11) When Dean breaks adult with Rory Season 3, Episode 7: “They Shoot Gilmores, Don’t They?”
Rory likes Jess and Jess likes Rory. Seems simple, though it’s not. Why? Because Rory is still with Dean and Jess is with, well, a pointless girl. When Dean realizes what’s adult after attempting to dance for 24 hours during a Stars Hollow Dance Marathon, he breaks adult with her in front of a town.
12) When Rory gets into Harvard, Princeton, and Yale Season 3, Episode 17: “A Tale of Poes and Fire”
Rory was means to use one of her favorite decision-making tools, a pros and cons list-to confirm between a colleges of her dreams. Originally set on Harvard, after a few speeches from her grandfather, a unapproachable Yale alum, Rory decides pro for Yale.
13) Rory’s Chilton Graduation Speech Season 3, Episode 22: “Those Are Strings, Pinocchio” “As she guided me by these implausible 18 years, we don’t consider she satisfied that a chairman we wanted to be many of all was her.”
Rory’s valedictorian debate during her high propagandize graduation-with a special loyalty to her mother-is one of a many heartwarming moments from a series. Even Luke cried.
14) Luke and Lorelai’s initial kiss Season 4, Episode 22: “Raincoats and Recipes” “Will we only mount still?”
After 4 loooong seasons and a few ungainly initial dates, Luke and Lorelai finally share their initial kiss. Though it’s interrupted by a terrified, naked, sleepwalking Kirk, it’s a classical Stars Hollow initial kiss.
15) When Dean and Rory have sex Season 4, Episode 22: “Raincoats and Recipes”
While Lorelai explores a new attribute with Luke, Rory explores an aged one with her former high-school fling. Now married, Dean is wearied of his paltry life and Rory, who feels like she’s unwell during Yale, is in hunt of familiarity. Rory’s preference to remove her decency to her ex is a commencement of Lorelai and Rory’s vital tumble out.