“It's not too much food. This is what we've been training for our whole lives. This is our destiny, this is our finest hour.” The Gilmores get roped into four Thanksgiving dinners (which, if you remember how much they’ve eaten in other episodes, doesn’t seem like that much of a hardship). The first is at the Kims’ house, where an adorable pre-O.C. Adam Brody plays Lane’s love interest - one of my favorite moments is Mrs. Kim reading, “This Bible belongs to God, but is being used by Dave Rygalski.” Then to Sookie and Jackson’s, where master chef Sookie drinks herself into oblivion of her husband’s deep-fried turkey. Next comes Luke’s, where Babette critiques an awkward public kiss between Rory and Jess, confirming Rory’s paranoia that everyone is watching them (PS: Jess & Rory forever!!!!). Finally, a perfectly awkward meal at the grandparents’ house ends with Rory’s admission that she has applied to schools besides Harvard, including Yale...I never understood why Lorelai was so mad about this? I feel like applying only to Harvard would be a bit of a gamble.