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Offline Gilmore Gyrlie

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Re: 1.11 - Paris is Burning
« Reply #30 on: March 13, 2009, 12:00:27 pm »
So in the end, Max dumped Lorelai huh? :-\


Paris really needs a hug.


I didn't like what Lorelai said to Sookie, very insensitive on her part. >:(


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Re: 1.11 - Paris is Burning
« Reply #31 on: March 13, 2009, 07:10:57 pm »
"Zero to Jackass in 3.2 seconds" ~ Lorelai was a bit harsh with Sookie in this one but she did appoligise as soon as it came out.  Sookie can push things a little too far sometimes, though. 

I did feel sorry for Paris for a bit but she came around to her bitter mean self again quickly.

This wall that Lorelai puts up between her life with Rory and her life with men is a bit too much.  I understand that she doesn't want Rory to get hurt, but Rory is getting older so I feel Lorellai should relax the rules a bit.  I yelled out NOOOOO when Lorelai and Max started kissing in the classroom knowing that they would get caught.  It was a given.  Lorelai ended up hurting and humiliating Rory anyway. 

I liked Lorelai and Max at the coffee shop at first but was really sad when Max said that they should quit seeing each other and walked away.  I really felt sad for Lorelai.  It was so sweet the way that Rory was there to comfort her. 

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Re: 1.11 - Paris is Burning
« Reply #32 on: March 13, 2009, 07:13:46 pm »
One thing did come form Lorelai's harsh words though.


Sookie finally asked Jackson out.

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Re: 1.11 - Paris is Burning
« Reply #33 on: June 17, 2009, 01:46:37 am »
This is probably one of my favorite episodes from Season 1. It's very funny. I liked how Rory and Paris began to become friends.

I had watched this episode on tv shows online for free. I enjoyed it.
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