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Episode Guide, Season Five ...

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5.01 - Say Goodbye to Daisy Miller ...
Original airdate: September 21, 2004
Lorelai is very upset that Rory has lost her virginity to her married ex-boyfriend Dean. Luke is happy and relieved to learn that Lorelai wants to pursue their new romantic relationship. Realizing that Dean's marriage may not be over after all, Rory agrees to spend the summer in Europe with Emily.

5.02 - A Messenger, Nothing More ...
Original airdate: September 28, 2004
Rory calls Lorelai from Rome and admits that she made a mess of things with Dean. Lorelai gives Dean a letter from Rory, but Dean's wife Lindsay finds the letter and throws Dean out of the house. Rory returns from Europe, and a terrible scene ensues when she and Lorelai run into Lindsay and her mother on the street.

5.03 - Written in the Stars ...
Original airdate: October 5, 2004
After Lorelai and Luke spend a romantic night together at Luke's place, Lorelai, walks into the dinner early the next morning dressed in one of Luke's flannel shirts, only to discover that the place is full of customers.Rory has an angry exchange with a haughty, rich student named Logan after he is rude to her friend Marty.

5.04 - Tippecanoe and Taylor, Too ...
Original airdate: October 12, 2004
Rory and Dean find it increasingly difficult to be alone together due to their distant living arrangement and the fact that he is sharing a car with his estranged wife. Lorelai and Sookie run Jackson's campaign when he decides to run against Taylor for Town Selectman. Lane tells her band-mate Zach that she has feelings for him.

5.05 - We Got Us a Pippi Virgin ...
Original airdate: October 19, 2004
Feeling bad that her relationship with Dean has become awkward, Lorelai suggests that she and Luke double-date with Rory and Dean, but the evening turns ugly when Luke is unable to disguise the fact that he thinks Dean isn't good enough for Rory. Meanwhile, Emily and Richard are lonely and a little lost without one another.

5.06 - Norman Mailer, I'm Pregnant! ...
Original airdate: October 26, 2004
Lorelai and Sookie are thrilled when author Norman Mailer and a young reporter show up repeatedly in the dining room of the Dragonfly Inn, but Sookie's awe turns to annoyance when Mailer refuses to order any food. Working on a story for the Yale newspaper, Rory uncovers evidence of an intriguing secret society to which Logan belongs.

5.07 - You Jump, I Jump, Jack ...
Original airdate: November 2, 2004
Rory is impressed when Logan brings her to an elaborate event staged by his secret society, and she suddenly finds herself participating in a thrilling but dangerous stunt. Meanwhile, when Emily discovers that Lorelai is dating Luke, she insists he come to dinner. Not to be outdone, Richard invites Luke to a game of golf.

5.08 - The Party's Over ...
Original airdate: November 9, 2004
Rory is touched when Emily and Richard throw a party to introduce her to their Yale Alumni friends, but it soon becomes obvious that their ulterior motive is to find her a suitable husband. When Dean arrives at the party to pick Rory up, he realizes he doesn't belong in her privileged world.

5.09 - Emily Says Hello ...
Original airdate: November 16, 2004
Rory decides that she and Lorelai should split up at the next Friday night dinner and confront Richard and Emily separately about ending their separation. Meanwhile, Lorelai invites Christopher for lunch at the inn. Feeling guilty that she hadn't told Luke about seeing Christopher, Lorelai confesses that they had lunch, and Luke "convinces" himself that he isn't jealous.

5.10 - But Not as Cute as Pushkin ...
Original airdate: November 30, 2004
Rory is delighted when the headmaster of her old prep school asks her to play hostess to a young student, Anna, who is thinking of applying to Yale. However, Anna turns out to be more interested in boys than academics and runs off to party. Meanwhile, Lorelai and Luke have their first fight when she accidentally upsets him by buying an old boat that had belonged to his father.

5.11 - Women of Questionable Morals ...
Original airdate: January 25, 2005
Wanting to make peace with Rory, Christopher shows up at Yale. When Lorelai learns that Christopher's father passed away, she spends an evening at his place trying to console him, then neglects to tell Luke the truth about where she was. Luke brings Lorelai her own portable skating pond, and the Stars Hollow annual Revolutionary War reenactment takes on a racy new twist.

5.12 - Come Home ...
Original airdate: February 1, 2005
Rory is bummed when Logan, whom she helped write an article for the Yale Daily, doesn't return the favor by inviting her to be his date at a book signing party thrown by his father. When Richard sees Emily talking to man she dated, he rear-ends her car, forcing her to ride home with him. The Gilmores reconcile and decide to renew their wedding vows.

5.13 - Wedding Bell Blues ...
Original airdate: February 8, 2005
Lorelai and Rory feel obligated to throw Emily a bachelorette party. Rory tells Logan she wants a relationship with him even though he's not ready to commit. Later, when Lorelai, Luke and Christopher discover Rory and Logan together, half-dressed, the shocking scene leads to an angry confrontation between Luke and Christopher.

5.14 - Say Something ...
Original airdate: February 15, 2005 Lorelai is frantic after the disastrous scene at wedding, and begs Luke not to give up on their relationship. Stranded at Yale without her car, Rory is so worried about Lorelai's depressed state that she borrows Logan's limo and driver and heads home to Stars Hollow to care for her mom. Meanwhile, Taylor has the whole town talking sides on the Lorelai/Luke relationship.

5.15 - Jews and Chinese Food ...
Original airdate: February 22, 2005
When Lorelai discovers that Luke's boat is no longer in her garage, the void she feels without Luke seems even more painful. Luke agrees to build sets for the elementary school's production of "Fiddler on the Roof," knowing that Lorelai is the costume designer. Meanwhile, Rory and Marty makes plans to spend a day together.

5.16 - So... Good Talk ...
Original airdate: March 1, 2005
Rory attends the customary Friday night dinner, but an angry Lorelai refuses to see or speak to Emily. Rory surprises everyone with a rare outburst at her grandmother for interfering in Lorelai's love life. Emily pays an unexpected visit to the diner to talk to Luke. Meanwhile, Lane is horrified when she realizes that her mother has more influence over her than she thought.

5.17 - Pulp Friction ...
Original airdate: March 8, 2005
At a party where everyone dresses as a character from a Quentin Tarantino film, Rory shows up with Logan's friend Robert, forcing Logan to admit his jealousy. Now that Lorelai and Luke are happily reunited, Emily can't understand why Lorelai still refuses to show up at Friday night dinner. Emily's second visit to the diner to speak to Luke leads to a bitter mother/daughter confrontation.

5.18 - To Live and Let Diorama ...
Original airdate: April 19, 2005
When Stars Hollow's oldest resident dies and leaves his house to the town, Luke has an ulterior motive for volunteering to help turn the house into a temporary museum. Meanwhile, Lane suspects that Zach is having a fling with music store owner Sophie, while Rory and Paris are both devastated by trouble with their respective boyfriends.

5.19 - But I'm a Gilmore ...
Original airdate: April 26, 2005
Rory is amazed when Logan insists he is ready to commit to her. However, when he brings her home to meet his family, Rory is shocked by his parents' negative reaction to the relationship. The following day, Logan's father apologizes to Rory and offers her an internship at one of his newspapers. Meanwhile, when Sookie is put on bed rest by her doctor, Lorelai calls Luke to fill in as the substitute chef at the Dragonfly Inn.

5.20 - How Many Kropogs to Cape Cod? ...
Original airdate: May 3, 2005
Wanting to make a good impression on Logan's father, Rory learns everything she can about him before starting work as an intern at one of his newspapers. When Lorelai learns that Emily and Richard have invited Logan to Friday night dinner, she ends her boycott of family gatherings in order to get to know Logan better. Meanwhile, Lorelai gets an interesting job offer, and Luke tries to talk Taylor into closing the Stars Hollow museum.

5.21 - Blame Booze and Melville ...
Original airdate: May 10, 2005
Rory is surprised by the performance review she receives from Logan's father at the newspaper. Luke's plan to buy the Twickham house is threatened when Kirk makes a competing bid. Lorelai is thrilled when the travel magazine featuring The Dragonfly Inn hits the stands. Meanwhile, Sookie goes into labor and Emily becomes a personal patron for a ballet dancer.

5.22 - A House Is Not a Home ...
Original airdate: May 17, 2005
Rescuing Rory after a night of reckless behavior with Logan, Lorelai is shocked to hear her daughter's plans for the future. Lorelai first turns to Richard and Emily for help, but soon realizes that Luke is the only person she can trust.

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