Like meat and potatoes, like salt and tomatoes, the Gilmore girls belong together: Rory comes home. And a super-smart middle schooler shows up at Luke's Diner with a startling idea for a science-fair project.
Luke becomes jealous when Lorelai receives a phone call from Christopher. Luke makes a big deal about being honest with each other, but when he discovers that he has a daughter he never knew about, he is unsure of how to tell Lorelai. After Rory moves into Lane's apartment, re-enrolls in Yale, and scores herself a job, Rory and Lorelai take the first steps towards reconciliation.
- “Zack – Sure, just leave your computer plugged in, sucking up all our energy
Lane – Zack!
Zack – What? I'm just writing a song”
- —Zack vs. house guests
- Jackson – Was it because I brought up my meat rub?
- Sookie – (dead pan) Yes. It was.
- First appearance of April Nardini, Luke's daughter.
- the sound of silence | SIMON & GARFUNKEL
- saturday night's alright for fighting | ELTON JOHN
- Lorelai – Land Shark. Candygram.
- Lorelai – Say hello to Yao Ming for me.
- Lorelai – Yeah, you're giving me a Valerie Cherish, you know, an "I don't wanna see that!"
- Lorelai – I'm convinced it's haunted, and one night Luke will come back from the bathroom and find nothing but a bloody hook hanging from the cherubs.
- Lorelai – Oh, my God. Enjoy Wisteria Lane, you major drama queen.
- Lorelai – I think they enjoyed watching a show for once that didn't have Laa-Laa playing the guitar.
- Lorelai – When I was in fifth grade, I told everybody that Erik Estrada was my boyfriend and that we used to make out on his motorcycle.