Luke: You don’t want to turn out like your mother.
Rory: Sorry, too late
We meet mother and daughter Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Rory gets into a private school, and Lorelai has to figure out a way to pay for it and goes to the people she knows would be able to help out, but not without strings attached. This episode was written by Leslie Linka Glatter and written by the hat lady herself, Amy Sherman-Palladino.
Please Luke. Please. Please. Please. The first words of the show that set up the ever charming Lorelai Gilmore and her serious coffee addiction. The moment is then ruined by a guy that I assume wants a four-way with a teenager and her MOTHER. But he backs out when Lorelai says that she is sixteen and not legal. Who is worse. Michel or Drella? I am telling you Lorelai, just get rid of these two right now and save yourself. We meet Lane, Rory’s best friend and her mother who says boys don’t like funny girls. And it makes my skin crawl. Eughhhhh. Rory is going to Chilton and Lorelai is so excited for her. Sookie is absolutely going to set this kitchen on fire. Seriously. We meet the Gilmore’s and my heart skips a beat. I love the Gilmore family and it is absolutely what I truly care about, more than Rory and her boyfriends. Speaking of, we meet Dean. You heart throb creeper. Big fight between Lorelai and Rory who suddenly doesn’t want go to Chilton, and I am all on Lorelai’s side. Friday dinner and I am the happiest, especially seeing the fight between Lorelai and Emily. This is what I come for. The girls make up (of course) and they go and get coffee and fries. My favourite moment of the episode would definitely be the Friday dinner, and my least favourite would probably be Michel or Mrs Kim. I was not, feeling them in this episode.