History Series / GilmoreGirls

24th Sep '16 4:28:50 PM Winters15
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Rory has dated many guys, and only denies that her and Paris would make a cute couple because Paris is "too high maintenance," implying that gender doesn't enter the equation.
24th Sep '16 10:17:48 AM roldarryl
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--> '''Sookie''': ''"This is Citizen Kane's house! Is there a moat?"''

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--> '''Sookie''': ''"This This is Citizen Kane's house! Is there a moat?"''moat?



** Paris and Rory

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** Paris and RoryRory.
24th Sep '16 10:10:54 AM roldarryl
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--> ''Sookie: “This is Citizen Kane's house! Is there a moat?”''

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--> ''Sookie: “This '''Sookie''': ''"This is Citizen Kane's house! Is there a moat?”''moat?"''
24th Sep '16 10:08:17 AM roldarryl
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* BigFancyHouse: Emily and Richard's home. Sookie is impressed when she and Lorelai do a job there for Emily.
--> ''Sookie: “This is Citizen Kane's house! Is there a moat?”''
** Same thing happens when Rory takes Lane to a Chilton party at Madeline's house, then Lane asks Rory whether her grandparents' house is just as big.
** The Huntzberger Mansion, home of Rory's rich boyfriend, Logan.
5th Sep '16 10:18:58 AM erforce
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* PurelyAestheticEra: Hoo boy, the Bracebridge Dinner. Characters keep insisting that it's an "authentic 19th-century" event, but then then make repeated references to "Old English" (which is more like 5th-12th century -- think {{Beowulf}}) and then just sort of speak in [[EternalEnglish generic Shakespearean-type language]], with lots of "methinks" and "verily." Even more baffling because [[InsufferableGenius resident pedant]] Paris points out inaccuracies like the use of cubed ice and a server's modern wristwatch, but fails to notice the other stuff. Seems overall to be a ShrugOfGod, like so many details on this show.

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* PurelyAestheticEra: Hoo boy, the Bracebridge Dinner. Characters keep insisting that it's an "authentic 19th-century" event, but then then make repeated references to "Old English" (which is more like 5th-12th century -- think {{Beowulf}}) ''Literature/{{Beowulf}}'') and then just sort of speak in [[EternalEnglish generic Shakespearean-type language]], with lots of "methinks" and "verily." Even more baffling because [[InsufferableGenius resident pedant]] Paris points out inaccuracies like the use of cubed ice and a server's modern wristwatch, but fails to notice the other stuff. Seems overall to be a ShrugOfGod, like so many details on this show.
4th Sep '16 5:56:15 PM missmoon
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-->'''Emily''': I need a hat rack.
-->'''Lorelai''': The fish flies at night!

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-->'''Emily''': I need a hat rack.
-->'''Lorelai''':
rack.\\
'''Lorelai''':
The fish flies at night!



** Rory first cheats on Dean with Jess (only a kiss involved, but they're all high-schoolers at the time and kissing is the hottest action anyone gets, even among couples).
** Dean, who cheats on his wife Lindsay with Rory. Lindsay is devastated, and Dean too. Rory is called out on it by Lorelai. Rory accused Lorelai of being hypocritical because she started a relationship with Christopher while he was on a break with Sherri.
** Rory kisses Jess when she dates Logan.

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** Rory first cheats on Dean with Jess (only a kiss involved, but they're all high-schoolers at the time and by impulsively kissing is the hottest action anyone gets, even among couples).Jess.
** Dean, who cheats on his wife Lindsay with Rory. Lindsay is devastated, and Dean too. Rory is called out on it by Lorelai. Rory accused Lorelai of being hypocritical because she started a relationship with Christopher while he was on a break with Sherri.
Sherry.
** Rory kisses Jess again when she's in a relationship with Logan. Ironically, she dates Logan.has never cheated on Jess.
3rd Sep '16 6:48:28 AM BB8ForPresident
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** Emily, of all people, for Luke/Lorelai, though this fades whenever Christopher was around.

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** Emily, of all people, Richard and Emily for Luke/Lorelai, though this fades whenever Christopher was around.Christopher/Lorelai, even when it's clear the pair aren't going to work.


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** Rory, Jess, Sookie and seemingly the whole of Stars Hollow for Luke/Lorelai.
** Jess also supported Luke and Nicole when he picked up on Luke's crush.
** While most oppose Rory and Jess's relationship, a deleted scene reveals Paris was on board and Luke was supportive initially.
** Amazingly, Emily, Richard and Lorelai ''all'' like Rory/Marty.
* ShipToShipCombat: Several in-universe examples.
** Rory's boyfriends seem to be a free for everyone to chip in, with Lorelai shipping Rory/Dean while Luke likes Rory/Jess, and Emily and Richard oppose both and jump on the Rory/Logan ship (engineering Rory and Dean breaking up in the process).
** Emily and Richard support Lorelai/Christopher, but Rory prefers Lorelai/Luke, and is furious when her grandmother breaks them up.
3rd Sep '16 6:30:31 AM BB8ForPresident
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* WackyParentSeriousChild: The titular characters. Also - Jess with both his parents, though mainly with his father.

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* WackyParentSeriousChild: The titular characters. Also - the jaded, self-sufficient Jess with both his parents, though mainly with his father.flighty, unreliable parents when they appear.
28th Aug '16 1:35:44 AM Lancelot07
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* OneHourWorkWeek: Despite being the manager and the chef of the Independence Inn ([[spoiler: and later co-owners of the Dragonfly Inn]]), Lorelie and Sookie spend an ''awful'' lot of time out and about. {{Lampshaded}} by Luke when they have lunch in his diner in an early season one episode.

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* OneHourWorkWeek: Despite being the manager and the chef of the Independence Inn ([[spoiler: and later co-owners of the Dragonfly Inn]]), Lorelie Lorelai and Sookie spend an ''awful'' lot of time out and about. {{Lampshaded}} by Luke when they have lunch in his diner in an early season one episode.
25th Aug '16 7:53:30 AM herecomesthesun12
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** The Hayden's, Christopher's family come from the same background which is a major reason Emily wants Lorelai and Christopher to make it work.

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** The Hayden's, Haydens, Christopher's family come from the same background which is a major reason Emily wants Lorelai and Christopher to make it work.
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