My friend and I are trying to figure out a Michel quote, but have no idea what episode its from.
Here's what I remember.
Michel says "I have a life and plenty of friends. And I defy you to find anyone with a larger collection of...[???]"
Or something like that.
I THINK it might be around this exchange:
Lorelai: Poor Michel!
Michel: No! Do not ''Poor Michel'' me! No!
But I can't find what episode that's from either. I've googled and checked crazy internet people.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
[at the bar]: Two Manhattans, extra cherries.Kirk
: Excuse me, Rory?Rory
: Yeah, Kirk?Kirk
: I have to ask you something. Do you think he's yummy enough?Rory
: The bartender?Kirk
: Yes. See, I put this company together for the sole purpose of bringing truly yummy bartenders to the lonely women of Stars Hollow. But they really have to be yummy. I'm talking mouthwatering, tasty morsels of manhood. Which, by the way, was the original name of the business but it was already taken by a firm in Woodbridge.Rory
: Yeah. Now, when I first met Troy, I thought he was the epitome of yumminess, you know? But now I see him in the moonlight, I'm not so sure.Rory
: Oh, I wouldn't worry about it, Kirk. I think Troy's plenty yummy.Kirk
: You do?Rory
: Yeah, I really do. Can I go now?Kirk
: Yes. Thank you. Enjoy your evening.
: Three of the girls in my D.A.R. Group had it done already. I'm actually very excited about it. I got Dr. Morris...Richard
: The Lasik man.Emily
: ...From Dr. Sugarman, who's my ear, nose, and throat man. And he said Dr. Morris is brilliant and very, very handsome.Richard
: You never told me this.Emily
: He just threw it in at the end of the visit.Richard
: [flustered] I think that's incredibly unprofessional.Emily
: Oh, Richard, he just was saying the man is handsome.Richard
: Yes, as if it's a selling point.Lorelai
: It can be.Richard
: Hardly. Everyone knows ugly men make the best doctors.Emily
: That's absurd.Richard
: It's a fact.Emily
: Marcus Welby was handsome and George Clooney.Lorelai
: Fake doctors, mom.Emily
: I'm sure they were modeled after real doctors.Richard
: I don't want to talk about this anymore.Lorelai
: He's jealous of Dr. Handsome.Richard
: I'm not jealous of Dr. Handsome!Emily
: I should go shopping for something new to wear.Richard
: You are not going shopping to get something new to wear to Dr. Handsome!
: It’s like a canoe.Lorelai
: What’s like a canoe?Emily
: You're just paddling along in a canoe.Lorelai
: Mother, have you ever been in a canoe?Emily
: Well I just can't picture you in a canoe.Emily
: Your father and I have been paddling a canoe together for years. Only now, he’s dropped the paddle.Lorelai
: He just dropped it. Not only that, but now the canoe is going in circles.Lorelai
: Without your father there, I'm paddling on my side and the canoe is spinning in circles, and the harder I paddle, the faster it spins, and it’s hard work, and I'm getting tired.Lorelai
: Dizzy, I would think.Emily
: You are in a kayak. You know how to do all of this.Lorelai
: How does that put me in a kayak?Emily
: Kayaks have paddles with things on both ends. You steer it by yourself.Lorelai
: Mom, you know how to do things by yourself. You are totally capable.Emily
: Sure, I went to Smith, and I was a history major, but I never had any plans to be an historian. I was always going to be a wife. I mean, the way I saw it, a woman’s job was to run a home, organize the social life of a family, and bolster her husband while he earned a living. It was a good system, and it was working very well all these years. Only when your husband isn't there because he’s watching television in a dressing gown, you realize how dependent you are. I didn't even know I owned windmills.Lorelai
: Mom, now you know, and you know how to right-click.Emily
: But you. You provide for yourself. You're not dependent on anyone.Lorelai
: You're independent.Lorelai
: I am kayak, hear me roar.Emily
: I mean, look at you. For all these years, you've done very well without a husband.Lorelai
: Maybe so, but I still wanted it to work out.Emily
: You know, the way I was raised, if a married couple split up, it was a disaster, because it meant the system had fallen apart, and it was particularly bad for the woman because she had to go out and find herself another rich husband, only she was older now. But with you, it’s not such a disaster, is it?Lorelai
: I guess not.Emily
: I mean It’s really not such a horrible thing that you're going to get a divorce, not really. Oh, you're gonna be fine.
[Lorelai flinches a little as Emily rubs her shoulder]Lorelai
: [very quiet] Thanks, mom.Emily
: You may even marry someone else someday. Who knows?Lorelai
: [Snorts] Who knows? [Sighs]( Some modly news/a request :)Collapse )
MISS PATTY: Oh, listen, I want to invite you to my anniversary party!
LORELAI: Absolutely! Which husband?
MISS PATTY: Oh, no husband, honey, I'm talking about a lover that's been far more loyal and seductive than a husband. I'm talking about that business we call show!
MISS PATTY: Forty years!
MISS PATTY: Forty years ago today, I did my first play, off Broadway.
LORELAI: Off Broadway?
MISS PATTY: Cleveland.
LORELAI: That is off Broadway.( Damn it Gilmore, give 'em back their balls!Collapse )
COLIN: Gilmore, your grandfather has apalling taste in Scotch.
RORY: I think you should go on inside and tell him!
COLIN: If he hasn't learned by now I certainly can't teach him.
LOGAN: Colin, make sure you refill that bottle with something, we don't want Ace over here to get busted.
COLIN: I know. I know.
LOGAN [To Rory]: Refill?
RORY: Sure, why not?
FINN: Because drinking is bad. It's very, very bad and we're bad for doing it. Spank me.
RORY: I think the hangover tomorrow will be punishment enough.
FINN: She hasn't had enough champagne, Logan. [He leaves.]
LOGAN: Hey, listen, I forgot to tell you, I read the article.
RORY: You did?
LOGAN: Yep, not bad.
RORY: Thank you.
LOGAN: Caught the spirit of the thing, I'll give you that.
LOGAN: No, no buts. You've got a good style. There were a few too many similes in it for my taste, but it definitely had a Joseph Mitchell thing going for it, I like that.
RORY: I'm surprised you even bothered to read it.
LOGAN: Are you? Hmm.( Plus Liz + TJ hilarityCollapse )
Love the new look of the comm! Source
5-17: Pulp FrictionLorelai
: So, uh, what are you doing tonight?Rory
: What? Are you driving? Sounds like you're driving.Rory
: I am driving.Lorelai
: You are? Where are you going?Rory
: You know where I'm going, Mom.Lorelai
: Puppy world?Rory
: You're so immature. You're going to make me say it?Lorelai
: Say what?Rory
[sighs]: I am on my way to Friday night dinner.Lorelai
: Ah-ha-ha! That's right. You're on the road to Hellville.Rory
: Do not gloat.Lorelai
: I'm not gloating. I'm gloating with hand gestures.Rory
: And a little soft shoe.Rory
: Got to go.Lorelai
: Listen, enjoy your glazed woodcock with a side of truffled goose head.Rory
: Oh, what a shame, I'm here.Lorelai
: You are not.Rory
: See you tomorrow.Lorelai
: Oh, Rory, wait. I'm gloating with jazz hands.Rory
: Bye, Mom. [She hangs up.]5-18: Live and Let DioramaMiss Patty
: Please enjoy the museum, and come back for some punch. [Rory,
Lorelai and Paris are next in line.] Good morning, ladies!Lorelai
: Hi, Patty.Rory
: Hi, Patty.Miss Patty
[to Paris]: Oh, I remember you! You poor thing.Paris
: [cocks head, confused] Thanks.
Ahahhha The way Paris reacts when Miss Patty greets her just cracked me up
: Shaken, not stirred, please, Jeeves.Richard
: His name is Robert.Lorelai
: I thought every butler's name was Jeeves.Richard
: He's not a butler. He's a valet.Lorelai
: So he parks your car?Richard
: No, he does not park my car. He does exactly what you see him doing.Lorelai
: So he is a bartender.Richard
: He attends to my needs.Lorelai
: So he's a geisha.Richard
: You'll be quieter once you have a drink, I assume.Robert
: You wanted me to remind you that you were going to bring out the Hungarian cheese, sir.Richard
: Yes I did. I'll be right back. [he stands and exits]Rory
: Do you think he's happy?Lorelai
: I do. I think he's very happy out here with his books and his special friend, Robert.Rory
: Don't be gross.Lorelai
: What? I'm just saying two grown men out here alone with Hungarian cheese and swim trunks...Rory
: Oh, jeez.Lorelai
: Don't be so puritanical. After all, Heather has two mommies.
I only get to watch it on Sundays on Soapnet, I miss this show so much.( Quotes from the two episodes on Soapnet todayCollapse )
: Please change the subject, I beg of you, anyone.Richard
: Well the girls don't know the big news about Jason and me.Lorelai
: You're pregnant?Richard
: We're acquiring another company.Lorelai
: I was close.Rory
: Already? You just started yours.Richard
: The insurance business is changing so rapidly, you have to adapt to keep up.Rory
: It's a dog-eat-dog world, Grandpa.Richard
: Don't get the wrong idea. It's not a big company. It's smaller than ours, but very powerful.Lorelai
: Wait, the company is smaller than yours? Your company is two guys -- you and Jason.Richard
: This company is a one-man operation -- Bob Sutton.Lorelai
: So, you're acquiring Bob?Richard
: We're acquiring his company, and his company is him.Lorelai
: Did he have to give himself two weeks' notice? [Rory snickers.]Richard
: Is there gonna be a sad little going-away party where he brings in his own cake and blows out his candles?Richard
: We are all celebrating with a dinner tomorrow -- us and the wives.