Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls (2000)

3 continuity mistakes in season 5

So... Good Talk - S5-E16

Continuity mistake: When Lane delivers lunch from Luke's to Rory in the bookstore, the couple seen outside (man in black jacket and woman in white coat) are seen approaching and picking up a magazine not once but four times. They re-approach and pick up the magazine in each camera shot of Lane.

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The Party's Over - S5-E8

Continuity mistake: Lorelei and Luke are having a romantic dinner in his apartment. She puts candles in the sticks at an angle, but when they return to the table the candles are straight in their holders.

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We Got Us a Pippi Virgin - S5-E5

Continuity mistake: When they are starting Pippi and Luke is asking about her hair, you can see Dean's hand on Rory's shoulder on the side of the shot. Then it pans to them and then Dean is putting his arm around Rory.

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Quotes

Lorelai Gilmore: I'm going to the coat closet to make out. Don't eat my chicken.
Rory Gilmore: That's going on your tombstone.

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Mistakes

When Lorelai, Rory and Max are having breakfast at Luke's, their coffee cups change from red to blue in one shot. Also Max's coffee cup goes back and forth from the left side of his paper to the right.

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Trivia

In some episodes, Rory speaks Spanish (e.g when she is talking to her grandmother's maid). She speaks very poorly, typical "school-Spanish". This is just acting; Spanish is actually Alexis Bledel's first language. Her mother is from Mexico and her father is from Argentina.

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