Gilmore Girls Season 2 Episode 9: "Run Away, Little Boy" Quotes
Rory: So how'd it go?
Lorelai: You know, we talked about all the things we had in common and then the salad came.
Rory: Not a soul mate?
Lorelai: He's never seen Ab Fab.
Rory: Definitely not a soul mate.
Lorelai: Plus, he's outdoorsy. Remember that Meryl Streep movie where she and her family take a rafting trip and then psycho Kevin Bacon forces them to take 'em down the river?
Lorelai: Okay, that's his dream vacation, minus Kevin Bacon.
Lorelai: Whereas mine is Kevin Bacon, minus the river, so...
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Lorelai: Why are you being so mean to me?
Luke: I'm not being mean.
Lorelai: Yes you are. You're being mean.
Luke: Sookie, am I being mean?
Sookie: Well, I wouldn't pay you to put on a red nose and work a birthday party right now.
Luke: Thank God for that.
Lorelai: Why are you so mad at me?
Luke: I just think it's embarrassing.
Lorelai: What is so embarrassing?
Luke: You running around with that kid.
Lorelai: I wasn't running, he's not a kid. We had dinner. You say Chuck E. Cheese, I'll break your nose.
Luke: Hey, I'm not gonna say anything. You go live your life as you please. I got work to do.
(He walks away leaving a confused Lorelai behind)
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Sookie: Are you sure this is Shakespeare?
Dean: What's with all the grunting?
Lorelai: I wish Luke was here, he could translate for us.
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Lorelai: Say it!
Rory: I've always wanted a little brother.
Lorelai: He looked older the other night!
Rory: How much older could he possibly look?
Lorelai: A lot! He's usually a little scruffy, and then the baseball cap hides the funky hair thing.
Rory: He should've been holding a yo-yo and a lollipop and wearing a beanie with a propeller on it.
Lorelai: He's in his twenties.
Rory: He must have been a very good boy to deserve such a happy day. I bet they let him ride a pony.
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Tristin: (to Dean) Excuse me stockboy, could you tell me where I can find the shortening? Now, that is a fine looking apron. I mean it, I mean, really sensational.
Dean: What are you doing here?
Tristin: Well, to be honest, there's something I wanted to ask you. (holds up two bags of flour) In your professional opinion, which one of these would make my cakes fluffier?
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Paris: (confronting Tristan about the fact that he showed up at the group meeting) What do you think you're doing?
Tristan: Uh, Professor Anderson forgot to include me when she made up the groups, so she told me to pick one.
Paris: Fine, you have four other acts to choose from. Take your pick.
Tristan: Yeah, well Summer's in Act 1, Beth and Jessica are in Act 2, Kate's in Act 3, and uh, Claire, Kathy, and Mary are in Act 4. So, this is the only one free of ex-girlfriends.
Paris: So we're being punished for our good taste?
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(to Rory) You're Juliet. You're the best public speaker here, you've definitely got the waif thing down, and you'll look great dead.Paris
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(on the phone) Aunt Bobby, hi. It's Lorelai, Richard and Emily's girl. Um, I'm the one with. . . yeah, that's right. Wow, you don't hear the word wedlock much anymore. Uh huh, uh huh, really? The Bible said all that, huh? Did it, did it mention me by name? I'm just. . .okay, I'm just kidding. So, um, judging by your Billy Graham impression, I am guessing that you didn't send me an ice cream maker, so maybe you could just give me Aunt Clarissa's phone number?Lorelai
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(about Chilton's Romeo and Juliet) How often do you get to see teenagers speak iambic pentameter and kill themselves?Lorelai
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