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Luke and Lorelai are reunited, and it feels so good!
Plus, we love the Luke and April scenes too!

How do we feel about Rory’s article and Logan’s reaction?

Plus, thoughts about Christopher wanting to move Rory’s furniture around and Lorelai’s reaction.

Missing our friends in Stars Hollow.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
I am all in.

Speaker 2 (00:08):
Kiss you.

Speaker 3 (00:16):
I am all in with Scott Patterson an iHeartRadio podcast.

Speaker 1 (00:21):
Everybody Scott Patterson, I am in vodka. While our production
is iHeartRadio, I Heart Media, I Heart Podcast. Season seven,
Episode eight, introducing Lorelei Planetarium. And I think we can
tell by the title that this was is going to
be one rollicking affair.

Speaker 4 (00:41):
I thought it was a missed opportunity to call this
episode introducing Lorelei Hayden.

Speaker 3 (00:47):
I have breaking news. And I liked the episode, but
I didn't get the title.

Speaker 5 (00:53):
I was like, I don't get it.

Speaker 6 (00:55):
Just before we started, I was like, I don't get it.

Speaker 3 (00:58):
Une understood it, Susanne explain.

Speaker 2 (01:01):
So there's a famous planetarium that's called Hayden Planetarium. So
I think they were trying to do what you just said, Danielle,
but they were trying to be like extra intellectual about it, right,
And instead of saying Laura la Hayden, they called her Laura.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
People for the title was so strong and so mysterious
that people that weren't Gilmore friends would be hooked to
invepticate what the heck that means, because what was it?

Speaker 4 (01:24):
Season two or three was introducing Lorlai Gilmore, right or
something like that. Oh yeah, so it's like this should
be introducing lour Lai Hayden, like so dumb planetarium all
of it.

Speaker 3 (01:35):
But at the end of the episode of the podcast,
I have a little treat for everybody.

Speaker 6 (01:41):
So let me.

Speaker 1 (01:44):
Just be honest with you here, ladies and gentlemen. I
was all on fire rip roarn, snort and ready to
go held down for leather to to just take this
part show apart. But you know what happened. I'm dealing
with a dying baby rat right now. Uh my wife

(02:05):
has such a gentle heart that she's I came home
and she's attempting to save this dying baby rat. So
we have it in a box outside. We're giving it grapes,
we're giving it lettuce. We're trying to syringe water into
its mouth, which is the last thing you want to do.
Because I I looked up the Pittsburgh Society of Ratlovers

(02:26):
dot org plague. I don't have bubonic plague.

Speaker 5 (02:32):
You know what the rat could I didn't.

Speaker 1 (02:34):
I'm not a rat ologist, and I'm not a licensed
medical technician that deals with rats. I'm not a veterinarian.
So I didn't run any tests on the thing. But
he's awfully cute and he squeaks.

Speaker 4 (02:47):
You know what, justice for the rat. I think rats
are cute.

Speaker 1 (02:50):
And I you know what I realized. I realized, I
right now am living a Gilmore Girls scene. This is
a Gilmore Girls scene. This is something that Laurel I
would do. This is this is why this show, even
though it's maybe season seven, I wouldn't call it a
home run, would you know? Okay, fine, but it's still

(03:11):
people caring about each other in the way that they do.

Speaker 5 (03:16):
This episode was improved.

Speaker 1 (03:17):
It was and caring about each other. And you know,
I actually got a little emotional taking care of the
rat while my wife was away.

Speaker 3 (03:30):
Is this a rat like that came into your yard?

Speaker 5 (03:32):
Like you got it at the at the store.

Speaker 1 (03:35):
No, once in a while a rat shows up in
the pool and is not good.

Speaker 3 (03:39):
This is not good.

Speaker 1 (03:41):
The rats all over So in California there's ivy. Where
there's ivy, there's rats.

Speaker 7 (03:45):
I know.

Speaker 3 (03:46):
I was at a house the other day and there
was so much ivy and my was like, how many
rats do you thinker in that I but I would
rather run into a bear than a rat.

Speaker 5 (03:56):
I am not good.

Speaker 1 (03:58):
Yeah, bear a bear, you have no chance of survival
with a.

Speaker 3 (04:03):
They're totally fine. I run into bears regularly in.

Speaker 5 (04:05):
Tahoe and you just walk away.

Speaker 3 (04:09):
You don't bother them.

Speaker 1 (04:10):
Okay.

Speaker 8 (04:12):
I just saw this video and like, I think it
was like ABC or something, But in Monrovia there was
a bear in two cubs who went swimming in someone's.

Speaker 4 (04:19):
Backyard Easton Allen and if he is listening and wants
to chime in, he gets bears all the time at
his house.

Speaker 1 (04:28):
Yeah, yeah, we do.

Speaker 9 (04:31):
They were going to build a hunting lodge in Monrovia,
the town I live in, and they brought in all
the problem bears from like Yosemite and Yellowstone, and then
they ran out of money and couldn't build a hunting lodge,
and so now we're on like fifth generation bears of
just eating people's garbage, like hanging out atas.

Speaker 3 (04:51):
I was on Instagram in this restaurant in Tahoe. The
caption was this is why we can't have nice things,
And you just then see the video and the bear
just like tore open in the garage and it's like, yeah,
but no, I am less afraid of a bear than
I am a rat.

Speaker 4 (05:09):
Oh, I like them all.

Speaker 1 (05:12):
A rat can't run thirty miles an hour and chase
you up, betray and eat.

Speaker 2 (05:16):
You line too.

Speaker 4 (05:22):
I shot into this episode after the break.

Speaker 3 (05:26):
Yes, I like it. This is a good episode.

Speaker 4 (05:28):
All right, let's get into it.

Speaker 1 (05:32):
All right, everybody, we're back from our break that we
were let into by Danielle. Welcome, we're back. Welcome everyone, Welcome.

Speaker 3 (05:41):
Sorry that you all can't see the behind the scenes,
because it really is. It really is worth the listen
it is.

Speaker 1 (05:48):
Listen. We're dealing with nature right now. We're dealing with wildlife.

Speaker 3 (05:53):
Don't let me forget my special thing at the end
of this podcast. Don't let me forget Tara. Do not
let me forget.

Speaker 1 (06:00):
Oh well, all right, Danielle, uh take us away. Are
you drinking a tab?

Speaker 4 (06:06):
No? It's a Lacroix.

Speaker 5 (06:07):
Oh remember Tab?

Speaker 1 (06:09):
I remember what's Tabb's the best tasting soft drink filled
with chemicals you could possibly drink like like No, No,
Tab had its own thing. It was more like a cola,
but it was.

Speaker 7 (06:22):
A lighter doctor pepperish type thing, not quite not quite
that you know pepperish, but yeah, Tab was something like one.

Speaker 2 (06:32):
Of the original diet drinks that it was supposed to
be sugar, right right right?

Speaker 4 (06:36):
I he they reprimmend the hibiscus flavor of Lacroix, which
apparently looks like a TAB.

Speaker 3 (06:41):
That I don't do.

Speaker 5 (06:42):
I can't do carbonat you guys.

Speaker 8 (06:44):
Someone selling twelve cans of tab on Amazon for four
hundred and fifty five dollars.

Speaker 3 (06:50):
Not even make it?

Speaker 5 (06:51):
Do you guys? Remember Fresca?

Speaker 1 (06:52):
Oh, Fresca, Fresca.

Speaker 3 (06:57):
I think about tab that's so iconic. Is in a
back to the future He's like, just give me a tap.

Speaker 5 (07:02):
Can't give you a tap unless.

Speaker 3 (07:03):
You order something excise me something out sugar and exactly.

Speaker 1 (07:07):
Okay, we had the best soft drinks growing of our
Sea Cola is still around.

Speaker 5 (07:14):
Right orange crush?

Speaker 3 (07:15):
Do you guys know orange crush?

Speaker 1 (07:16):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (07:17):
Yes?

Speaker 2 (07:18):
Cooler?

Speaker 4 (07:19):
Okay inside, I can play this game with cereals too,
like remember like diagrams.

Speaker 3 (07:27):
I think we used to drink Mountain do till we
realized sweet mountain dew had so much caffeine in it
that you there is no reason for.

Speaker 1 (07:36):
Children to be drink And I was raised on the
original Slurpiece from seven to eleven, the Red Slurpiece and
let me tell you something, baby, they were.

Speaker 3 (07:46):
I still get slurpees regularly.

Speaker 6 (07:49):
I love movies. Yeah, I love the movies.

Speaker 5 (07:52):
They're called icis icis Yeah.

Speaker 1 (07:55):
The slurping me a twenty four pack at Twizzlers, and
I'm just gonna.

Speaker 5 (08:01):
Is my tongue blue? Is my tongue blue?

Speaker 4 (08:04):
I appreciate scot that you said twizzlers versus red vines.
That's the only one on the Twizzler train.

Speaker 6 (08:09):
No, I don't like redvines. They taste that to me.

Speaker 3 (08:13):
We talk.

Speaker 2 (08:14):
Remember, people are gonna get mad.

Speaker 4 (08:21):
This is season seven, Episode eight, introducing Lorelai Planetarium air
date November twenty first, two thousand and six. Lorelai and
Christopher tell Rory they got married in Paris, but she
isn't too happy about it.

Speaker 6 (08:34):
Wag the same.

Speaker 4 (08:36):
There's so many flags, you guys. They can't I can't
even comprehend all of them. Logan launches his new internet
company while Rory is making connections for her journalism career
by writing a judgmental article. Meanwhile, April is still living
with Luke but turns to Lorelaie for help when she
faces the medical emergency.

Speaker 3 (08:55):
That was awesome Flags first, Tara, this is really your
flag that I concur.

Speaker 8 (09:00):
Yeah, I was all the fun with Amy yesterday and
I couldn't hold it in and so I was like,
I need to tell you my flag with.

Speaker 4 (09:04):
This episode this involved burgers.

Speaker 6 (09:07):
No, no, I can't wait for that.

Speaker 8 (09:09):
It takes a very long time to legally get married
in another country, right, Yeah.

Speaker 6 (09:15):
So Amy and I were.

Speaker 8 (09:16):
Going back and forth because I was like, like it
was last minute and not like they had a marriage
license and they cleared it in France. But Amy's like, oh,
well it could have been like someone officiated it.

Speaker 3 (09:26):
They're married, but they were they're not legally married.

Speaker 8 (09:31):
But like the way they said it in the show
is like we got married, like they could have said
to Rory, we got engaged.

Speaker 3 (09:40):
Well, I think they think they're married because they said
do you I do?

Speaker 5 (09:44):
Do you I did?

Speaker 3 (09:45):
Even though it's only like by the power invested in
me by some dude in France, right, Like it's not
legal yet.

Speaker 4 (09:52):
Yeah, it's a whole general thing. Remember how he was
married but not legally married because they got married in
Brodie Jenner, but he got married in like Bali or something, Yeah,
but didn't get married in the US. So it was
technically not legal, but in Bali he's married.

Speaker 5 (10:09):
Yeah.

Speaker 8 (10:09):
I guess it just bugged me because I felt for
Rory in that sense, like I would be mad too.

Speaker 1 (10:14):
Yeah, oh god, yes.

Speaker 3 (10:17):
First of all, whether they're legally married or not, I
felt for her.

Speaker 2 (10:21):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (10:21):
I one person they should consider because it's their offspring exactly.
You know, like, if there's any one person that should
be there, it should be her.

Speaker 1 (10:31):
I just felt sorry for Rory because she had to
be in the episode.

Speaker 3 (10:36):
I actually liked this episode, and we'll get to it.
But when you and Lauren, Luke and Loralai are reunited,
you realize, oh yeah, that's why I love this show. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (10:49):
Yeah, it was the one thing I wanted to say
about this episode. The reason why I liked it so
much is because we were talking about this last episode
how all the dynamic duos were not together. By the episode,
you have Luke and Lurlai, you have Rory and Logan,
you have even I mean fine whatever, Lorlai and Christopher
in April and Luke like you have, you have the

(11:10):
people that you want interacting with each other, interacting with
each other.

Speaker 1 (11:15):
Yeah, they are people caring about one another. They might
not be our dream matches. But they are caring about
each other. They are taking care of the baby rat.
They're trying to feed the baby rat.

Speaker 8 (11:29):
I just really I wish we had try I wish
we had Emily and Richard, like I'm missing, they.

Speaker 4 (11:33):
Are the only ones missing.

Speaker 2 (11:34):
Yeah, we haven't seen them for a couple episodes.

Speaker 3 (11:37):
H to take it to the top. Take it to
the top.

Speaker 2 (11:41):
So the opening, they've just gotten home, luggages all over
the place. Lorelai is on the phone with Rory and
frantically leaving a message call me back, call me back,
call me back. Christopher makes her hang up and then
immediately launch into his proposal for redecorating her house. Yeah,

(12:04):
Barco Lounger, Waterfall, flat screen TV.

Speaker 5 (12:08):
And he says he's kidding, but he's.

Speaker 2 (12:10):
Not kidding about the flat screen. I don't know. I
thought that was a little heavy handed. It's like, you
lived here for fifteen minutes and you're already trying to
redecorate the place that's decorated.

Speaker 3 (12:24):
But he does live there now, and so does his kid,
so I sort of was like, I get it. I
was trying to find another room for the kit I'm
like me too.

Speaker 2 (12:32):
I was like she go, yeah, and she's in Paris,
so she doesn't need a room right this instant, Like
they could wait a few weeks.

Speaker 4 (12:43):
I'm just annoyed that, like Christopher is not acknowledging that
Rory's is his kid too. I don't know, like it's curiating,
but it's like he's like, gg needs a room, Like.

Speaker 3 (12:53):
What about she's graduating college, Like she's not really going
to live there.

Speaker 4 (12:56):
Yeah, but.

Speaker 3 (12:59):
There's got that can't just be a two bedroom house.
There's got to be another room.

Speaker 6 (13:03):
There has to be another room upstairs.

Speaker 1 (13:05):
What about the fact that he's loaded. Man, I'm loaded.
I'm so well, no, buy a new house, got a
big house, the pool well.

Speaker 3 (13:17):
Moving right, I know he could buy a.

Speaker 1 (13:18):
Table, outdoor grill, you know, a couple acres somewhere out
there in Connecticut.

Speaker 7 (13:25):
You know.

Speaker 8 (13:26):
But I agree with the timing, Susanne. It's been like
four minutes since they walk through the door.

Speaker 3 (13:32):
Like we don't need to talk about this right time
for the flat screens.

Speaker 4 (13:35):
Though, Yeah, that I agree. I'm like, and I was
thinking to myself back in two thousand and six, those
old TVs weren't a thing, Like they.

Speaker 2 (13:46):
Were not right, So yeah, we were all buying flat screens.

Speaker 1 (13:50):
But the problem with flat screens were the sound was lousy,
so you had to hook up a five five that's
right point to sound system in your ceiling, which is
an extra a couple of grand or whatever.

Speaker 7 (14:01):
They were really expensive they are now.

Speaker 2 (14:06):
But I did kind of agree with Christopher when he
mentioned that as much as Laura, I and Rory liked
to watch TV, it was surprising that they had such
an old TV. You'd think that they would prioritize something better.

Speaker 8 (14:17):
But I also just thought of it like stars hollow,
like old timey. I don't know, that's why I thought
it was maybe normal, but I could be wrong.

Speaker 2 (14:25):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (14:35):
So then Rory does call back.

Speaker 2 (14:36):
She had been asleep, that's why she didn't answer the phone.
Laurelai is very insistent that she come over for dinner.
It has to be that night, because she brought back snails,
which apparently was the only word that she could think
of while she was on the on the.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
Phone sequence had me rolling.

Speaker 2 (14:56):
And then well, you know, when they were talking about
the snake Emporium, I did kind of chuckle a little bit.

Speaker 3 (15:03):
Together, I just became obsessed with trying to figure out
how you could possibly bring home snails. The refrigeration alone required,
who's that es cargo?

Speaker 2 (15:14):
Raise your hand? I have not no.

Speaker 1 (15:20):
Remember dan Tanna's they had the.

Speaker 8 (15:21):
Best is still around, still around, It's still open.

Speaker 3 (15:27):
Yes, God lives so far now can't get to d'antanna's.

Speaker 2 (15:31):
So Lorolay is very upset and stressed out that Rory
still doesn't know that they got married. She doesn't want
to tell her on the phone. She wants to say
it in person, and then Chris reassures her that it's
everything's going to be fine. And this is to your
point earlier, Danielle, this was this was bothering me because
Christopher is just minimizing Rory's feelings. Multiple times he says, Oh,

(15:54):
she's gonna be fine with it, don't worry about it,
she'll love it. He never like really.

Speaker 4 (16:01):
It's kind of gross, Like he's like, oh, she's gonna
be fine with us getting married. Oh, she's going to
be fine. That gens taking her room, like all the thing,
you know, Like he's so I mean, it's obvious he's
just so not a dad to her.

Speaker 2 (16:13):
Like it's exactly, you know, exactly minimizing her opinion, like
but don't speak for her. It just really bothered me
that he kept doing that. And so then it went
into the credits. So that was that whole thing. That
was a pretty long opening.

Speaker 1 (16:28):
Yeah, it was. Credits went really well.

Speaker 5 (16:30):
The credits were good.

Speaker 2 (16:32):
Yes, everyone did a really nice job in the credit.
So then we go to the hallway outside of Rory's
apartment and she's on the phone with Logan talking about
basketball or something, and she opens the door and he
surprises her because he's in the.

Speaker 3 (16:50):
Same stick again. For me, I liked it was happy.

Speaker 5 (16:53):
But like, yeah, like the thing on the roof, Yeah.

Speaker 8 (16:57):
It's like we thought we've seen this before, but okay,
at least I acknowledged he did it again.

Speaker 5 (17:02):
Yeah, you know, like, yeah, I like she was happy.

Speaker 3 (17:07):
He was cute.

Speaker 4 (17:09):
He was cute.

Speaker 3 (17:09):
All those hair is weird, and we'll get to that.
His hair is really I know, and she really.

Speaker 1 (17:15):
Yeah it's a little poofed.

Speaker 3 (17:16):
And kind of too much bangs and then she like
needed some product and yet she comments on how great
his hair is, which I was.

Speaker 5 (17:22):
Like, irony.

Speaker 2 (17:23):
But anyway, so he talks about they're having a launch
party for the new business, and Bobby has pulled out
all the stops for the pr which is it's weird
that like they're just planning the party that day. I
didn't quite understand how you pull off the person parties.

Speaker 4 (17:44):
You can't do that.

Speaker 3 (17:45):
You can't, Yeah, you can't.

Speaker 4 (17:48):
You just can't get people to go. Like, if I
don't know ten years in advance, I have to go
somewhere at five pm on a Thursday, I'm not doing it.

Speaker 5 (17:56):
And I'm just not.

Speaker 2 (17:59):
Exactly. So Rory again brings up Bobby and that she
doesn't like credit for using the word swarthy, that that
got some brownie points. So she's still annoyed by the
fact that Bobby's a man not a man. And then
this is when Logan drops the bomb that he's moving
from London back into the area and so he's gonna

(18:23):
get a new apartment and she tells him to take
his stuff and he's like, no, new apartment, new stuff,
Like okay, whatever, dude, And so then he's he says
he'll take the suit of armor, whose name is Henry,
we find out in case you were.

Speaker 5 (18:39):
Wondering to keep the apartment.

Speaker 3 (18:41):
She's like, oh, I'll move, okay, Why that's not the
smartest thing.

Speaker 6 (18:45):
R but Okay, then.

Speaker 4 (18:46):
I get it, do the same thing.

Speaker 3 (18:49):
I think if they're together, I have no problem. He's
so loaded, like, okay, I'll just stay here.

Speaker 2 (18:52):
It's fine, right.

Speaker 4 (18:55):
I think she's trying to establish her independence. I kind
of get it.

Speaker 3 (19:00):
I mean, that's too gooder of you.

Speaker 4 (19:05):
All I can say is that, obviously it's my first
time watching the series, as everyone knows, but I've acknowledged
that Bobby is going to be a problem. Am I
on the right track or no?

Speaker 3 (19:15):
Well, we're not going to answer that.

Speaker 2 (19:18):
You're just gonna have to keep watching.

Speaker 4 (19:19):
Yeah, she seems like she's going to be a problem anyways.

Speaker 1 (19:26):
She was born to make trouble.

Speaker 2 (19:30):
So then we go to a cute scene Luke and
April at Luke's apartment, so we know she's still staying
there while Anna is wherever Anna went. I guess her
mom had surgery or whatever. They're talking about the boy
girl party and Luke wants to know if there's going
to be kissing, and so April's like the gross dad,
it was this, I likenes. I thought it was very cute.

(19:55):
And did you watch how she did the salt? Did
anybody notice that all she took the salt shaker, and
she poured them on the plate, and then she poured
them in her hand, and then she took what was
in her hand and put it on the plate.

Speaker 6 (20:10):
She needed something to do with her hands.

Speaker 4 (20:12):
I want to measure the assault you're putting on, you know,
sometimes where you just put it on.

Speaker 6 (20:16):
It just can't see it.

Speaker 2 (20:18):
Yeah, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (20:19):
It was.

Speaker 4 (20:20):
It was cute though, So this is where sorry, Scott,
you you're part of my red flag on this episode.
Scripty was just off duty and really didn't didn't nail
the continuity.

Speaker 1 (20:35):
The hamburger needed to be in the hand when they
cut to her POV and there was a fork with
a fry in and.

Speaker 4 (20:41):
I know, really, and then I came back to the burger.
I'm like, he just had a fork in that hand.
And then not only that, he like he took a bite, which,
by the way, Scott, you were eating the burger, like
I know, everyone like moves the.

Speaker 1 (21:00):
I'm a good actor eater, Yeah I can, I can
actually eat.

Speaker 4 (21:04):
I was like, you committed. I don't even know how
many burgers you had to eat for that matter.

Speaker 1 (21:09):
What you do, you chew them and then you spit
them out in a bucket.

Speaker 4 (21:12):
Oh yeah, but you took a bite, and then it
panned to April for not even negative two seconds, came
back and there was three bites of the burger out.

Speaker 1 (21:25):
I'm like, man, I thought I was going to get away.
I actually knew I wasn't going to get away with
that one. I knew some flags were going to come
at me as soon as I.

Speaker 4 (21:38):
But it's still such a cute scene.

Speaker 2 (21:41):
And so we see like the little blue checkered tablecloth
that they bought a target. I just I thought it
was cute.

Speaker 5 (21:49):
Yeah, it's great.

Speaker 2 (21:50):
There's something dad and asked like the dad like questions
like are you allowed to go to a boy girl party?
And I just thought it was a nice little kind
of domat stick normal scene, yep.

Speaker 3 (22:03):
And cute chemistry between the two of you gos.

Speaker 4 (22:05):
Yeah, it's a great chemistry.

Speaker 2 (22:07):
Yeah, she's very cute.

Speaker 5 (22:09):
She is so good, it's crazy.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Yeah, she's so good.

Speaker 3 (22:14):
And then that they like ripped that poor character to
sort of shreds because she's actually so good and the
scenes are so good.

Speaker 2 (22:22):
Yeah, I know, I love April. I don't have any
problem with April. Yeah, yeah, she's cool. So we go
to Laureli's house, and this is when Rory shows up.
She's got the fancy dress on because she's going to
go to Logan's thing afterwards. And okay, so this was
my first red flag. Loreley cooked the s cargo. You're right,

(22:43):
let that sink in for a minute.

Speaker 8 (22:46):
I had the same thought the second I saw the apron.
The second I saw her with an apron.

Speaker 4 (22:51):
But she doesn't know how to turn turn on her oven, right.

Speaker 2 (22:55):
She doesn't cook anything. And now you believe that she
cooked the scargo.

Speaker 3 (23:00):
I thought they were gonna light thing. Ever.

Speaker 8 (23:02):
I thought they were going to like gag when they
took a bite or something because it was so bad.
But I was like, she's never cooked, she's.

Speaker 1 (23:09):
Never poured like cereal, if you can't put it in
a toaster, forget it.

Speaker 3 (23:14):
Butter and garlic, I think, I don't know, maybe they're
not that hard.

Speaker 6 (23:17):
But I just like, an apron really just threw me off.

Speaker 1 (23:21):
Yeah, what was that about?

Speaker 2 (23:22):
And even Rory said, she's like, what are you wearing?
So super awkward. They sit down to have dinner now,
I don't know, they're fussing around with the salad and
the bread and they've got their hands all over the table,
and yet somehow Rory does not notice that they're both

(23:43):
wearing wedding rings.

Speaker 3 (23:45):
Thank you. I immediately noticed.

Speaker 1 (23:47):
You know, she was probably distracted by Christopher's sweater. That
thing was bad. Did you check out that sweater?

Speaker 2 (23:53):
I don't remember.

Speaker 3 (23:54):
I missed it because I was so obsessed with the rings.
And I was like, how are they not noticing.

Speaker 1 (23:59):
That the sweater was just like especially or something? It was?
It was brutal.

Speaker 5 (24:09):
Yeah, I think the rings are noticeable.

Speaker 3 (24:10):
My friend got in the car the other day and
I immediately noticed her ring, and she the second she
gets in the car, she was like, oh, yeah, I got.

Speaker 5 (24:17):
Married, And I'm like, yeah, I noticed the ring. I
don't know.

Speaker 1 (24:22):
You weren't there. Did you have a rary moment?

Speaker 3 (24:26):
Maybe I'm just like a ring starer?

Speaker 1 (24:28):
Don't were you were you? Were you offended that you
were not there? Did you have a rary moment?

Speaker 8 (24:33):
No?

Speaker 3 (24:33):
No, no, not at all, No, not at all at
my age? Thank you for not inviting me.

Speaker 2 (24:40):
Especially when he says all because she didn't want to
try it. So Christopher says, I'll try the first one,
and so they're literally all looking at him while he's
digging it out of the shell, Like, how does she's
literally looking at his hands? How is she not seeing?

Speaker 1 (24:56):
You know?

Speaker 3 (24:56):
Journal the ring was blamant. I was like, wow, it
was so old and shiny.

Speaker 1 (25:02):
Yeah, and plain sight. That's when people don't say things
when it's just right.

Speaker 3 (25:07):
We're supposed to understand that Luke saw it immediately, right,
So but we'll get to that.

Speaker 2 (25:15):
Yeah, So Rory's asking them what they did, and they're
kind of looking at each other, and you could tell
Laurlai doesn't want to say it. One funny line though,
was when she Laura I said, she's been snacking on
the snails all day long.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
Well, maybe Rory is a far sighted or near sighted?
Which one won't it be?

Speaker 3 (25:37):
Great question?

Speaker 2 (25:38):
No, I done, and.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
Luke has better eyesight saw the ring that could be.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
So Lorlay finally rips the band aid off and says
they got married, and Rory says, you got married married,
and she's you could tell she wasn't super pleased, but
she puts a smile on her face and she says congratulations.
And then they hear the story about how they were
at the place that had the lilies and it was

(26:07):
raining and there was a chapel, and so they just
decided to get married, and then Chris decided champagne. They
want to have champagne, and so Laurla says, there's some
in the garage. One thing I know is this is
so nitpicky, but it just caught my attention. Lauurla I
said that there was some champagne in the cooler, and

(26:28):
I like, my grandparents called it a cooler, but I
mean like.

Speaker 3 (26:33):
She meant the outdoor fridge or something.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
Yeah, Like I've never people are called it a refrigerator.

Speaker 3 (26:39):
I've never heard unless unless they have some sort of
a cooler out there. I don't know.

Speaker 2 (26:45):
Yeah, I don't know. I think she met refrigerator. My
grandparents used to say cooler to mean the refrigerator, so
I just it sounded like an old word to me,
So I just noticed it. But okay, so this is
where I have question for everyone, and maybe you can
help me. So Christopher leaves the room to go get champagne.

(27:05):
And this is when so Laurlai turns. Torrian says, so
what do you think? And that's when Rory says, I'm
really mad, Like she's really pissed that this happened.

Speaker 4 (27:17):
But then she doesn't want her dad to know that.

Speaker 2 (27:19):
She doesn't want Christopher to know. She's like, oh, we
can't do this right now because Dad's coming back. So
the same guy to know what her opinion is.

Speaker 3 (27:28):
Thank you. I thought the same thing because this is
the same guy that she was like stay away from mom,
do you know what I mean? Like, she it's not
like she's ever had an issue being direct with him.

Speaker 1 (27:37):
Right, I didn't have a problem with that.

Speaker 4 (27:39):
I thought, relationship with it's a.

Speaker 1 (27:43):
Totally different relationship. And they were they're super close. I
mean they're yeah, but they're best friends.

Speaker 2 (27:52):
Right, But if my parents, Like if they were my
parents and they did this, I would be heartbroken and
I would be mad at both of them because they
both did that.

Speaker 1 (28:02):
But he's he's not a parent. He doesn't, he doesn't,
he doesn't stir up deep emotions in Rory. She doesn't.
She hasn't invested in him. She's she's almost dismissed him
as as an emotional soulmate or or or she's not

(28:22):
bonded in that way with him, you know, I mean, yeah.

Speaker 2 (28:25):
I mean I kind of I can kind of see that,
Like maybe she just like her bar is so low
for him that she doesn't she doesn't put it past
him to do something like that. But at the same time,
I didn't really understand, like why she was trying to
protect his feelings by pretending to be happy about it,
but then taking out her anger on Lorelei.

Speaker 1 (28:46):
Because because she probably didn't want to get stamped out
her fire, didn't want to get She didn't want her
fire to get stamped out by Christopher, who would probably
defend laurel I in that situation because it's easier. Because
I really I think it's an issue she She doesn't
have an issue with him, it's her I can't.

Speaker 3 (29:03):
You're right, Scott, That's that's what I was going to say.
It's like, you're gonna take it out on your mom,
not your random uncle.

Speaker 1 (29:09):
And if you're like, why are you acting like my
father who I am very little emotionally invested in, and
now you're like, now you're behaving like him and keeping
not including me in things, you know, it's like when
she's mad. Yeah, she's mad at her mom for that.

Speaker 2 (29:26):
Maybe I don't know, because we saw when he left
Lorelai to go back to Sherry when she was pregnant.
Rory screamed at him like that when he showed up
at at Emily's house, and like Rory totally gave him
about it, so into like she's trying to save his
feelings or she doesn't feel confident talking to him or something.

(29:49):
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (29:50):
I just did questioned it too. I agree with you.
I agree with you both in fact, because I did
question it. But then I also understand what Scott's saying.
I'm somewhere in the middle.

Speaker 2 (30:00):
I get it. Yeah, I mean, I just didn't feel
like it was fair that Laurela I had to take
the brunt of Rory's anger because it was something that
they both did together.

Speaker 1 (30:10):
Like, yeah, I think Laurela I knew better and she
messed up.

Speaker 4 (30:14):
Yeah, she had the hesitation and did it anyways.

Speaker 3 (30:20):
Knows she also knows she messed up. That's why she's so.

Speaker 2 (30:24):
Yeah, and that that's kind of where I ultimately landed on.
It was that she she expects more from like she
expects Larelai to know better, but she doesn't necessarily expect
Christopher to know better because he just is Yep, whatever
he is. Okay, So now we just cut to the party.

(30:53):
So Rory's at dinner with her parents, and now all
of a sudden she's at the party in New York
and she tells Logan that her parents got married and
she's a little agitated about it, and he was nice,
do you want to go somewhere and talk. She's like no, no.
So they they see all of Logan's buddies, including Bobby,

(31:15):
and then we meet Trip Cavanaugh and the little the
kissing on the cheek scene, like kind of awkwardly like
leaning towards each other. I thought that was funny. I
thought that was cute.

Speaker 4 (31:29):
I hate that too, when somebody's like, I'm like, oh shit,
do I do this? Once twice?

Speaker 3 (31:35):
I have to say I really did like Rory and
Logan in this scene. I like that Rory told him
right away. I like how he reacted.

Speaker 2 (31:44):
I liked that.

Speaker 3 (31:44):
Then she was like no, no, no, I'm good Like
I didn't. I liked them. I even liked their interactions
at the party.

Speaker 5 (31:50):
I was good with you.

Speaker 4 (31:51):
Yeah, And I like how Logan was like taking her around, like, oh,
you meet this person I meet that you know? Like
I it seemed like they were a very well season
couple at this point.

Speaker 2 (32:02):
Yeah. I thought this was a pretty good scene. So
Trip comes over. He's talking about his house that's under
construction in Tortola and all the nightmares of construction on
a small island. And then we meet Hugo Gray aka
Sheldon's dad.

Speaker 3 (32:21):
Gray.

Speaker 2 (32:22):
Who the accent, like the lack of an accent, it was,
I was. I'm so used to hearing him with that
Texas accent on young Sheldon.

Speaker 3 (32:30):
I didn't even realize that.

Speaker 1 (32:33):
Yeah, who the New York Times writer.

Speaker 2 (32:37):
Yeah, the online.

Speaker 1 (32:39):
Or the guy or the guy with the website, guy
website that logan.

Speaker 2 (32:44):
Introduces her to his real life name, Lance Barbara. Oh,
Lance Barber.

Speaker 3 (32:48):
That's right, that's right, that's right. Yes, he was in.

Speaker 2 (32:51):
Another episode of Gilmour too, in the Fashion Show episode
way back and it was like season one or two.
He was the guy that was trying to fix the
run and Luke had to come fix his fixed anyway,
So Hugo Gray is launching this website, talking to Rory about,
you know, just kind of the stuff that she writes about,

(33:13):
and he offers to have her submit some work for
his site, gives her his business card, and then our
Tortola friend shows up again and wants to tell us
another story about his house, and then that's the end
of that scene. And then I guess that was it

(33:35):
for the party. I felt like there was another party scene,
but I guess there wasn't.

Speaker 3 (33:40):
But once for some reason, I thought we went back
and forth a bit too.

Speaker 2 (33:43):
I know, I thought we did too, but I don't
think we did, because then the next scene is the
next morning, Lurlai is leaving a mess. She's sitting on
the porch. She's leaving a message for Rory, and Rory's
not answering the phone. Laura's, you know, trying to just
fi that. I know, this seems sudden and blah blah blah.

(34:06):
Then we cut to Logan and Rory's apartment, which is
happening at the same time as Laura is leading the message.
Rory wrote the piece. I guess she was like up
all night writing.

Speaker 4 (34:17):
That's what I didn't understand, Like she wrote a whole
article like within hours.

Speaker 2 (34:23):
That's sounds like, yeah, she drank too much coffee and
then wrote the article and that's why in the morning
she was all like hyped up on the coffee and
lack of sleep, and Logan's reading it, and then that's
when she gets that message, and here's that it's Lorelai
and puts the phone down and doesn't want to talk
to her. So that's how we knew that was happening.
At the same time, uh, Logan does not like the

(34:46):
article she wrote and says that she was getting judgmental,
and then they had an argument because he basically was saying,
you know, you're one of us, you're one of this.

Speaker 4 (34:56):
Crowd too, and that he likes those people, right.

Speaker 2 (34:59):
And then he's not ashamed of being a trust fund
kid and you know, and he's proud of it or whatever,
and she didn't like that comparison. I think she's she
thinks of herself still as like the small town girl,
even though.

Speaker 4 (35:13):
She did everything on her own, even though she had
grandma and grandpa right exactly.

Speaker 2 (35:18):
And so then Logan makes the comment about you know
how she's basically living in his apartment rent free, and.

Speaker 6 (35:25):
Then she that was rough.

Speaker 4 (35:27):
It was something like he wasn't wrong, No, that's wrong,
but like, oh he just shoved that in her.

Speaker 6 (35:35):
Face, have a knife and like twisted it.

Speaker 10 (35:39):
It was like yeah, yeah, I mean, as much as
she wants to think that she's still the small town
stars hollow girl, like once Emily and Richard got their
claws into.

Speaker 2 (35:51):
Her, that was all over.

Speaker 5 (35:53):
I was surprised that it took.

Speaker 3 (35:55):
The Lucy and Olivia to sort of make her realize
it was mean, and she didn't just sort of realize
it then.

Speaker 8 (36:02):
But yeah, yeah, like in that moment talking to talking
to Logan, she didn't realize that she needed an outside person.

Speaker 1 (36:09):
I don't know.

Speaker 6 (36:10):
And I also wish she went to Paris about it,
because Paris works at the paper.

Speaker 5 (36:16):
Do you get Paris?

Speaker 1 (36:18):
Yeah? Paris?

Speaker 5 (36:19):
What I mean, I just get Paris these days.

Speaker 3 (36:22):
Like she to Lucy and Olivia, like we don't even
know them.

Speaker 6 (36:25):
Yet, Like Lucy, Olivia, Wayne or Lane.

Speaker 8 (36:29):
Yeah, like she could have gone to Lane or Paris
and had this conversation like we got into this argument,
what do you what do you think of this article?
And I feel like I don't know, I feel like
they would give a better answer, So what do we
think of it?

Speaker 1 (36:40):
Was Logan's anger justifying was aggressive.

Speaker 4 (36:45):
I think the thing is that that night was such
a big night for him, right, Like that was a
big night for him, and she just rained on his
parade by.

Speaker 2 (36:54):
She totally skewered all of them, And I think he
was reacting to that, which I don't blame him for.

Speaker 4 (37:00):
Like, these are the people who are trying to do
business with, you know, he he doesn't need his girlfriend
writing an article that's gonna jeopardize that.

Speaker 3 (37:08):
Right, she should kind of know that.

Speaker 2 (37:10):
Yeah.

Speaker 8 (37:10):
I think it'd be different if they went to like
her grandparents party or the Huntsburgers party.

Speaker 6 (37:16):
But this is for Logan.

Speaker 1 (37:18):
Yeah, this is this is like a scene from Straysay
and Redford in the way we.

Speaker 5 (37:23):
Were Yeah, yeah, yeah, you know.

Speaker 1 (37:25):
What I mean. It's like Streisan was never one of them,
and he was trying to make her one of them,
and she wasn't. She didn't fit in.

Speaker 4 (37:32):
It's like some of our significant others writing an article
being like podcasting is lame. They were like, yeah, that's
how I.

Speaker 3 (37:42):
Make my living, thank you.

Speaker 6 (37:45):
I've had friends be like I don't listen to podcasts.

Speaker 4 (37:47):
I'm like, okay, that is fine. If they were like
every podcast of sucks, it's like.

Speaker 2 (37:54):
Right right, right, yeah, thanks, yeah, and yeah. So I
think he felt kind of a tap and at the
same time, it was made even worse by the fact
that she's basically one of them. So it's not like
it's the pot calling the kettle black.

Speaker 1 (38:09):
But I think his his he was shocked. It was
it was a side of Rory he didn't know existed.
He was just I think he felt betrayed. He felt hurt,
you know, he it just he was so confused. The
anger came.

Speaker 5 (38:27):
I understood.

Speaker 3 (38:28):
She's like, but we were making these same jokes. But
there is a difference between jokes you make with your
boyfriend and writing an article.

Speaker 1 (38:35):
Yes, everyone draw the line. I mean, come on, that was.

Speaker 3 (38:39):
Very cool, like telling a private moment between you and
your significant other to like a group of your girlfriends.

Speaker 2 (38:47):
Everyone's like, oh, that's not okay.

Speaker 4 (38:50):
And so the thing that I had a question about,
and sorry if I miss this, but like, did she
submit it to that guy.

Speaker 3 (38:58):
One of that too?

Speaker 5 (38:59):
But I'm assuming I don't think they.

Speaker 4 (39:02):
Said yet, not yet okay, Because I thought this was
a Lorlai Emily article repeat. I was like, Oh, this
is going to land somewhere and then this is gonna
be the demise of the Logan Rory relationship.

Speaker 1 (39:14):
No.

Speaker 8 (39:14):
I took it as like she wrote the draft and
handed it to him first.

Speaker 2 (39:18):
Yeah, yeah, that's what I thought too.

Speaker 1 (39:20):
Yeah, it was like a proofread.

Speaker 2 (39:22):
It reminded me of that episode where she wrote that
article about the ballerina I know. Hell yeah, it was
like super like she had ros hanging over her bra
like just and she thought it was funny and didn't
realize how nasty it was. Pointed it out to her.

Speaker 3 (39:40):
We're having some redundancy here in season seven. I'm not
that mad about it, but yes, there's a lot of
things sort of like this is a different take on
the same thing we've seen before. Maybe intentional, maybe not
when we get to the hospital.

Speaker 2 (39:53):
But yeah. So then the scene changes to Luke's apartment
and April is wrapping the birthday gift getting ready for
her party.

Speaker 3 (40:06):
Scenes with the use of sweetie way too many times
sweetie sweet, sweety sweet, sweet, sweaty sweet.

Speaker 2 (40:15):
And otherwise they have the conversation about juggling.

Speaker 1 (40:20):
Yeah, I sweeties, by the way, thanks a lot.

Speaker 3 (40:28):
The juggling bit was good, and her just not wanting
to be sick, not wanting to be saying no, I
love that you call her right away.

Speaker 1 (40:36):
M hm.

Speaker 5 (40:38):
That was awesome. This is the you suck as a
dad scene.

Speaker 1 (40:42):
Yeah, things escalated quickly.

Speaker 4 (40:45):
Yeah, Luke was like, I don't suck as a dad.
Go sulk.

Speaker 5 (40:50):
You know, it was like such.

Speaker 2 (40:51):
A stereotypical teenager line like it kind.

Speaker 4 (40:54):
Of yes, yeah for sure, Okay, and then we.

Speaker 2 (41:01):
Go to Laurelized house and she's checking her messages, still
hoping to make contact with Rory. Christopher comes in with
this laundry basket of clothes and this is the laundry basket,
and you got the police shirt, and this.

Speaker 5 (41:16):
Is where she twenty years later, again.

Speaker 2 (41:20):
It's back to the whole high school thing. It's like
the synchronicity shirt. And I don't know, we got we
kind of beat that dead horse.

Speaker 1 (41:28):
But how about his line? Well I lied, yeah, yeah exactly.

Speaker 3 (41:34):
So how many shirts do you guys have? So if
they were five, how many shirts do you have from
twenty years ago? I think I have one.

Speaker 6 (41:42):
I have all my concert merch.

Speaker 4 (41:44):
I was gonna say, I probably have five. I have
like my instinct T shirt extra boys, but I don't
wear them like they're just hanging.

Speaker 1 (41:55):
I actually have a bunch.

Speaker 8 (41:56):
I have a bunch, yeah, but not like any other
shirt besides concert shirts or like band shirts.

Speaker 4 (42:02):
So this police shirt actually makes sense?

Speaker 6 (42:05):
Yeah it does, I.

Speaker 3 (42:06):
Guess, so, all right, at tracks, Okay, it.

Speaker 2 (42:08):
Does, But at the same time, like that's it also
points to how everything that they have is connected to
high school for them.

Speaker 3 (42:16):
Well, yes, that's so this is a core issue here,
that is it. But we won't right now because we'll
have plenty of time for that.

Speaker 2 (42:25):
And then this is I think this is the scene
where he's trying to move the yeah smow Brery's desk
and he's like, we got to make a coloring table.

Speaker 3 (42:33):
For Jake colored the desk.

Speaker 1 (42:35):
I don't know, but and this is what your cowboy.

Speaker 2 (42:40):
Change me a great Christopher.

Speaker 1 (42:44):
You're with Laurela Gilmore. She could hit the ejector button
on you at any time.

Speaker 4 (42:49):
Yeah, I wish she should have already.

Speaker 2 (42:52):
Right, he's just being really like bossy and assertive about
we have to make all these changes, and and like
I get that she he's frustrated that she's pushing back,
but at the same time, it's only been like two
days and they don't need to change everything right away.

Speaker 3 (43:07):
He's pushing too much, and she's not understanding right where
he's coming from. I think her usual we have that issue.

Speaker 4 (43:16):
But she also doesn't want to do this, you know,
like you can just tell do this.

Speaker 2 (43:22):
Yeah, it goes.

Speaker 1 (43:25):
You know, it's good acting on her part because she's
been doing this for the entire season, because you can
feel the resistance. You can feel she's there, right, and
that's that's Lauren doing her job. You know. It's like
thinking the right thoughts and those thoughts are translating into
that sort of a little bit of behavior that we
recognize as resistance. And it's it's interesting, isn't it. It's

(43:48):
very self.

Speaker 2 (43:49):
I mean, she was probably thinking, like the actress was
probably thinking, why are we doing this?

Speaker 3 (43:55):
Did anybody see the comment, Tara, I know you did
because we talked about it on our Instagram that there's
an interview somewhere of Lauren where she does not remember
getting married to Christopher.

Speaker 2 (44:06):
It's in her book. It's in her book. Yeah, she
forgot so much. So I had to explain it to
her when they were filmed.

Speaker 3 (44:17):
She literally like, huh.

Speaker 2 (44:20):
But it kind of for me. It goes back to
when they had that movie date where they were watching
the movie on the side of the barn and she
told him She's like, I want to go slow. I
don't want to rush through this, and he told her
that they would go slow, and now all of a sudden,
you know, he takes her to Paris and he isolates
her from Rory, he isolates her from Suki, and maybe

(44:41):
that wasn't intentional on maybe Christopher did the intentionally do that,
but nobody was there to be the voice of common sense.
And she told him in Paris she didn't want to
get married, and yet they come home and they're married,
and now he's trying to rearrange her entire house and
move what's her name, He's furniture out what's her name,

(45:05):
like just slowly on it.

Speaker 3 (45:08):
Yeah, it's interesting, it's interesting to uh analyze.

Speaker 1 (45:12):
I don't know.

Speaker 4 (45:13):
I also think like in that scene, he also said
like he's going to take her lead, right, so she's
definitely not, but she but she's not so not saying
she's not doing she's doing it.

Speaker 8 (45:28):
You know, she's, yeah, she's going along with she's not
taking lead, but she's not pushing back.

Speaker 2 (45:33):
Yeah she does.

Speaker 4 (45:34):
And then she's like, oh, well, let's just get married,
you know like what?

Speaker 2 (45:38):
Yeah, like why this is why I don't understand why
everybody is just trying to spare his feelings and make
him happy because he doesn't deserve that. But this is
also the scene where Laura tells Christopher that Rory is
not happy about the whole thing, which I was glad too.

Speaker 3 (45:52):
You know, I just can't with the like not telling
each other. It's just, yeah, that drives me nuts.

Speaker 2 (45:57):
Yeah. So then Christopher starts to pout because he's like,
I'm her father, We're married. Now, why didn't you tell.

Speaker 1 (46:12):
Me that one line? That's the one line in the
whole yeah episode that just rang so hollow for me.
I'm her father, trying to sound authoritative and it's just like, dude,
come on.

Speaker 2 (46:27):
Right, And so then he gets the powdery look on
his face, and this is where Laura's trying to make
him feel better now, saying, oh, she just needs time
to adjust what interrupt?

Speaker 3 (46:36):
But am I the only one that just hears Darth Vader?

Speaker 2 (46:46):
So then the next scene is actually at Olivia and
Lucy's apartment.

Speaker 5 (46:53):
Kind of.

Speaker 2 (46:53):
It was a sort of a throwaway scene, just basically
serving the point to me make the point that the
article is uh.

Speaker 3 (47:04):
A weird mention And for boyfriend.

Speaker 6 (47:07):
Yeah, I thought I thought he was. We were going
to see him.

Speaker 3 (47:10):
It's because we're leading to something, but it's so annoyed.

Speaker 2 (47:13):
It did make me laugh when she said, oh, boyfriend
made those bookshelves over there, and they're fine for paperbacks.
I thought that was funny. And then we go back
to Luke's apartment and now April looks really sick. She's
laying on the bed. She's still insisting she feels fine.
And then this is where Luke calls Laurelai and she's
the one who gives him the motherly advice and says

(47:35):
it's probably appendicitis. Now, what do you think everything?

Speaker 3 (47:39):
I liked everything about it.

Speaker 2 (47:40):
What do you think about the fact that he chose
to call Laurelai instead of Anna, like.

Speaker 4 (47:46):
Even hesitate.

Speaker 3 (47:49):
No, because he's calling who he trusts the most, he
would go to.

Speaker 2 (47:56):
I always think I agree. I loved that he called Laura.
I I just thought it was interesting, like if it
was my kid, I would want somebody to tell me that.

Speaker 1 (48:05):
Or Sheryl and Fenn was working on another project.

Speaker 3 (48:09):
Was also we're dying to get these two back together,
and so finally the team at Gilmour Girls is starting
to give us what.

Speaker 5 (48:20):
We are desperately needed.

Speaker 3 (48:22):
Yes, And once we had it, I realized, Ah, there's
a reason I like this exactly.

Speaker 6 (48:30):
I also took it as.

Speaker 8 (48:32):
Like Luke didn't know that it was going to be
that serious, and so he didn't want to call Anna
and think he didn't know how to take care of
a kid, and she has a call like That's how
I took it, And that's why he called it, because
like he probably thought, he's gonna call Laurai.

Speaker 6 (48:45):
She's gonna be like, all right, grab some medication, you know,
give her some.

Speaker 1 (48:52):
His privilege to host his.

Speaker 8 (48:54):
Yeah, I don't think he expected going to the hospital,
and that's why he called That's very good point, very
good point.

Speaker 2 (49:02):
So then we're in the waiting room at the hospital
and Laurel I shows up. It was so nice to
see them together again, even though you know, obviously it's
a scary situation because there's a sick kid.

Speaker 1 (49:14):
But I heard I don't know about you guys until.

Speaker 4 (49:19):
Mister and missus Nardini.

Speaker 5 (49:24):
That was awesome.

Speaker 3 (49:25):
Also, I love about it.

Speaker 2 (49:29):
I love how Luke was all flustered and he was like,
I told them she could have my appendix if if
they needed.

Speaker 1 (49:36):
Cute.

Speaker 2 (49:37):
Yeah, it was. It was good until he saw the
ring and then he gave her the look like what
the heck is that? And then she was awkward and
embarrassed and then trying to hide her hands, and then.

Speaker 6 (49:49):
He felt that awkwardness.

Speaker 4 (49:51):
Yeah, that was very well done.

Speaker 1 (49:55):
Yeah, and Lauren, and I tell you.

Speaker 3 (50:00):
It's so good that it's not talked about.

Speaker 1 (50:02):
I just I just loved working with her.

Speaker 9 (50:03):
Man.

Speaker 1 (50:04):
She was great. She was such a great scene partner.
It was so much.

Speaker 3 (50:07):
You don't even say anything, and we all feel it,
you know.

Speaker 1 (50:12):
It's it's there are a lot of actors that you
work with that don't care if they're great. They just
want to do the scene well, but they're not going
for great. She always went for great well. She always
wanted it to be better. She always you know what
I mean. It's just a joy. It's just a freaking joy.

(50:35):
Let me tell you.

Speaker 4 (50:37):
I love that.

Speaker 2 (50:38):
So we go from that nice moment to more awkwardness
with Rory and Logan back at the apartment. Logan apologizes
for what he's the comment that he made, which I
don't think he needed to apologize, but I do get that,
like when you're in a fight with someone. He was
a bit harsh. But yeah, and then she apologizes because

(50:59):
she now realized that the article was mean and judgmental,
so they make up, and then this is where she
tells him that she's gonna move out of the apartment
because I think she's feeling like she needs to be
not riding his coattails or living off of his money,
like she needs to do her own thing and go

(51:20):
find her own apartment somewhere. And then that's when Laurlai
comes in because she's just given up trying to call her,
so she just shows up at the apartment.

Speaker 11 (51:29):
And that was a little odd, no, no with their relationship,
I thought normal.

Speaker 3 (51:41):
And I liked how I loved her sort of a
quick moment with Logan and he touches her arm.

Speaker 5 (51:48):
I thought that was so well done.

Speaker 2 (51:49):
I really liked that.

Speaker 4 (51:50):
Yeah, they are, Like I love the relationship between Logan
and Lurlai because there's so many parallels between them, and
there's just some unspoken bond that they haven't, Like they're
not like, oh I love your mom or anything like that.
Like there's just like an unspoken bond between the two
of them that I think is cool.

Speaker 1 (52:08):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (52:09):
Yeah, And so this is where we find out that
Rory's not upset that they got married. She's upset that
she wasn't there completely understandable, and then Laurel I basically
admits that they didn't call Rory because she didn't want
Rory to talk her out of it. So Rory admits
she would have right exactly, and she says, I just

(52:32):
wanted to do what I really wanted, to be married
to your dad.

Speaker 7 (52:37):
Ye.

Speaker 3 (52:37):
What keeps going through my mind is that Luke isn't
her first marriage. And what I don't know is if
I'm good with that or if that's a bummer. Like,
that's what keeps going through my mind, and we know
she isn't his, so that's why I'm like, oh, maybe

(52:58):
that's what it took. But for some reason, that just
repeats in my mind constantly.

Speaker 9 (53:04):
M M.

Speaker 10 (53:07):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (53:07):
I mean I feel like she had to get it
out of her system. She had to make a go
of it with Christopher, just to silence all those voices.

Speaker 1 (53:20):
Internal pressure, external pressure to get married if you've never
been married. Yeah, I get that.

Speaker 2 (53:28):
But we do find out that she did not change
her name, so we're seeing, you know, lots of indications
that she knows this was not a good idea.

Speaker 3 (53:38):
I knew everything I needed to know. At the end
of the last episode with the face nobody has that
face right, exactly exactly face.

Speaker 2 (53:49):
But then we go back to Lorelei's house and now
she's happily moving the desk talking about painting the room pink.
She tells Christopher that Luke and April are good and
Rory's good, and everybody did.

Speaker 3 (54:03):
Like, I'm not gonna lie.

Speaker 1 (54:04):
I did like that.

Speaker 3 (54:08):
Christopher knew she was going to the hospital. Yeah, again,
that would him, so like, you've learned nothing, woman, you
know what I mean?

Speaker 2 (54:19):
Happy about that? Yeah? I like that she told him
before she went and she still went like he didn't
talk her out, and he's chill about it.

Speaker 3 (54:30):
It's all all good.

Speaker 2 (54:32):
Yeah. And then the final scene was the where Lucas
sitting next to April in the hospital bed and he's
like checking her temperature, and then he is flipping through
the channels on the TV and that's when we see
an old black and white movie and they talk about
eloping to Maryland, and so he gets a look on

(54:53):
his face because he is remembering when he and Laura
I had talked about that at the end of season six.

Speaker 3 (54:59):
For me as a fan, I feel like because it
look Danielle can cover her ears, although she look we
know where we're going, Mack.

Speaker 5 (55:07):
To come on.

Speaker 3 (55:09):
So it's like, as a fan, I sort of had
a sigh of relief, like, oh, okay, now we're heading
in the right direction. It may take some time, but
we're heading there right right.

Speaker 2 (55:20):
This this is like I feel like, I don't mind
seeing laurel Ize so uneasy because that tells me, Okay,
she doesn't really want to be with Christopher, so maybe
this isn't going to be a forever situation. Like I
feel like, okay, if she was like I'm blissfully happily
in love with Christopher, then I would be like, you know,

(55:41):
I don't know how much more of this I'm going
to watch, but at least like like you, like you say,
we feel like this is going, you know, somewhere. And
then that was the end of the episode.

Speaker 1 (55:54):
Well the end there you go.

Speaker 3 (55:58):
How do you feel, Scott.

Speaker 1 (56:01):
I feel like it's definitely beginning to head in the
right direction. Yeah, but listen, I also get that it's
still Gilmore girls, even if these are not the most
familiar pairings of characters, Right, you got people caring about

(56:25):
each other. You still got people imperfect, people trying to
do better, you know, and going through their day and
going through their lives, and they're all trying to be
good people. They're trying to be that what's the term,
everybody's the best versions of themselves like and there's something
powerful about that, you know.

Speaker 3 (56:46):
Yeah, there's connection between these.

Speaker 1 (56:48):
There is there's they're trying to connect and they're not connecting,
and it's sometimes it's frustrating to watch if they're not
connecting and if it's not the right chemistry. But at
least people are trying, and it's the better Nate sure
of people is coming out and all of these episodes.

Speaker 3 (57:05):
Did we never see the diner the whole episode?

Speaker 1 (57:07):
Wow?

Speaker 4 (57:07):
But we got this burger scenes at the partment.

Speaker 6 (57:11):
Amy before you forget what is your note?

Speaker 3 (57:13):
Oh yeah, so for anybody, we have to do ratings
to of course, so before.

Speaker 5 (57:19):
We do the ratings.

Speaker 3 (57:20):
We might have done this in the last episode, but
I did learn it, Scott, you might have already done it.

Speaker 5 (57:25):
Did we do.

Speaker 2 (57:28):
Breathe in?

Speaker 8 (57:30):
H did we do?

Speaker 3 (57:35):
That's how you calm your body? You know, that was
a real hit in the last episode, the box breathing,
So you breathe in and then in your lowest possible.

Speaker 1 (57:44):
Low it's not as that. It's it's a it's a
that's that's an acting thing.

Speaker 3 (57:57):
That's someone said, it's a yoga thing too, it.

Speaker 1 (57:59):
Is, So it's a what an actor borrowed from yoga. Yeah,
they said. Nicholson used to get on his back and
put his bottoms of his feet on the floor so
his knees were up, and he would do these deep
breathing things and he'd expel all the he'd just do that,

(58:21):
you know, and do that until he's like, hi, right,
just clear out, empty out, get centered and then go
do a scene. So he was nice and relaxed.

Speaker 4 (58:34):
Amy and I did a call with somebody and they
told us that their kid, uh, when he gets anxious,
goes on the concrete, just face down. And they were like,
that sounds good, sounds nice.

Speaker 1 (58:50):
Yeah, No, it's great stuff.

Speaker 3 (58:53):
Are we here for Gilmore girls, but we are here
to help you regulate your nervous system.

Speaker 1 (58:57):
Yes, it's really great. Four eight seven technique. You're breathing
for four seconds through the nose. You hold it for
eight seconds and then you breathe out of your mouth
with the tip of your tongue on the top of
the backside of your top row teeth and blow out
for seven seconds, and it triggers your brain into knowing

(59:20):
that you're trying to go to sleep, and you'll go
to sleep faster.

Speaker 3 (59:23):
I have really good one before we give the rating.

Speaker 1 (59:28):
Okay, there's always and there's always the old reliable. Sit
in a lotus position, look directly at the sun and go.

Speaker 3 (59:38):
Everybody put their two fingers in between their eyes right here, yes,
then one finger the ring finger on your.

Speaker 1 (59:45):
No, yes, go ahead, somewhere.

Speaker 8 (59:53):
On one side of the nose, your nose, and do
you close your eye?

Speaker 1 (01:00:00):
You closure enough?

Speaker 4 (01:00:03):
What are you doing?

Speaker 1 (01:00:05):
What are you doing?

Speaker 5 (01:00:06):
To breathe into the right side? Plug it?

Speaker 3 (01:00:13):
This requires open the upside lolow out? Oh I liked it.

Speaker 6 (01:00:19):
Oh I like that.

Speaker 1 (01:00:20):
Oh wow, the left back into the left side and
then nay, that's I can't.

Speaker 5 (01:00:29):
Open up on the right side out.

Speaker 2 (01:00:36):
Oh good, you guys.

Speaker 1 (01:00:38):
What is that is? Is that a yoga thing?

Speaker 5 (01:00:40):
What is meditation? Breathing?

Speaker 1 (01:00:42):
Oh? That's cool?

Speaker 3 (01:00:44):
It does blow a little snot.

Speaker 1 (01:00:46):
Ye, you need a tissue with that.

Speaker 4 (01:00:51):
Shall we rate this?

Speaker 1 (01:00:54):
I rate the breathing technique ten ten ten boogers. Okay.
The episode of the episode Suzanne, what do you what
are you gonna give it?

Speaker 2 (01:01:09):
I'm gonna I liked this episode, so it was nice
to finally like an episode again. I'm gonna give this,
uh seven point five Houses in Tortola, eight point five
es cargo?

Speaker 1 (01:01:25):
Did you say eight point five.

Speaker 5 (01:01:26):
Eight point five snails, es cargo?

Speaker 8 (01:01:28):
Whatever?

Speaker 1 (01:01:29):
You?

Speaker 4 (01:01:29):
Okay, Okay, I'm gonna do eight point seventy five Knights
and Armora.

Speaker 8 (01:01:41):
I feel like we're on the up from the Paris episode,
but it still was my favorite, so I'm giving it
a six point five appendix.

Speaker 1 (01:01:49):
Oh you just stole mine.

Speaker 6 (01:01:52):
App I was gonna say, what's the plural? Appendi?

Speaker 2 (01:01:57):
Appendices?

Speaker 6 (01:01:58):
Appendices?

Speaker 1 (01:02:01):
All right, yeah, I don't know if I'm in the
eight I'm gonna keep it in the low sevens. Uh
seven point two six five four five seven two four
five Yeah, And the measuring stick is.

Speaker 6 (01:02:24):
I have one for you.

Speaker 1 (01:02:26):
Appendixes of snails because that's how hard you have to
try to Well, anyway, that's gonna do it, right, that's
gonna wrap aroun Rich.

Speaker 5 (01:02:40):
That's next week.

Speaker 1 (01:02:42):
Well, there's another episode I think it's called Knit Knit
People Knit, Nit People Knit, and that's episode nine, season seven, right,
Knit people Knit? All right, we will see you next time.
Thanks for the downloads, Love you guys, best fans on
the planet, and just remember we and I am all

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