Gilmore Girls: Season 4 (2003 - 2004)


Season 4
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Air date: Sep 23, 2003

Lorelai and Rory return from their backpacking adventure in Europe; Sookie confides the sex of her unborn baby to Lorelai; Luke returns from his cruise with surprising news; Lorelai fails to show up at her parent's Friday-night dinner.

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Air date: Sep 30, 2003

Lorelai helps her daughter move into the dormitory at Yale, where Rory meets a strange new roommate and encounters an old adversary.

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Air date: Oct 7, 2003

Rory is shocked to discover that Emily has redecorated her dorm room without permission; Richard announces that he is taking on a new business partner (Chris Eigeman).

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Air date: Oct 14, 2003

Dean awkwardly invites Rory to his wedding the next day; Dean confesses to Luke how much he misses Rory; Lorelai and Sookie have trouble obtaining a permit to begin construction on the inn.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2003

Rory goes out on her first date since breaking up with Jess; Lorelai invites Luke over for the traditional movie night she used to share with Rory; Lorelai freaks out after discovering the designer she just hired for the Dragonfly Inn used to work for Emily.

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Air date: Oct 28, 2003

Emily hires Lorelai and Sookie to cater a business affair, then makes them jump through hoops; sparks fly between Lorelai and Richard's new partner (Chris Eigeman); Rory hunts for a suitable place to study.

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Air date: Nov 4, 2003

When the townspeople stage famous paintings, Rory portrays a young woman in a Renaissance work, Lorelai appears as the beauty in Renoir's "Dance at Bougival," and Kirk embodies Jesus in Da Vinci's "The Last Supper."

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Air date: Nov 11, 2003

After Rory writes a scathing review of the Yale ballet, she becomes the target of the vindictive lead ballerina (Katherine Brunk).

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Air date: Nov 18, 2003

Richard and Emily invite Lorelai and Rory to their fancy tailgate party at the Harvard-Yale game; Rory is shocked to see Paris and a distinguished professor (Michael York) kissing.

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Air date: Jan 20, 2004

Shocked Lorelai learns Jason (Chris Eigeman) attended a charity event with someone else; Paris sneaks out to meet professor Flemming (Michael York), forcing Rory to make excuses for her to the paper's editor (Danny Strong).

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Cast & Crew

Lauren Graham
Lorelai Gilmore

Actor
Alexis Bledel
Rory Gilmore

Actor
Edward Herrmann
Richard Gilmore

Actor
Kelly Bishop
Emily Gilmore

Actor
Melissa McCarthy
Sookie St. James

Actor
Keiko Agena
Lane Kim

Actor
Yanic Truesdale
Michel Gerard

Actor
Scott Patterson
Luke Danes

Actor
Liz Torres
Miss Patty

Actor
Jared Padalecki
Dean Forester

Actor
Milo Ventimiglia
Jess Mariano

Actor
Liza Weil
Paris Geller

Actor
Sean Gunn
Kirk Gleason

Actor
Chris Eigeman
Jason Stiles

Actor
Olivia Hack
Tana Schrick

Guest Star
Jackson Douglas
Jackson Belleville

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Biff Yeager
Tom

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Emily Kuroda
Mrs. Kim

Guest Star
Katie Walder
Janet

Guest Star
Ethan Cohn
Glenn

Guest Star
Amy Sherman-Palladino
Executive Producer
Gavin Polone
Executive Producer
Tom Moore
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Audience Reviews for Gilmore Girls: Season 4

  • Nov 03, 2021
    It's the nature of a series to have a progression. The first three seasons had goodhearted, kind, intelligent protagonists driven a bit batty by their environment, trying to navigate a world full of, it was possible to believe, at least some possibly-decent people in a similar predicament but not coping quite so well. You could believe there was some love of humanity driving the story, that the offered glimmers of hope might lead somewhere. It's possible to believe the writers think, or rather thought, they're writing comedy. It was easy to suspend any lingering disbelief arising from the exaggerated characters, to think there might be some gentle mockery of Norman Lear's mayyyybe-a-bit-too-precious imitators going on. But I was barely able to finish even three episodes of season four. This is not a comedic view of humanity. It is humanity as a nightmarish, dismal clown car of the self-involved that isn't going to somehow disgorge people capable of recovering what they might have been before surrendering to become just one more in the endless idiot sea of merciless psychodramas
  • Mar 02, 2019
    I finally finished the fourth season of Gilmore Girls! This show is one I watched when I was younger and re-watching it as an adult makes me love it even more! It is one of those shows that I continue to love and that continues to be great. I love the characters in this show a little too much and I can watch them do dumb shit for hours! That being said, the stories are starting to get a bit repetitive and I do worry for the future seasons.. But so far this show has been fantastic and a lot of good old fashioned fun!
  • Sep 21, 2017
    Still delightful and brilliant
  • Nov 29, 2016
    Love this show so much, so addicting!!

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