Gilmore Girls season 2←Gilmore Girls season 1 Gilmore Girls season 3→
Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:Alexis Bledel, Lauren Graham, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena, Melissa McCarthy, Matt Czuchry, Sean Gunn, Yanic Truesdale, Liza Weil, Milo Ventimiglia, Edward Herrmann, Jared Padalecki, Rose Abdoo, Michael Winters, Vanessa Marano, Emily Kuroda, Chad Michael Murray, Danny Strong, Scott Cohen, Chris Eigeman, Jackson Douglas, Sally Struthers, Liz Torres, David Sutcliffe Genre:Comedy, Drama Channel:The CW Status:Ended
Gilmore Girls season 2 episodes list:
Lane freaks out when her parents buy her a one-way ticket to Korea for the summer. Luke gives Lorelai a lot to think about when she tells him about Max's proposal. Emily is heartbroken when she finds out about the wedding from Sookie instead of Lorelai.
Rory stresses out about being too far behind on extracurriculars, which puts a strain on her relationship with Dean. Henry expresses an interest in dating Lane. Richard and Rory patch up their differences.
During Lorelai's bachelorette party, where Emily regales the group with stories about the week before her wedding, Lorelai realizes she isn't ready to commit to Max.
To escape everyone's reaction to the news of the broken engagement, Lorelai and Rory hit the road, and stumble upon the bed and breakfast from hell. Rory gets a taste of college life while visiting Harvard and Lorelai muses over what might have been. Lorelai decides to get serious about making her dream of opening an inn a reality.
Luke's sister Liz, afraid that her 17 year old son Jess is headed for trouble, puts him on a bus to Stars Hollow to live with Luke. However, the rest of the town isn't thrilled to welcome the new inhabitant.
At the urging of her friends, Emily decides that Rory's will be making her debut at a society ball. Lorelai asks Christopher to escort their daughter on the night of the big event, and he surprises her by agreeing to come willingly.
Headmaster Charleston decrees that both Gilmore girls need to improve their socialization skills at Chilton if they want him to write a glowing recommendation for Rory's Harvard application.
Lorelai and Sookie gear up their plans to open an inn, but encounter a roadblock when the owner of their dream location refuses to sell the property. The unexpected arrival of Mia, the absentee owner of the Independence Inn, complicates matters even further.
Lorelai receives a late wedding present without a card attached, and insists that it be returned. Rory, Paris, Madeline and Louise are assigned to present the death scene from "Romeo and Juliet" as part of ther class participation.
A blizzard prevents a group from attending the historical dinner that Sookie has painstakingly prepared at their request, so she and Lorelai decide to invite all their friends in Stars Hollow to enjoy the feast at the Inn. Jess tries to get between Rory and Dean.
Lorelai and Rory have a major falling out after Rory goes against her mother's wishes and asks her grandparents to lend Lorelai the money she needs to repair termite damage to their house. Lane's desire to become a cheerleader causes a strain in her relationship with Rory.
Richard visits Stars Hollow, and drives Lorelai and Rory crazy by passing judgment on every aspect of their lives.
The annual Stars Hollow charity picnic basket lunch auction sparks controversies among couples throughout town; Jess outbids Dean for Rory's basket, causing Dean and Rory to quarrel.
Christopher comes to town on a business trip with his girlfriend Sherrie in tow. Lorelai finds out that Emily has always envisioned that Lorelai and Christopher would end up together and blames Lorelai for always keeping him, and everyone else, at arms length.
When Dean notices that Rory isn't wearing the bracelet he made for her, she covers her shock at its loss and lies that she removed it because of a rash on her arm. She searches for it frantically all over Stars Hollow, not realizing that Jess picked it up after she dropped it on the bridge two weeks earlier.
When Emily and Lorelai go to a spa for a weekend of relaxation, Emily ends up bonding with Lorelai in a way that only her daughter could inspire. Thrilled that she has the house all to herself, Rory hopes to spend a quiet night at home doing laundry and eating Indian food but her plans are foiled -- first by Paris, then by Jess, and finally by Dean.
Lorelai and Rory pitch in at the diner while Luke plans his Uncle Louie's funeral. Emily goes completely overboard in helping Sookie plan her wedding. Luke is upset when family and friends cite Louie's unpleasant personality as a reason for not attending his funeral.
Rory asks Richard for help in creating and marketing a first-aid kit for Chilton's annual Business Fair, which leads him to realize that he is unhappy in retirement and wants to start a second career. Dean goes overboard in trying to be close to Rory, afraid that she is losing interest in him.
Lorelai agrees to Luke's request that Rory tutor an about-to-flunk-out Jess, but they quickly decide to take a break from studying to get some ice cream. Kirk's short film premieres at Movie Night.
Richard opens a new office and hires a secretary with Lorelei's help. Lane falls in love with a drum set at Stars Hollow's new music shop and discovers that becoming a rock drummer is her new dream in life. Rory is dismayed to discover that everyone blames Jess for the accident.
Rory gets her excited about attending her mother's college graduation ceremony and secretly invites Richard and Emily, despite Lorelai's assertion that they'd never agree to attend.
Sookie's wedding draws near, and both bride and groom are getting frazzled. After Christopher comes to town and confesses that his relationship with Sherrie is over, he and Lorelai rekindle their relationship.