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gilmore4587:
Here's the place to put all your favorite Gilmore quotes.  Here are a few of mine:

Lane: The very concept of childbirth is vaguely disturbing.
Rory: Yeah. Kids are cool and all, but getting there seems like a big cosmic joke.
Lane: Definitely thought up by a man.
Rory: My mom said that when she told me where babies come from.
Lane: My mom still hasn't told me.
Rory: Really?
Lane: When my cousin got pregnant, she said it's because an angel brushed its wings against her face.
Rory: I could fill you in on the details sometime if you want.
Lane: No thanks, I've picked it up off the streets.

Lorelai: I love my little circus freak

Louise: It's just a contest, Paris. It's not like you get a car or a lifetime supply of Rice a Roni.
Madline: God, I love that stuff.

Rory: Mom?
Lorelai: Oh.
Rory: You're happy.
Lorelai: Yeah.
Rory: Did you do something slutty?
Lorelai: I'm not that happy.

Jackson: I think we should get married.
Sookie: But - uh, but...
Jackson: Soon.
Sookie: Are you pregnant?

Luke: You go make her stop.
Lorelai: I'm not going over there.
Luke: Why not? You're a woman.
Lorelai: So what?
Luke: So you have the same parts.
Lorelai: What?
Luke: You shouldn't be scared of it.
Lorelai: Scared of it? You know, you're gonna be a bachelor for a really long time.

Luke: Red meat kills, enjoy.

Rory: Oh, look, babies.
Lorelai: I never wanna hear that come out of your mouth again.

gilmore_girl07:

--- Quote from: gilmore4587 on May 13, 2006, 06:21:01 pm ---Here's the place to put all your favorite Gilmore quotes.  Here are a few of mine:

Lane: The very concept of childbirth is vaguely disturbing.
Rory: Yeah. Kids are cool and all, but getting there seems like a big cosmic joke.
Lane: Definitely thought up by a man.
Rory: My mom said that when she told me where babies come from.
Lane: My mom still hasn't told me.
Rory: Really?
Lane: When my cousin got pregnant, she said it's because an angel brushed its wings against her face.
Rory: I could fill you in on the details sometime if you want.
Lane: No thanks, I've picked it up off the streets.

Lorelai: I love my little circus freak

Louise: It's just a contest, Paris. It's not like you get a car or a lifetime supply of Rice a Roni.
Madline: God, I love that stuff.

Rory: Mom?
Lorelai: Oh.
Rory: You're happy.
Lorelai: Yeah.
Rory: Did you do something slutty?
Lorelai: I'm not that happy.

Jackson: I think we should get married.
Sookie: But - uh, but...
Jackson: Soon.
Sookie: Are you pregnant?

Luke: You go make her stop.
Lorelai: I'm not going over there.
Luke: Why not? You're a woman.
Lorelai: So what?
Luke: So you have the same parts.
Lorelai: What?
Luke: You shouldn't be scared of it.
Lorelai: Scared of it? You know, you're gonna be a bachelor for a really long time.

Luke: Red meat kills, enjoy.

Rory: Oh, look, babies.
Lorelai: I never wanna hear that come out of your mouth again.

--- End quote ---

"What's so exciting about a test?"
"Do you play golf?"
"Yes I do."
"You explain yours, I'll explain mine"

"Don't eat the urine mints"

Kelly: An education is the most important thing in the world>next to family
Lorelai: And Pie!

"oy with the poodles!"

"Copper Boom!"

Kukalaka:
Since the other thread mysteriously disappeared, here's a new one for your favorite Gilmore Girls quotes.

I know some of you are quite enthusiastic with some quotes (like 'Oy with the poodles already'), but I'd appreciate it if you take a look at the other posts to make sure the one you want to post isn't there already. So the thread never will get boring.  :)

For the start, the first dialogue from the first epi.  :D

Lorelai: Please, Luke. Please, please, please.
Luke: How many cups have you had this morning?
Lorelai: None.
Luke: Plus...
Lorelai: Five, but yours is better.
Luke: You have a problem.

And here's another one...  :D

Sookie:  Hi, honey, what's the matter?
Lorelai:  They're snowed in.
Sookie:  Who's snowed in?
Lorelai:  The Bracebridge group. They're stuck in Chicago. The dinner's off.
Sookie:  No.
Lorelai:  Yes.
Sookie:  I'm gonna cry.
Lorelai:  I offered to fund the instant invention of a molecular transport device but they just didn't go for it.
Sookie:  Oh, that makes me so mad. And so sad. I'm smad!

sternen-nest:
Yay, all fresh thread (not that I didn´t like the other one). 
But I can actually be the first one to post some quotes here, so many to pick, which to choose...

I just love this Lorelai&Jess - moment:
LORELAI: What, did you break into our house, you got all dressed in black and pulled a Mission: Impossible?
JESS: Actually, I came down the chimney and pulled a Santa Claus.
LORELAI: Very funny.
JESS: Thought a ridiculous accusation deserved a ridiculous response.

And another all time favorite: ;D
EMILY: I think it's time for me to date.
LORELAI: [chokes on her drink] Oh, my God!
EMILY: I want to go on a date.
LORELAI: With... a man?
EMILY: No, a weasel. Of course with a man!
LORELAI: [tries to cover her ear with a free hand] I'm not hearing this.
EMILY: Why shouldn't I date? I'm still a viable commodity.
LORELAI: I need a paper towel and a valium, please.
EMILY: There are plenty of men at the club who, in the past, have made their interests in me known. I just need to figure out how to reciprocate their feelings. You have a lot of experience with men. How do you let them know that you're available?
LORELAI: Well, one of those bench ads usually does the trick.
EMILY: Lorelai, stop it. I need help here. It's been years since I did this, and I don't remember the proper procedure. Now, take me through this step by step. You see a man, you walk up to him, and you say...
LORELAI: Hello.
EMILY: Is that too forward?
LORELAI: No, it's the appropriate way to indicate you're open to a social engagement. Unless, however, you are approaching a weasel. Then I believe the proper signal is just to offer him your hindquarters.

Marian...:
LORELAI: Hey, I should bring steak sauce, right?
RORY: For what?
LORELAI: Pizza.
RORY: I just got back from Italy.
LORELAI: So?
RORY: So they'd shoot you in Italy for that.
LORELAI: But this is America, where we unapologetically bastardize other countries' cultures in a gross quest for moral and military supremacy.
RORY: I forgot. Bring on the imperialistic condiments.

RORY: What are our options in place of "Cool Hand," Kirk?
KIRK: I can offer you anything from the theater's library of films.
LORELAI: What have you got?
KIRK: A series of graphically violent driver's education films or "The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking."
RORY: Pippi!
LORELAI: Yay! Pippi! "Annika, it's Pippi!"
KIRK: "Pippi Longstocking" it is. Enjoy your film. [he exits]
LORLEAI: How long has it been since we've seen "Pippi Longstocking?"
RORY: Too long.
LORELAI: That's gotta be one of our most watched films ever.
RORY: Oh, it's up there.
DEAN: I've seen it at least three times with you two.
LUKE: [absently munches on another French fry] Isn't it some kind of kids movie?
[Lorelai's head snaps to look at Luke]
LORELAI: Wait a minute. Have you never seen this movie?
LUKE: Never.
LORELAI: [gravely looks at Rory] We got us a "Pippi" virgin.
RORY: [solemnly] I didn't think there were any left.

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