Gilmore Girls: The Complete Series Episodes
Gilmore Girls is a drama centering around the relationship between a thirtysomething single mother and her teen daughter living in Stars Hollow, Connecticut.
Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot
When Rory gets accepted to a fancy prep school, Lorelia is forced to humble herself and ask her mother for help in paying the tuition.
Season 1, Episode 2: The Lorelais' First Day At Chilton
A T-shirt, shorts and cowboy boots clad Lorelai accompanies Rory on her first day at school, drawing disapproving stares from the other mothers and from Lorelai's own mother, Emily. Lorelai and Emily argue over money for Rory.
Season 1, Episode 3: Kill Me Now
When Richard and Rory form an instant bond during a wonderful day of golf, Lorelai feels left out and finds it difficult to observe Rory's emotional connection with Emily and Richard, knowing that she herself lacks the same intimacy.
Season 1, Episode 4: The Deer Hunters
Rory has trouble getting good grades at her new school. Lorelai becomes interested in Rory's handsome teacher.
Season 1, Episode 5: Cinnamon's Wake
Lorelai forgets to tell Rory that she has a date with Rory's teacher Max. Rory has a new crush.
Season 1, Episode 6: Rory's Birthday Parties
Rory gets upset at Emily, who plans a formal birthday party for her but feels that Rory is being ungrateful when Rory reveals that she would not like to have a formal birthday party. However, Lorelai's party for Rory is a success.
Season 1, Episode 7: I Kiss and Tell
Rory decides not to tell her mother that she and Dean have kissed. Lorelai takes the liberty of inviting Dean over, and Rory is embarrassed by her mother's actions.
Season 1, Episode 8: Love and War and Snow
Lorelai shares a wonderful day with Max while Rory is snowed in at her grandparents home. Lane misses Rory and comes to visit.
Season 1, Episode 9: Rory's Dance
Rory turns down two boys' offers to take her to a school dance and instead chooses to go with Dean. Dean gets into conflict with the two jealous boys, who were rejected by Rory. Dean and Rory fall asleep together inside of Miss Patty's dance studio. When they wake up, Rory rushes home, only to hear her mother and grandmother in a passionate argument about Rory ending up like her mother.
Season 1, Episode 10: Forgiveness and Stuff
Richard collapses at the Gilmores' Christmas party. Dean assures Lorelai that nothing improper happened on the night he and Rory fell asleep together. Lorelai and Luke seem to be more attracted to each other.
Season 1, Episode 11: Paris Is Burning
Paris exposes the relationship between Lorelai and Rory's teacher, Max, causing a scandal. Lorelai and Max sadly part. Rory furiously confronts Paris, who admits that she wanted to deflect attention away from her parents' embarrassing, high-profile divorce. Sympathetic, Rory befriends Paris.
Season 1, Episode 12: Double Date
Lorelai finds herself on a hellish double date with Sookie, Jackson and Jackson's very odd cousin. Meanwhile Rory double dates with Dean, Lane and Dean's friend. They keep their plans secret because Lane's protective mother would not approve.
Season 1, Episode 13: Concert Interruptus
Trouble occurs when Rory brings her friends to a concert by The Bangles.
Season 1, Episode 14: That Damn Donna Reed
Rory and Dean disagree about women's roles after watching "The Donna Reed Show."
Season 1, Episode 15: Christopher Returns
Rory's father, Christopher, returns, causing tension in Emily and Richard's house--and forcing Lorelai to make a big decision about her family's future.
Season 1, Episode 16: Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers
Dean and Rory share a special evening as the town celebrates its romantic history.
Season 1, Episode 17: The Breakup, Pt. 2
Dean ends his and Rory's relationship on the night of their third anniversary. Refusing to indulge in self-pity, Rory attends a party and finds her classmate Tristin, who just lost his girlfriend. When Tristin kisses Rory, she finally admits to herself how confused and miserable she is. Meanwhile, Lorelai visits Max, and the two can't resist making love.
Season 1, Episode 18: The Third Lorelai
Emily becomes worried when Lorelai's grandmother offers Lorelai a trust fund for Rory's education. If Lorelai acceptsthe trust fund, Emily fears she will lose contact with Lorelai and Rory once they are not financially dependent on her. Meanwhile, Rory feels uncomfortable near Tristin after their kiss. She tries to pair Tristin with Paris, not realizing that she herself is the one whom Tristin is interested in.
Season 1, Episode 19: Emily in Wonderland
Aghast to finally see the conditions in which Lorelai reared Rory instead of living with Richard and her, Emily tries to create the perfect bedroom for Rory in her house. Lorelai convinces Luke to give his former girlfriend a chance to reconcile with him.
Season 1, Episode 20: P.S. I Lo...
Still upset over Dean, Rory becomes angry with Lorelai, who didn't tell her that she is dating Max again. Dean tells Lorelai that he left Rory because she couldn't say "I love you," and Lorelai urges Rory to express her emotions more freely.
Season 1, Episode 21: Love, Daisies and Troubadours
Rory finally tells Dean that she loves him. Rachel senses that Lorelai and Luke are attracted and leaves town rather than pursue Luke anymore. Max also senses the attraction, which Lorelai denies. When Max proposes marriage to Lorelai, she is caught off guard and rebuffs him saying he should have done it the "right" way with 1,000 daisies and a white horse. The next day, Lorelai arrives at the inn to find it full of daisies. Again, Max proposes marriage, and Lorelai considers her response...
Season 2, Episode 1: Sadie, Sadie
Lorelai accepts Max Medina's (recurring guest star SCOTT COHEN) marriage proposal, but when Emily hears about the upcoming wedding from Sookie, the elder woman is hurt and angry that Lorelai didn't bother to tell her. Soon, the whole town is busy making wedding arrangements, but her mother's attitude dampens the bridal bliss for Lorelai. Meanwhile, Rory brings Dean to dinner at her grandparents' house, and Richard's obvious disapproval of Dean leads to the first fight between Rory and her grandfather. "Sadie, Sadie..." is the first part of a two-hour episode that concludes with "Hammers and Veils".
Season 2, Episode 2: Hammers and Veils
Lorelai accepts Max Medina's (recurring guest star SCOTT COHEN) marriage proposal, but when Emily hears about the upcoming wedding from Sookie, the elder woman is hurt and angry that Lorelai didn't bother to tell her. Soon, the whole town is busy making wedding arrangements, but her mother's attitude dampens the bridal bliss for Lorelai. Meanwhile, Rory brings Dean to dinner at her grandparents' house, and Richard's obvious disapproval of Dean leads to the first fight between Rory and her grandfather. "Hammers and Veils" is the second part of a two-hour episode that begins with "Sadie, Sadie..."
Season 2, Episode 3: Red Light On the Wedding Night
During a wild bachelorette party hosted by Sookie, Lorelai makes an impulsive telephone call to Rory's father, Christopher (recurring guest star DAVID SUTCLIFFE), and sadly realizes that Max is not the man for her. SALLY STRUTHERS ("All in the Family") guest stars.
Season 2, Episode 4: The Road Trip to Harvard
With the wedding canceled, Lorelai is eager to escape the sympathies of everyone in Stars Hollow, so she and Rory take off on a road trip that ultimately leads to Harvard University. While Rory confronts her dreams of college life, Lorelai ponders what might have been.
Season 2, Episode 5: Nick & Nora / Sid & Nancy
Lorelai's well-intentioned advice doesn't dissuade Luke from reluctantly agreeing to care for his wild 17-year-old nephew Jess (new series star MILO VENTIMIGLIA). Rory finds herself attracted to Jess, the town's newest resident.
Season 2, Episode 6: Presenting Lorelai Gilmore
Emily requests that Rory partake in a debutante ball. To everyone's surprise, Rory agrees. After asking Rory's father, Christopher (recurring guest star DAVID SUTCLIFFE), to present Rory to society, Lorelai finds herself attracted to the new, more responsible man he has become.
Season 2, Episode 7: Like Mother, Like Daughter
Rory is told by her guidance counselor that she is perceived as a loner, and her subsequent, reluctant efforts to socialize put her in the most popular clique at Chilton. Meanwhile, the chancellor of Chilton recommends that Lorelai participate more in school activities, so she volunteers the Inn as a venue for a Chilton fund-raising fashion show. She is later horrified to find herself modeling matching outfits with her mother, Emily.
Season 2, Episode 8: The Ins and Outs of Inns
Lorelai and Sookie have the first fight of their long friendship when, upon hearing that the Independence Inn may be sold, Lorelai panics and decides that their shared dream of opening an inn together is doomed to fail.
Season 2, Episode 9: Run Away, Little Boy
When Rory and her classmate Tristan (recurring guest star CHAD MICHAEL MURRAY) are cast as Romeo and Juliet in a school play, a jealous Dean insists on attending every rehearsal, forcing Rory to beg Tristan not to tell Dean about the time she and Tristan kissed. Meanwhile, Lorelai has to endure Luke's teasing after she dates a much younger guy.
Season 2, Episode 10: The Bracebridge Dinner
While Rory struggles to keep the budding rivalry between Dean and Jess under control, Lorelai invites most of the citizens of Stars Hollow to an elaborate feast, complete with Elizabethan costumes and horse-drawn sleigh rides. During the event, Richard stuns Emily by revealing that he has retired.
Season 2, Episode 11: Secrets and Loans
Lorelai is concerned because she can't afford to repair her home's extensive termite damage. She becomes angry when Rory tells Emily about the problem, and Emily again offers Lorelai a loan. Meanwhile, Rory is confused when Lane joins the cheerleading squad, despite having always mocked it.
Season 2, Episode 12: Richard in Stars Hollow
Newly retired Richard is making Emily crazy, so Lorelai agrees to take her father for a day in Stars Hollow, where he proceeds to annoy both Lorelai and Rory. Richard criticizes every aspect of their lives and refuses to let Rory accept a car that Dean built for her.
Season 2, Episode 13: A-Tisket, A-Tasket
The annual Stars Hollow Picnic Basket Auction causes romantic complications when Jess outbids Dean to win a picnic lunch date with Rory. A fight ensues between Rory and Dean, and she has an even bigger argument with Lorelai over Rory's socializing with Jess.
Season 2, Episode 14: It Should've Been Lorelai
Lorelai and Rory are stunned when Rory's father, Christopher (recurring guest star DAVID SUTCLIFFE), brings his new girlfriend, Sherry (MADCHEN AMICK - "Twin Peaks"), to Stars Hollow. Sherry makes it obvious that she wants to build a meaningful relationship with Rory. Meanwhile, when Emily learns about Sherry, she becomes furious with Lorelai for failing to win Christopher back.
Season 2, Episode 15: Lost and Found
Rory panics when she realizes that she has lost the bracelet that Dean made for her. When the suspicious Lorelai witnesses Jess in Rory's room, she accuses him of stealing. Meanwhile, exasperated with sharing his cramped apartment over the diner with Jess, Luke impulsively buys the entire building in order to expand.
Season 2, Episode 16: There's the Rub
Lorelai and Emily are at a health spa for the weekend, but they sneak out for some unauthorized food at a local restaurant. There, Emily dances with a distinguished stranger, Chad (HAL LINDEN - "Barney Miller"), and blames Lorelai for her feelings of guilt. At home, Rory looks forward to a rare evening alone, but problems occur when Paris, Jess and Dean all come to the house unexpectedly.
Season 2, Episode 17: Dead Uncles and Vegetables
Luke is overwhelmed by the funeral arrangements he must make for his deceased Uncle Louie, who was Stars Hollow's most disliked citizen, so Lorelai and Rory work at Luke's diner--without much help from Jess. Meanwhile, Emily's extravagant suggestions for Sookie's upcoming wedding to Jackson (recurring guest star JACKSON DOUGLAS) make everyone crazy.
Season 2, Episode 18: Back in the Saddle Again
When Chilton hosts its annual business fair, Rory must create and market a first-aid kit for teenagers, so she asks her newly retired grandfather, Richard, for advice. He is so thrilled to work on a business project that he decides to start a second career. Meanwhile, Lorelai causes problems for Michel when his flamboyant mother, Giselle (JANET HUBERT), visits town. And Dean feels miserable when he suspects that Rory is no longer romantically interested in him.
Season 2, Episode 19: Teach Me Tonight
Luke asks Rory for help after he learns that Jess is failing several high school classes. However, during their first study session, Jess convinces Rory to let him drive her car, and he crashes it, breaking Rory's wrist. Lorelai becomes furious at Luke for putting Rory in danger by encouraging Jess to study with her, prompting Luke to put Jess on a bus to New York.
Season 2, Episode 20: Help Wanted
Lorelai volunteers her organizational skills to help Richard establish a consulting business. As Rory gradually realizes that everyone in Stars Hollow blames Jess for the accident that led to her broken wrist, her anger and guilt finally lead to an outburst directed at Emily. Meanwhile, Lane discovers a new desire to become a rock drummer when a former New Yorker named Sophie (singer/songwriter CAROLE KING) opens the town's first music store.
Season 2, Episode 21: Lorelai's Graduation Day
As Lorelai frantically prepares for her final examinations in business school, Rory secretly invites townspeople--including Richard and Emily--to Lorelai's graduation ceremony. Christopher gives Lorelai a special gift, and Sookie bakes a cake. Meanwhile, without telling anyone, Rory travels to New York, where Jess has been living since Luke sent him away. Everyone happily gathers for Lorelai's proud moment, but Rory is not there! Her bus is delayed by an accident, and she misses the graduation ceremony. Lorelai is upset until she realizes that Rory truly loves Jess. Rory doesn't believe that she could love anyone but Dean, but she is happy to celebrate Lorelai's graduation with her a little late.
Season 2, Episode 22: I Can't Get Started
On the eve of Sookie's wedding, Lorelai and Christopher (recurring guest star DAVID SUTCLIFFE) share an intimate night together. However, their discussion of perhaps resuming their relationship ends when Christopher gets an unexpected message from his former girlfriend. Meanwhile, Rory is so happy to see Jess when he returns to Stars Hollow that she surprises him--and herself--by greeting him with a passionate kiss.
Season 3, Episode 1: Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days
After returning from a summer internship in Washington, D.C., where she mingled with members of the U.S. Congress, including Senator Barbara Boxer (HERSELF), preparatory school student Rory Gilmore (series star ALEXIS BLEDEL) faces a dilemma with her classmates Dean (series star JARED PADALECKI) and Jess Mariano (series star MILO VENTIMIGLIA). Lorelai Gilmore (series star LAUREN GRAHAM), the manager of the quaint and historic Independence Inn, is overjoyed to have her daughter home, but upon learning that the girlfriend of Rory's father is having a baby, Lorelai questions her own future. MELISSA McCARTHY stars as Sookie St. James, a clumsy culinary genius and Lorelai's best friend. KEIKO AGENA stars as Lane Kim, Rory's pal. YANIC TRUESDALE stars as Michel Gerard, the inn's haughty concierge. SCOTT PATTERSON stars as Luke Danes, the rugged owner of the local diner who never fails to charm Lorelai with his smile and great coffee.
Season 3, Episode 2: Haunted Leg
Ignoring Lorelai's pleas to stay out of her love life, Emily tries to reunite Rory's father, Christopher (recurring guest star David Sutcliffe), with Lorelai and Rory. This results in an ugly confrontation between Rory and Christopher. Meanwhile, Lorelai rebuffs the romantic advances of the town geek, Kirk, and Rory learns that Jess is angry that she neglected him during the summer.
Season 3, Episode 3: Application Anxiety
When an application to attend Harvard University arrives, Rory and Lorelai arrange a dinner at an alumnus' house to get advice. Meanwhile, Lane becomes enamored with a boy who answers her advertisement for rock band members. And local resident Taylor Doose (recurring guest star MICHAEL WINTERS) convinces Luke to open an old-fashioned soda fountain next to the diner.
Season 3, Episode 4: One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes
The Stars Hollow Parent Teacher Association invites Lorelai and Luke to speak at the high school's career day, but when the students bombard Lorelai with questions about her teenage pregnancy, the PTA moms turn ugly. After discovering that her mother, Mrs. Kim (recurring guest star EMILY KURODA), wants her to go to a conservative religious college, Lane asserts her independence by dying her hair purple--with Rory's help.
Season 3, Episode 5: Eight O'Clock At the Oasis
Lorelai pursues an attractive man, Peyton Sanders (JON HAMM), whom she met at an auction organized by her mother, Emily. However, when the first date is a disaster, Lorelai tries to cancel the second date, and Emily and Richard insist that she is damaging their social standing. Meanwhile, Rory enlists Jess' help when she can't turn off a neighbor's sprinkler system.
Season 3, Episode 6: Take the Deviled Eggs...
When Rory is invited to a celebration for her father's pregnant girlfriend, Sherry (recurring guest star MÄDCHEN AMICK), Lorelai is forced to attend as well, and she inadvertently learns more about Christopher's life than she wanted to know. Meanwhile, after Luke interrogates Jess about where he got the money to buy a used car, he discovers that Jess has a surprising second job.
Season 3, Episode 7: They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They?
Determined to win the annual Stars Hollow 24-hour dance marathon, Lorelai forces Rory to be her partner. While everyone in town dances around them, Rory and Jess can't stop arguing, a fact that Dean definitely notices.
|Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot||44:14|
|Season 1, Episode 2: The Lorelais' First Day At Chilton||43:19|
|Season 1, Episode 3: Kill Me Now||42:54|
|Season 1, Episode 4: The Deer Hunters||43:54|
|Season 1, Episode 5: Cinnamon's Wake||42:05|
|Season 1, Episode 6: Rory's Birthday Parties||44:35|
|Season 1, Episode 7: I Kiss and Tell||44:34|
|Season 1, Episode 8: Love and War and Snow||44:37|
|Season 1, Episode 9: Rory's Dance||44:32|
|Season 1, Episode 10: Forgiveness and Stuff||42:33|
|Season 1, Episode 11: Paris Is Burning||44:26|
|Season 1, Episode 12: Double Date||42:05|
|Season 1, Episode 13: Concert Interruptus||39:54|
|Season 1, Episode 14: That Damn Donna Reed||44:36|
|Season 1, Episode 15: Christopher Returns||43:08|
|Season 1, Episode 16: Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers||44:34|
|Season 1, Episode 17: The Breakup, Pt. 2||44:34|
|Season 1, Episode 18: The Third Lorelai||44:30|
|Season 1, Episode 19: Emily in Wonderland||42:20|
|Season 1, Episode 20: P.S. I Lo...||44:07|
|Season 1, Episode 21: Love, Daisies and Troubadours||43:59|
|Season 2, Episode 1: Sadie, Sadie||41:43|
|Season 2, Episode 2: Hammers and Veils||44:30|
|Season 2, Episode 3: Red Light On the Wedding Night||43:33|
|Season 2, Episode 4: The Road Trip to Harvard||43:26|
|Season 2, Episode 5: Nick & Nora / Sid & Nancy||44:35|
|Season 2, Episode 6: Presenting Lorelai Gilmore||44:32|
|Season 2, Episode 7: Like Mother, Like Daughter||44:32|
|Season 2, Episode 8: The Ins and Outs of Inns||44:34|
|Season 2, Episode 9: Run Away, Little Boy||44:03|
|Season 2, Episode 10: The Bracebridge Dinner||44:33|
|Season 2, Episode 11: Secrets and Loans||43:32|
|Season 2, Episode 12: Richard in Stars Hollow||44:35|
|Season 2, Episode 13: A-Tisket, A-Tasket||43:07|
|Season 2, Episode 14: It Should've Been Lorelai||42:07|
|Season 2, Episode 15: Lost and Found||42:09|
|Season 2, Episode 16: There's the Rub||44:43|
|Season 2, Episode 17: Dead Uncles and Vegetables||44:22|
|Season 2, Episode 18: Back in the Saddle Again||44:05|
|Season 2, Episode 19: Teach Me Tonight||44:30|
|Season 2, Episode 20: Help Wanted||43:24|
|Season 2, Episode 21: Lorelai's Graduation Day||42:52|
|Season 2, Episode 22: I Can't Get Started||45:01|
|Season 3, Episode 1: Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days||44:24|
|Season 3, Episode 2: Haunted Leg||43:30|
|Season 3, Episode 3: Application Anxiety||44:00|
|Season 3, Episode 4: One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes||41:31|
|Season 3, Episode 5: Eight O'Clock At the Oasis||43:22|
|Season 3, Episode 6: Take the Deviled Eggs...||41:31|
|Season 3, Episode 7: They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They?||43:39|