't want to change schools because of all the reasons I've already told you a thousand times. If you don't want to believe me, that's fine. Goodnight. [goes to her bedroom]

LORELAI: Does he have a motorcycle? 'Cause if you're gonna throw your life away, he better have a motorcycle!

[Lorelai walks into Rory's bedroom]

LORELAI: Well, I think that went pretty well, don't you?

RORY: Thanks for the knock.

LORELAI: Listen, can we just start all over, okay? You tell me all about the guy and I promise not to let my head explode, huh? Rory, please talk to me. [silence] Okay, I'll talk. Don't get me wrong. Guys are great. I am a huge fan of guys. You don't get knocked up at sixteen being indifferent to guys. But, babe, guys are always going to be there. This school isn't. It's more important. It has to be more important.

RORY: I'm going to sleep.

LORELAI: Rory. You've always been the sensible one in this house, huh? I need you to remember that feeling now. You will kick your own butt later if you blow this.

RORY: Well, it's my butt.

LORELAI: Good comeback.

RORY: Thank you.

LORELAI: You're welcome. Rory, come on.

RORY: I don't want to talk about this. Could you please, please just leave me alone?

LORELAI: Okay, fine. We always had a democracy in this house. We never did anything unless we both agreed. But now I guess I'm going to have to play the mom card. You are going to Chilton whether you want to or not. Monday morning, you will be there, end of story.

RORY: We'll see.

LORELAI: Yeah, we will.

[Lorelai slams the door on her way out. Rory turns on her CD player. Macy Gray's I Try plays. Lorelai goes to the living room and turns on the same song.]

CUT TO INDEPENDENCE INN KITCHEN
[There is smoke coming out of the broken stove as some workers start to remove it. Sookie sits sadly at the counter.]

SOOKIE: I swear I don't know what happened.

LORELAI: It's not important.

SOOKIE: I made that dish a hundred times. It never exploded.

LORELAI: Please, forget it.

SOOKIE: Oh, God, I killed a Viking. Oh, you should fire me, or make me pay the cost of a new stove out of my paycheck.

LORELAI: Well, whatever you want.

SOOKIE: I can't afford a new stove! Those things are expensive.

LORELAI: Sookie, please, I am begging you, pull yourself together, okay? I got no sleep last night and I think I put my contacts in backwards.

SOOKIE: Rory's still mad at you, huh?

LORELAI: Hey, I'm not so crazy about her either.

SOOKIE: It was a fight. Mothers and daughters fight.

LORELAI: No, we don't fight. We never fight.

[Michel walks in]

MICHEL: You told me to tell you when your daughter arrived. Well, she's here and she's sitting in my chair.

LORELAI: [to Sookie] Hold on just a minute.

[Lorelai leaves]

MICHEL: And you are the one left standing. That is a funny, funny thing, no?

[In the lobby, Lorelai walks up to Rory at the front desk]

LORELAI: Hey, no muumuu today. You know what's weird, I kind of miss it.

RORY: You left me a note to meet you here.

LORELAI: Yeah, I thought you might want to work a couple hours, make a little extra cash.

RORY: Fine.

LORELAI: Aw, you're not gonna give me the "Mommy Dearest" treatment forever, are ya?

RORY: You wanted me here, I'm here. Should I do something or what?

LORELAI: Yeah, go home. Dinner's at seven. Be ready to go.

RORY: Fine.

LORELAI: Fine.

[Rory leaves. Michel walks over and sits in his chair.]

MICHEL: Ah, my chair.

CUT TO ELDER GILMORE RESIDENCE
[Lorelai and Rory stand on the front porch staring at the door]

RORY: So, do we go in or do we just stand here reenacting The Little Match Girl?

LORELAI: Okay, look, I know you and me are having a thing here and I know you hate me but I need you to be civil, at least through dinner and then on the way home you can pull a Menendez. Deal?

RORY: Fine.

[Lorelai rings the doorbell. Emily opens the door.]

RORY: Hi, Grandma.

EMILY: Well, you're right on time.

LORELAI: Yeah, yeah, no traffic at all.

[they walk inside]

EMILY: I can't tell you what a treat it is to have you girls here.

LORELAI: Oh, well, we're excited, too.

EMILY: Is that a collector's cup or can I throw it away for you?

LORELAI: Oh.

[Lorelai starts to toss her empty coffee cup into a nearby wastebasket.]

EMILY: In the kitchen, please. [to Rory] So, I want to hear all about Chilton.

RORY: Well, I haven't actually started yet.

[As Rory and Emily walk away, Lorelai drops the cup into the wastebasket. Cut to the living room, where Richard is reading a newspaper. Rory and Emily walk in]

EMILY: Richard, look who's here.

RICHARD: Rory. You're tall.

RORY: I guess.

RICHARD: Well, what's your height?

RORY: 5'7".

RICHARD: That's tall. She's tall.

[Lorelai enters]

LORELAI: Hi, Dad.

RICHARD: Lorelai, your daughter's tall.

LORELAI: Oh, I know. It's freakish. We're thinking of having her studied at M.I.T.

RICHARD: Ah. [he returns to reading his paper.]

EMILY: Champagne, anyone?

LORELAI: Oh, that's fancy.

EMILY: Well, it's not every day that I have my girls here for dinner on a day the banks are open. A toast - to Rory entering Chilton and an exciting new phase in her life.

RICHARD: Here, here.

EMILY: Mmm. Well, let's sit everyone. This is just wonderful. An education is the most important thing in the world, next to family.

LORELAI: And pie. [silence] Joke, joke.

EMILY: Ah.

[There is a long silence. Richard hands Rory a section of the newspaper.]

CUT TO THE DINING ROOM
[Later that night, they're all sitting at the table eating dinner]

EMILY: Rory, how do you like the lamb?

RORY: It's good.

EMILY: Too dry?

RORY: No, it's perfect.

LORELAI: Potatoes could use a little salt, though.

EMILY: Excuse me?

RORY: So, Grandpa, how's the insurance biz?

RICHARD: Oh, people die, we pay. People crash cars, we pay. People lose a foot, we pay.

LORELAI: Well, at least you have your new slogan.

RICHARD: And how are things at the motel?

LORELAI: The inn? They're great.

EMILY: Lorelai's the executive manager now. Isn't that wonderful?

RICHARD: Speaking of which, Christopher called yesterday.

LORELAI: Speaking of which? How is that a speaking of which?

RICHARD: He's doing very well in California. His Internet start-up goes public next month. This could mean big things for him. [to Rory] Very talented man, your father.

LORELAI: She knows.

RICHARD: He always was a smart one, that boy. [to Rory] You must take after him.

LORELAI: Speaking of which, I'm gonna get a Coke. Or a knife.

[Lorelai storms out of the room. She goes into the kitchen and starts scrubbing a dish in the sink. The maid comes in and looks at her.]

LORELAI: Hi, how are you doing?

[Back at the dinner table, Rory starts to get up.]

RORY: I think I'm gonna go talk to her -

EMILY: No, I'll go. You stay and keep your grandfather company.

[Emily enters the kitchen.]

EMILY: Lorelai, come back to the table.

LORELAI: Is this what it's gonna be like every Friday night? I come over and let the two of you attack me?

EMILY: You're being very dramatic.

LORELAI: Dramatic? Were you at that table just now?

EMILY: Yes, I was, and I think you took what your father said the wrong way.

LORELAI: The wrong way? How could I have taken it the wrong way? What was open to interpretation?

[Richard and Rory are able to overhear Lorelai and Emily arguing.]

EMILY: Keep your voice down.

LORELAI: No, Mother. I can't take it anymore. Tonight just seems like a nightmare.

EMILY: You're dripping all over the floor.

LORLEAI: Why do you pounce on every single thing I say?

EMILY: That's absurd. You barely uttered a word all night.

LORELAI: That's not true.

EMILY: You said pie.

LORELAI: Oh, come on.

EMILY: You did. All I heard you say was pie.

LORELAI: Why would he bring up Christopher? Was that really necessary?

EMILY: He likes Christopher.

LORELAI: Isn't that interesting? Because, as I remember, when Christopher got me pregnant, Dad didn't like him so much.

EMILY: Oh, well, please, you were sixteen. What were we supposed to do - throw you a party? We were disappointed. The two of you had such bright futures.

LORELAI: Yes. And by not getting married we got to keep those bright futures.

EMILY: When you get pregnant, you get married. A child needs a mother and a father.

LORELAI: Oh, Mom. Do you think that Christopher would have his own company right now if we'd gotten married? Do you think he would be anything at all?

EMILY: Yes, I do. Your father would have put him in the insurance business and you'd be living a lovely life right now.

LORELAI: He didn't want to be in the insurance business and I am living a lovely life right now.

EMILY: That's right, far away from us.

LORELAI: Oh, here we go.

EMILY: You took that girl and completely shut us out of your life.

LORELAI: You wanted to control me.

EMILY: You were still a child.

LORELAI: I stopped being a child the minute the strip turned pink, okay? I had to figure out how to live. I found a good job.

EMILY: As a maid. With all your brains and talent.

LORELAI: I worked my way up. I run the place now. I built a life on my own with no help from anyone.

EMILY: Yes, and think of where you would have been if you'd accepted a little help, hmm? And where Rory would have been. But no, you were always too proud to accept anything from anyone.

LORELAI: Well, I wasn't too proud to come here to you two begging for money for my kid's school, was I?

[Rory overhears this]

EMILY: No, you certainly weren't. But you're too proud to let her know where you got it from, aren't you? Well, fine, you have your precious pride and I have my weekly dinners. Isn't that nice? We both win.

[Back at the table, Richard is asleep in his chair.]

CUT TO OUTSIDE
[Lorelai and Rory walk out of the house. Lorelai sighs and leans against the outside wall.]

RORY: Mom?

LORELAI: I'm okay. I just. . .do I look shorter? 'Cause I feel shorter.

RORY: Hey, how 'bout I buy you a cup of coffee?

LORELAI: Oh, yeah. You drive, though, okay, 'cause I don't think my feet will reach the pedals.

CUT TO STARS HOLLOW
[Lorelai and Rory walk toward Luke's Diner]

RORY: So, nice dinner at the grandparents' house.

LORELAI: Oh, yeah, her dishes have never been cleaner.

RORY: You and Grandma seemed to have a nice talk.

LORELAI: How much did you hear?

RORY: Not much. You know, snippets.

LORELAI: Snippets?

RORY: Little snippets.

LORELAI: So basically everything?

RORY: Basically, yes.

LORELAI: Well, the best laid plans.

[They walk into the diner and sit at a table]

RORY: I think it was really brave of you to ask them for money.

LORELAI: Oh, I so do not want to talk about it.

RORY: How many meals is it gonna take 'til we're off the hook?

LORELAI: I think the deli spread at my funeral will be the last one. Hey, wait, does that mean…

RORY: Can't let a perfectly good plaid skirt go to waste.

LORELAI: Oh, honey, you won't be sorry.

[Luke walks up to the table dressed in a button-down shirt]

LORELAI: Wow, you look nice. Really nice.

LUKE: I had a meeting earlier at the bank. They like collars. You look nice, too.

LORELAI: I had a flagellation to go to.

LUKE: So, what'll you have?

LORELAI: Coffee, in a vat.

RORY: I'll have coffee also. And chili fries.

LUKE: That's quite a refined palate you got there.

[Luke walks away]

LORELAI: Behold the healing powers of a bath. So, tell me about the guy.

RORY: You know what's really special about our relationship? The total understanding about the need for one's privacy. I mean, you really understand boundaries.

LORELAI: So tell me about the guy.

RORY: Mom!

LORELAI: Is he dreamy?

RORY: Oh, that's so Nick at Night.

LORELAI: Well, I'm gonna find out anyway.

RORY: Really? How?

LORELAI: I'll spy.

[Luke returns with their order]

LUKE: Coffee. . .fries. I can't stand it. This is so unhealthy. Rory, please, put down that cup of coffee. You do not want to grow up to be like your mom.

RORY: Sorry, too late.

[Rory and Lorelai smile at each other. Luke walks away.]

LORELAI: So tell me about the guy.

RORY: Check, please.

LORELAI: No, really, are you embarrassed to bring him home?

RORY: I'm not embarrassed.

LORELAI: Does he talk at all?

RORY: No, Mom, he's a mime.
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