There are 339 books referenced throughout the seven seasons of the cult classic Gilmore Girls. We meet once a month over coffee (obviously) to discuss one with a group of like-minded lovers of literature and/or Gilmore Girls fans.
Last week didn't turn out to be good for anyone, so I'm rescheduling this meeting WITH THE SUPER FUN BONUS of another companion book from episode 5, A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf which Rory is seen reading on the bus (really a long essay at 112 pages).
Lorelai: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ - written?
Lorelai: Ooh 1623 - close
Rory: How is 1623 close?
Lorelai: You got the ‘16’ part right.
Rory: I was off by 75 years
Lorelai: Well anything under 100 years is close.
Rory: What kind of rule is that?
Lorelai finds Babette in the kitchen cleaning out a cabinet full of pill bottles.
Lorelai: Hey, Babette.
Babette: Oh, hello, sugar. Can I get you something?
Lorelai: No, I'm fine. I'm looking for Rory.
Babette: Oh, I think she might be in the bathroom.
Lorelai: Thanks. (starts to leave then stops) Can I help you with something?
Babette: Oh, no. I thought I'd just get some of this stuff packed away.
Lorelai: It's like a scene from a kitty version of 'Valley of the Dolls.'