Episode One Hundred One: “Say Something”
Original Airdate: February 15, 2005
While the town takes sides in the breakup, dumped and devastated Lorelai takes to her bed . . . and Rory rides to the rescue in Logan’s limo, armed with cookie dough, DVDs, and TLC.
So, I don’t know if it was just me or did Lorelai totally not tell Sookie the whole story about what happened at the wedding? Luke wasn’t mad about the tequila night with Christopher, he was mad at what Christopher was saying, talking about how Luke doesn’t belong with her but he does and everyone knows it. Lorelai totally glossed over all that and made it seem like Luke blew everything up. Ugh. So, now, here we are at the start of the Luke and Lorelai breakup episodes. Super. They run a close second to my least favorite ones right after the ones where Lorelai and Rory aren’t speaking . . . oops. I shouldn’t mention those . . . yet.
Moving on, we also are now in the start of Rory and Logan and their annoying dance of liking each other but her not listening to him about not wanting a girlfriend and him wanting to be footloose and fancy free with other women. I’ve always loved Logan, but the playboy Logan needs to be smacked. Although, with that said, I’ve always loved how no matter if he is scared of a relationship or what, he is always taking care of her. She needs a car and boom, he makes a call.
RORY: Paris. Paris!
PARIS [asleep]: Wha?
RORY: Are you asleep?
PARIS [mumbles]: Don’t turn the light on. [Rory turns the light on.] Aah! I said don’t turn the light on!
RORY: I didn’t hear the ‘don’t’.
PARIS: Why do you think I would tell you to turn on the light when I’m dead asleep?
RORY: I didn’t know you were dead asleep.
PARIS: The room is dark. I’m under the covers and completely immobile. Deduce, Sherlock.
RORY: Well, you’re awake now. Can I ask you a question?
PARIS: Bite me.
RORY: Were there any messages for me?
PARIS: Yes. Four other people called and asked that you bite me.
LORELAI: Yeah, thanks, Frank. [He leaves.] Wait, who’s Frank?
RORY: Oh, well, I had to get out here, and my car is at the dealer for it’s six month service. So my friend had a car and a driver standing by, so they let me borrow it and Frank, and, well, that explains Frank.
LORELAI: You take your car to the dealer?
LORELAI: They’re such a rip-off there.
RORY: It says in the book to take it to the dealer.
LORELAI: If it said in the book to drive off a cliff, would you drive off a cliff?
RORY: Yes I would.
LORELAI: And ‘they’ is a ‘he’.
LORELAI: The ‘they’ with the limo.
RORY: Yes, he’s a ‘he’.
LORELAI: Thank Logan for me.
LORELAI: Oh, the big guns. Good. Now go!
RORY: Okay. But I am going to call a lot.
LORELAI: I’m good with that.
RORY: And I only have one class tomorrow, so I could stop by again in the afternoon.
LORELAI: Well, there’ll be no need.
RORY: You can call me, too, you know.
LORELAI: I know, Mom.
RORY: Okay. Bye.
LORELAI: Bye, honey.
RORY: And I’m going to have Frank honk before we leave.
RORY: I don’t know, it just sounds fun.