What do you say when there's nothing to talk about? Rory's first college date is a dud. Meanwhile, Lorelai asks Luke to take Rory's place in a Gilmore tradition: Movie Night.
Rory accepts a classmate's invitation to go out on her first date since breaking up with Jess, while her roommates engage in a war of wills. Meanwhile, Lorelai invites Luke over to share the traditional Gilmore movie night she used to have with Rory, although she is somewhat disturbed after discovering that the designer she just hired to decorate the inn used to work for her mother.
- "Shadow Dancing" by Andy Gibb
- The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway
- The Snows of Kilimanjaro, by Ernest Hemingway
- Tender Is The Night, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- Bonnie and Clyde
- It Happened One Night
- His Girl Friday
- Treasure of the Sierra Madre
- Mr. and Mrs. Bridge
- The Poseidon Adventure
- Grey Gardens
Pop Culture ReferencesEdit
Paris: Charlie tried the same tricks on our boys at Khe Sanh, and let me tell you, if she keeps this up, I am not gonna be responsible for what happens.
Trevor: Rory's right. The book's about a guy who can't sleep with the woman he loves. It's not some Woody Guthrie song.
Lorelai: I've always loved horses, ever since I was a little girl, and now I finally have a grown-up excuse to buy a pony.
Luke: Great. Listen, National Velvet, you have to move this stuff out of here.
Lorelai: He's trying to steal "The World's Grumpiest Diner Guy" title from Mel.
Natalie: Small world, isn't it?
Lorelai: Yes, yes. Really small. About the same square footage as that box they threw McCain in.
Luke: Look out, Jason and Freddy!
Lorelai: Days. You've been stomping around, barking at people for days.
Luke: I have not.
Lorelai: Yes, Cujo, you have.
Luke: I always talk to people like that.
Lorelai: No, Benji, you don't.
Luke: I'll be fine tomorrow.
Lorelai: Really, Lassie? Why is that?
Emily: You will not dress her up in one of your Sex and the City ensembles.
Sookie: I love Little House on the Prarie. Jack the dog. Where is Lindsay Sidney Greenbush?
Lorelai: Okay, just one more warning. When they showed the first motion picture over a hundred years ago, it featured a train rushing toward the camera, and, um, people were so sure the train was going to burst off the screen and crush them, that they ran away in terror. Now, Luke, the train is not going to leave the screen.