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Season 3 Episode 1: “Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days”

Season 3 Episode <a href="https://loansolution.com/payday-loans-ky/">click to read more</a> 1: “Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days”

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  • This is the first and only time we hear the voice of Kirk’s mother, and we never see her.

Didn’t anybody read the title?

  • In Luke’s, Lorelai says that she has a cold and it is quite obvious that she does based on her voice. But in the next scene, when she is at the inn, she sounds like she was never sick at all.

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  • At the beginning of the episode Emily, Rory and Lorelai are in the living room and Lorelai is reading the paper, Emily reprimands her by saying it is very rude to read the paper in front of other people. So why has she never said that to Richard who has read the paper in several different episodes while they were all waiting for dinner to be served?

When Lorelai is behind the front desk at the Inn and she is talking to Sookie, you can hear a phone ring only one time. Lorelai doesn’t answer the phone and Michel isn’t anywhere around.

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  • When Lorelai is telling Rory about Kirk asking her out, Rory’s hair goes from outside her robe to inside and then out again.

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  • At the Friday night dinner where Christopher shows up, you clearly can see that he rides off on his motorcycle. This information continues from “It Should’ve Been Lorelai” when he says that he still has his motorcycle. However, in an earlier episode, “Presenting Lorelai Gilmore” he stated that he had traded it in to get the Volvo Sedan. So, Christopher either lied about having to trade in his motorcycle, or he got a new one.

Didn’t anybody read the title?

  • During the opening Friday night dinner, we see Rory grab her drink. When the shot flashes to Emily, Rory’s drink is still on the side table. The shot switches back to Rory and she is putting the drink away.

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  • When Rory is in her room talking to her mother about Kirk asking Lorelai out on a date, the television alternates between facing towards and facing away from the bed.

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  • When Kirk calls Lorelai and leaves a message, Lorelai’s voicemail message doesn’t play like it usually does in previous episodes.

Back from a summer internship in DC, Rory finds Dean waiting for her – and Jess giving a blonde some serious mouth-to-mouth. Lorelai tells her parents that Christopher’s girlfriend is pregnant.

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  • Title: Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days The title of this episode comes from the Nat King Cole song “Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer” (1963). In this episode, this song is performed over and over again by the band in the square during the first annual Stars Hollow End of Summer Madness Festival.

Connie Chung is a TV personality known for her softball interviews, was once Dan Rather’s co-anchor on the CBS Evening News, and is married to Maury Povich.

Luke is making a reference from Party Monster, a 2003 drama/dark comedy that details the rise and fall of infamous New York party promoter Michael Alig

Leopold and Loeb– Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, two well-educated 19-year-olds from upper-class Chicago families, caused a scandal when they were tried and convicted of the 1924 murder of Bobby Franks.

Lorelai: You’re gone and the house is quiet and Bill Maher’s canceled. The name of the show was Politically Incorrect for God’s sake. He was supposed to say those things, dammit!

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