Lorelai Gilmore: Lorelai Gilmore: disappointing mothers since 1968.
Lorelai Gilmore: Because an unmarried woman, alone, of a certain age, dressed the way I dress, apparently is Korean for Jenna Jameson.
Lorelai: Even when I have a man, I'm still the girl who doesn't have a man!
Mrs. Kim: What do you mean, Luke's out of town?
Lorelai: Ah, well, I mean... Luke's left town. He's gone far away from town. Town's there and Luke's over here.
Mrs. Kim: He's not coming to the wedding with you?
Mrs. Kim: You mean, you're coming alone? Unescorted?
Lorelai: Well, Rory will be there, so.
Mrs. Kim: No, she won't like it.
Lorelai: Who won't?
Mrs. Kim: You can't come alone. An unmarried woman of certain age, unescorted, wearing the clothes you tend to wear. People will think things, bad things.
Lorelai: Like what?
Mrs. Kim: Like you're a tramp and possibly for sale.
Lorelai: Wow, suddenly Footloose is not seeming so silly.
Mrs. Kim: What are we gonna do?
Lorelai: Well, I guess first of all, we should agree out of a price.
Mrs. Kim: You'll have to find someone, who'll bring you. You have to find a man.
Lorelai: In one day? Are you kidding me? It took me this long to find Luke.
Mrs. Kim: My daughter wants you at her wedding, fine. But if you're to come, then you need to come with a man.
[goes back into her house]
Mrs. Kim: And Kirk does not count!
Lorelai: [to herself] Lorelai Gilmore. Disappointing mothers since 1968.