From bed to worse. The morning after her blowup with Luke, Lorelai wakes up next to...well, someone else. And complications definitely ensue. Logan leaves Rory a puzzling parting gift.
"What if I don't want to do what I want to do because I want to do it, but because they don't want me to?" Friday dinner and a pop tart get Lorelai wondering what has been motivating her actions for over 20 years.
Togetherness: Lorelai and Christopher start dating. Rory meets some artistic new friends. April moves in with Luke short-term and Emily gets up close and personal with the local constabulary.
A dill wind. A derailed trainload of pickles lends Stars Hollow a certain air. And that's not the only sour situation: Lorelai and Christopher quarrel about his ex's sudden devotion to motherhood.
A perfect autumn weekend finds Lorelai and Christopher attending Parents' Weekend at Yale - with Richard and Emily. Meanwhile, Luke has a date with a vegan. Yeah, that's going to work out.
In Stars Hollow, Rory is clueless about her future. In Paris, Christopher has his and Lorelai's future all mapped out. In panic mode, Lane discovers her future: She's expecting twins.
Christopher knows exactly how Rory will feel when he and Lorelai tell her they're married: happy! They tell her. How does she feel? Not happy. And when April falls ill, Luke calls the one person he can depend on: Lorelai.
Odd man out! Eager to make Christopher part of Stars Hollow community, Lorelai sets him up on a man date with Jackson. After holding his newborn niece, Luke makes a bid decision about April.
Peace on Earth. The Yuletide finds everyone spoiling for a fight: Rory vs. Logan, Rory vs. Lucy, Luke vs. Anna, Luke vs. Christopher, Lorelai vs. Christopher, and Kirk vs. the local middle-school kids.
Big problem: an XXL-sized Lane fears motherhood means the end of personhood. Big secret: Lorelai writes Luke a character reference for his custody case...but doesn't tell Christopher.
This is all a new marriage needs : Christopher finds the reference Lorelai wrote for Luke...and freaks. And what more could an established marriage need? Jackson and Sookie find out.
When one of Michel's beloved chows goes to that great doggy house in the sky, Lorelai organizes a memorial service. Maybe she ought to organize another memorial service, too - for her marriage.
Lorelai finally gets up the nerve to tell Emily that she and Christopher are phfffft. And Logan thought he bought an internet company. Instead his dreams of entrepreneurial glory bought the farm.
Just before Lane's baby shower, Lorelai must mediate a Kim family grudge match. And Logan finally tells Rory that his business has gone belly-up...then takes off for Vegas with his old prankster buddies.
All three Gilmore girls hit the road for North Carolina and Mia's wedding. With Lane due any minute, Zack turns to Luke for advice on being a dad. And - surprise! - Logan may be growing up at last.
Brief encounter: Stars Hollow's centerpiece attraction for the annual Spring Fling brings Lorelai and Luke face to face. And post-grad job hunt has Rory dithering in a most unRory-like manner.
Lorelai needs help shopping for a new car. Enter Luke. Paris decides that having a boyfriend complicates her grad-school decision. Exit Doyle
On karaoke night, a tipsy Lorelai take the stage to sing...and exposes her feelings for Luke. And Logan returns to Stars Hollow with a question for Lorelai.
An exciting job offer for Rory and a beneficent gesture from Luke add up to a big surprise party, where every Stars Hollow friend, neighbor and eccentric exuberantly celebrates the Gilmore girls.