It’s Wedding time – but who is walking down the aisle? Love is blooming for the Bates, with Carlin finding a “special friend” in Evan and Tori and Bobby deepening their bond. And even the married couples have big news, especially Erin and Chad. Will their family be growing by…

Carlin and Katie hit the road to spend some quality time with Carlin’s Songwriting Suitor, Evan, and his family. Evan and the girls have some fun at an indoor skating park and the young couple work on a special song for Evan’s family. Will Carlin pass the parent approval test…

The Olesons are absolutely thrilled to learn that Nellie is returning home for a visit, but Nancy is not too pleased about sharing the spotlight. Tension flies as Nellie receives all kinds of attention from everyone in town, and despite Nellie's efforts, Nancy refuses to build any relationship with her…

Having a railroad built to pass directly through Walnut Grove sounds like a wonderful idea for many town residents, particularly since it would increase the size and popularity of the area. Others are concerned that it would destroy their quiet, simplistic lifestyle, and when they decide to fight it, lives…

Laura's childhood friend, Jane Canfield, comes back to Walnut Grove. Despite her blindness, she develops a fondness for Isaiah Edwards (who is twice her age), and the two gradually fall in love. Jane's vision is restored when she receives the rare opportunity to have eye surgery, and Isaiah is hopeful…

When a minister named Reverend Hale passes through Walnut Grove, he earns Reverend Alden's respect by making a generous donation to the Church, and he is quickly accepted by the congregation as a strong and efficient speaker. As Reverend Hale's popularity increases, Reverend Alden fears that he is being pushed…

Dr. Marvin Haynes has been practicing in Walnut Grove, but his failing eyesight prevents him from renewing his license, leaving him angry and depressed over the loss of his career. Meanwhile, Jenny Wilder suffers physical and speech impairments after a swimming accident, and Marvin reclaims his sense of self-worth by…

Rory tells Logan that she can't have a casual romantic relationship with him, and they should return to just being friends. But Logan surprises Rory by insisting he's ready to commit to her. However, when Logan brings her home to meet his powerful and intimidating family, Rory is shocked by…

Wanting to make a good impression with Logan's powerful father, Mitchum Huntzberger, Rory learns everything she can about him before starting work as an intern at one of his newspapers. When Lorelai discovers that Emily and Richard have invited Logan to Friday night dinner, she ends her boycott of family…

Rory is surprised by the performance review she receives at the newspaper from Logan's father, Mitchum Huntzberger. Luke's plan to buy the Twickham house is threatened when Kirk makes a competing bid. Lorelai is thrilled when the travel magazine featuring The Dragonfly Inn appears on newsstands but worries about Emily's…

After spending a night of reckless behavior with Logan, Rory is rescued by her mother. But Lorelai is shocked to hear her daughter's plans for the future. Lorelai first asks Richard and Emily for help but soon realizes that Luke is the only person she can trust.

Lorelai and Luke begin making plans for their future, but Luke is embarrassed when word spreads that Lorelai was the one who proposed marriage. Still hurt that Rory has decided to drop out of Yale and move in with Lorelai's parents, Lorelai tells them that they can take care of…

Reba rushes Brock to Barbra Jean’s side when she goes into labor early; Van and Cheyenne ponder a move to Los Angeles for college.

Van fixes the election so that Cheyenne can be prom queen; Brock and Reba worry that Kyra is becoming interested in boys at too young an age.

Reba disagrees with Barbra Jean about childrearing, while Cheyenne and Van struggled with new parenthood.

Reba tries to repair her relationship with Kyra, but Cheyenne and Van continue to have distracting crises.

Reba unsuccessfully seeks a job while Cheyenne and Van “help out” by signing up for food stamps.

Brad throws a Halloween party for his new friends at school. Meanwhile, Tim, Jill, Al, and Ilene go to an awards show, hoping to win one for Tool Time, but it seems that the winner will be Cooking with Irma, which has won every other award.

Jill, Wilson, and Al are angry when Tim gets an honorary Ph.D., but Tim later finds out that he got the Ph.D. because the college was going to use him, since he had a TV show, to receive additional funding.

Bobby and Tori are making plans for the future! After he graduates from college, Bobby is hoping to move from Florida to Tennessee to be closer to Tori. Before he makes a final decision, he heads to Knoxville to interview for jobs and look for a place to live. And…

It’s Sister bonding time! Erin, Tori, Carlin, Whitney, Josie and Katie join together for a self defense class and engage in a little friendly competition! Meanwhile, Gil has many young Bates drivers behind the wheel, he gathers the kiddos for a “Car 101” lesson. Later, it’s double date night for…

Sarah Carter's estranged father Elliot shows up unexpectedly with painful news. As the man plans an extended visit and causes trouble throughout town, it becomes evident why he was separated from his daughter's family for so many years. Over time, Sarah must come to terms with the fact that she…

The Older Brothers is a gang that used to have a notorious reputation. First they hold up Mr. Edwards but end up losing the money. Then they try to get ransom money for Mr. Edwards, but that doesn't go very well, because when Almanzo and John Carter try to pay…

After substituting for Etta Plum at Walnut Grove's school, Laura realizes that being a housewife is not enough for her restless spirit. She begins writing a book of anecdotes about her life on the prairie, and after she wins a contest, she has a real chance at getting it published…

In Burr Oak, Iowa, Charles is forced to address Albert's recent criminal behavior. The two of them take a trip back to Walnut Grove, and as Charles reconnects with Laura and his friends, he is hopeful that the experience will straighten out his troubled son, but Albert's issues run deeper…

In Burr Oak, Iowa, Charles is forced to address Albert's recent criminal behavior. The two of them take a trip back to Walnut Grove, and as Charles reconnects with Laura and his friends, he is hopeful that the experience will straighten out his troubled son, but Albert's issues run deeper…

Rory begins to work her 300 hours of community service and finds that life on a road crew is not pretty. Lorelai and Luke try to decide whether they will fix up Lorelai's home or buy the Twickham house, which Luke has always admired. Luke's sister, Liz, begs him to…

Excited to cater Lorelai's wedding, Sookie pressures Lorelai to set a date but cannot get her to commit. While completing her community service hours, Rory takes a job at Emily's DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) office. Convinced that she has a rival for the job of DAR president, Emily…

Lorelai misses Rory and tries to call her but soon discovers that her daughter's cell phone is no longer in service. Sookie asks Lorelai and Rory to be the godparents to her two children, hoping they will reconcile when they see each other at the ceremony. However, mother and daughter…

Rory does a fabulous job organizing a big DAR bash for Emily. However, at the party, Richard confronts Logan's father, Mitchum Huntzberger, about his opinion of Rory's journalistic talents, while Emily has an even uglier confrontation with Logan's mother, Shria, over the romance between Rory and Logan. Meanwhile, after a…

Richard tries to gather information from Logan about Rory's future plans, but Logan mistakenly thinks that Richard is asking when he plans to marry Rory. Lorelai supports Taylor's plan to change all the Stars Hollow street names back to their original historic ones, until she learns the disgusting former name…

Working for Brock involves Reba too much in his marriage. Being Mr. Mom, Van worries that Cheyenne would rather be at college than with him and their baby.

The wild, black stallion that Amy rehomed from Will’s ranch is brutally forced out of the herd by the new leader, leaving Amy to track down the injured horse and nurse him back to health. Meanwhile, Tim and Jack discover a mysterious hidden baseball diamond on Sam Langston’s property. And…

Reba is very upset when Jake calls Barbra Jean “mommy”; Cheyenne and Van disagree about whether to spend an evening with his work mates or her school friends.

Reba reluctantly decides it is time to start dating and ponders whether to be her boring self or to lie; Reba’s dating brings out the worst in Kyra .

When Brock takes the children to Barbra Jean’s family reunion, Reba contemplates having sex with her new boyfriend. (Part 1)

When Tim and Jill go bowling with Bud and his wife, Tim tells Jill to lose because he's afraid his career will be ruined if they beat Bud and his wife. Meanwhile, Angela, Brad's girlfriend, sets her sister up with Randy.

Kelly Jo cashes in on her ‘I Love you Day’ gift from Gil and wants him to clean up the shed. Can Gil complete the project in a timely fashion and without any complaints? As the boys help Gil organize the shed, Nathan gets sidetracked and uses scrap items to…

Erin and Chad have expanded their family with twin pygmy goats, but having extra “kids” means more household chores. So Gil and the younger kids stop by to help Chad paint the goats’ new shed. Back at the Bates household, Nathan’s impromptu zip line wasn’t the safest, so Gil and…

A disgruntled horse owner causes problems for Ty and Amy’s business, and they find themselves at odds about taking him on as a client.

With the birth of a beautiful baby boy in the spring, it appears that Laura and Almanzo's family is now complete. However, when the infant dies for no apparent reason, a distraught Laura blames Doc Baker, who spent days insisting that their son was perfectly healthy. Quickly alienated by the…

When young Jason Carter accepts his first job as an assistant to an aging woman in Walnut Grove, he just wants to earn some money and buy his mother a birthday gift. However, as Jason spends more time with Ruthy Leland, he learns the incredible power of friendship, as well…

On his way back from Sleepy Eye, Isaiah Edwards meets up with a dying old man, whose last request is for Isaiah to take care of his 3-year-old Blanche. It isn't until later that Isaiah realizes that this "little girl" is actually an orangutan! Most of Walnut Grove is happy…

As Rory's 21st birthday approaches, both Lorelai and Rory are saddened that their estrangement will keep them from spending the day the way they had always planned. Richard tries to convince Lorelai to help him concoct a plan to get Rory to return to Yale, but Lorelai insists that Rory…

Rory is pleasantly surprised when her former boyfriend Jess appears at her grandparents' house and reveals an amazing development in his life. Rory agrees to go to dinner with Jess, but when Logan unexpectedly joins them, an ugly confrontation develops, leaving both Rory and Logan to face the choices they…

A surprise phone call from Rory's dad illuminates issues of trust between Lorelai and Luke. Later, when a person from his past shows up in Stars Hollow, Luke has no idea how to tell Lorelai. After months of estrangement, Lorelai and Rory make their first move towards reconciliation, and Rory…

After a long absence, Christopher Haden, Rory's father, reappears in the lives of Lorelai and Rory. Luke struggles with what the presence of Christopher will mean to him and his relationship with Lorelai. Lorelai and Rory enjoy their first Thanksgiving at the Dragonfly Inn, and Rory receives surprising news about…

Feeling that he has missed too much and wants to get to know his newly discovered daughter, Luke goes to have a talk with her mother, his former girlfriend Anna Nardini. Meanwhile, Lorelai sets a date for the wedding after finding the perfect dress, but she is worried by the…

Knowing he has let too much time go by, Luke is still unable to tell Lorelai about the existence of his 12-year-old daughter, April, and he is thrown into a panic when April wants to hang out with him at the diner. When April and Lorelai both show up at…

While Luke deals with the reality of having his daughter, April, in his life, Lorelai tries to pretend she doesn't mind the repercussions the new situation is having on their engagement. Rory's concern over Paris' lack of management skills at the Yale Daily News finally reaches a crisis point when…

Wanting to get to know her future son-in-law better, Emily asks Lorelai to invite Luke over for dinner. In order to avoid an argument, Lorelai purposely fails to mention that the wedding has been postponed. Meanwhile, the Yale Daily News staff finally fires Paris and chooses Rory to be the…

As Valentine's Day approaches, Rory and Logan invite Lorelai and Luke to spend a weekend with them at Logan's family house on Martha's Vineyard. Rory and Logan have a wonderful time, but Lorelai is upset by Luke's unfriendly attitude towards Logan. Luke's attitude changes when he realizes he forgot to…

Wilson becomes the director of Randy's school play but takes the fun out of it for everyone. When Tim later shows him the aluminum set he built, Wilson doesn't like it and orders him to rebuild a new one.

When Wilson is burglarized, Jill orders Tim to put in a high security system. But instead of them having peace and quite in their house, things get worse when the alarms begin going off by themselves.

Jill finds Brad making out with his girlfriend in his room. When Jill asks Tim to have a man-to-man talk with Brad, Tim is a little reluctant to do it. Not because he doesn't feel Brad needs it, but because it's something he's never done before with a kid. Tool…

The Bates family will never forget their house fire, and so they organize a car-washing fundraiser to give back to the heroic volunteer firefighters who responded to their emergency situation. Right before the big day, Zach insists on giving the Bates kids a tutorial on the do’s and don’ts of…

Now that Lawson’s wrapped up recording his country album, he’s taking the next step with his career and making a music video, co-starring actress Sadie Robertson. But can he turn his song about heartbreak into a high quality music video? Meanwhile, Kelly Jo thinks it’s time the middle boys receive…

Amy is hired to gentle one of the wild horses, but his temperament may prove impossible to work with.

After Jill explicitly tells Tim not to touch the dishwasher, he breaks it in an attempt to make it more powerful; more of a "man's" dishwasher. Jill has a job interview, but she doesn't get it and when Tim tries to comfort her, he only makes matters worse. After talking…

After breaking Tim's torque wrench that has been in the family for twenty years, Mark fears that he will be traded in after Brad and Randy make up a story about "Peter", their former brother that was traded in after he broke one of Tim's flashlights.

When she can't find a babysitter, Jill has a magician named Sir Larry Houdini watch the kids while she and Tim go on their romantic dinner. However, Tim is too distracted by a football game to pay attention to her. Meanwhile, the kids lock the magician in a trunk as…

Tim and Jill have a bowling match against each other and try no to make it competitive, until the K&B Construction guys show up. The boys get in trouble at an arcade.

When Tim throws a party to celebrate putting in the hot rod's engine, Jill decides to hook her friend Karen up with one of the guys coming to the party and ends up ruining Tim's day with a barbeque. Meanwhile, the boys have problems with the McGurn brothers.

It's Halloween and as usual, Tim is up to his old tricks, however Jill plans a prank of her own. Tim gets flowers from a fan named Rose but soon strange things start happening. She keeps calling him, Wilson thinks she is obsessed with him, Tim tries to hide but…

Jill gets a scratch on her car, and Tim is very upset with her, so Tim takes the car in for repairs. Tim drives the car by work, because today they're working outside with cranes, but an incident happens, which leaves the car in the shop for awhile.

When Al is published as one of Detroit's "Most Elligible Bachelor" in a magazine, women begin flocking all over him and he starts to ignore Ilene. Mark has to write a report on the most interesting person he knows, and he writes it on Wilson instead of Tim.

When Marty and Nancy are staying with the Taylors, Tim walks in on Nancy in the shower, thinking she is Jill. Meanwhile, Randy goes to a bar mitzvah and must come home after he splits his trousers.

Tim and Al scalp tickets to a hockey game when Tim can't go, but they get arrested and Jill and Ilene come to bail them out. Meanwhile, Mark paper maches Wilson's face for a school project when he watches the boys while Tim and Jill are gone.

Brad throws a Halloween party for his new friends at school. Meanwhile, Tim, Jill, Al, and Ilene go to an awards show, hoping to win one for Tool Time, but it seems that the winner will be Cooking with Irma, which has won every other award.

Now that Bobby’s graduated from college, it’s a time of celebration, love and new beginnings! Before his big graduation party, Tori and Josie meet up with Bobby and his best friend Kelton for a few rounds of disc golf. As Bobby and Tori catch up and discuss their future together,…

To keep her father away because of the pressure she's under, Jill fakes an illness only to find out that he died shortly after she lied to him.

Lisa, the old Tool Time girl, returns and Tim gives her back her old job without consulting Heidi, the current Tool Time girl. Meanwhile Randy and Lauren take their relationship to a new level when they finally go on their first official date.

The Taylors vacation at a Lake Michigan resort... while Tim tries to give MORE POWER to the BBQ concept, Randy meets with Lauren and Brad breaks up with Angela. Mark's changing, but is it for the better? Tim is seriously considering quitting Tool Time and moving permanently to this country…

Tim becomes suspicious that Heidi and Al are having a hot affair when he finds out she has separated from her husband; he sets out to find out exactly how much of an affair they are having. On Tool Time, Tim adds a little MORE POWER to his golf swing…

On Tool Time, Tim manages to throw himself out a window while doing renovation work. Jill tries to get Tim to help prepare for a tax audit. Brad and Randy become rivals when Brad's article "Hey Yo!" takes the spotlight away from Randy's "Genetic Mutations in the Second Half of…

On Tool Time, "Men's Convenience Week" features a visit by Grant Hill of the Detroit Pistons. Wilson becomes upset with Tim after Tim tells everyone about Wilson's encounter with an alien, something Wilson would rather Tim had kept to himself.

Randy's driving, get off the sidewalk! ... Randy doesn't feel that he's being treated fairly when his driving privileges differ from those Brad had when he first got his license. On Tool Time, "Judy's Rat" pulls cable through hard to reach spaces.

When Randy is unexpectedly accepted into a year long environmental study program in Costa Rica, Tim and Jill find it difficult in letting go. Meanwhile, on Tool Time, auditions are held for a song lyric contest for the Tool Time theme.

When Brad finally gets his first car he spends virtually every moment with it until it is stolen and stripped for parts. Tim becomes obsessed with proving who stole it, so he and Al go undercover at a salvage place to find the thieves.

Brad blames Tim for possibly ruining his soccer career when he injures his knee after tripping over a rolled-up carpet during a Tool Time shoot at the house. The magicians Penn & Teller appear on Tool Time.

Tim commissions Mark to make a video to celebrate the completion of his hot rod. When Tim is disappointed with the result, Mark films a new version - with a dance number set to "Greased Lightning."

Harry announces that he is retiring and selling the hardware store. Tim organizes a fundraising party for the store, but ends up buying it himself. But when the customers dry up, Tim begins to wonder what he is doing wrong.

Troubles brew on Tool Time when Bud mandates that no non-Binford products are to be used on the show. Brad has to decide whether or not to play soccer earlier than he is scheduled to when he has an opportunity to play in front of a UCLA scout.

Tool Time continues to be a "jewel" despite the continued excess presence of the Binford name. Things rapidly turn sad when Al decides to take his mother out to dinner to tell her he's going to get married... and she has a heart attack and dies.

Tim records his finale Tool Time, with a host of guests - and a pregnant Heidi. Morgan offers Tim more money and an executive producer credit to stay with the show, but Tim rejects his offer. Jill makes a decision about the Indiana job offer. Wilson and Tim take down…

Now that Nathan is a certified flight instructor, he’s moved back to Rocky Top, TN to teach flight lessons. Eager to put his new skills to work, we catch up with him as he gives one of his first lessons to a novice pilot. Has Nathan found his calling? Meanwhile,…

Since Zach’s moved out of the Bates house, he misses spending time with the middle boys, so he organizes a camping trip in hopes of having some bonding moments with his brothers. But in between skeet shooting and fishing, Zach gets a call that might put his overnight camping trip…

Laura receives an unexpected inheritance from an ailing friend, which promises huge changes for the Wilder family. Meanwhile, young Willie is finally ready to graduate and propose to his girlfriend, if only he can find the courage to tell his parents that he doesn't wish to attend college.

Mr. Montague, a renowned author who is undergoing research for his next book, moves in with Laura and Almanzo at their newly implemented boarding house. He proves to be quite an interesting and unexpected addition to the Walnut Grove community. Meanwhile, Mr. Edwards faces a moral dilemma when Philip Rogers--the…

When the Big Woods of Wisconsin becomes a difficult spot for hunting, Charles Ingalls reluctantly decides to move his family to Kansas's more open and fertile land. Leaving their beloved relatives proves to be devastating, but the resiliency of the Ingalls spirit reigns supreme as they head out in their…

Charles Ingalls has decided to settle his family on the banks of Plum Creek in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. He builds a home for them with his own hands and heads into town immediately to look for work. It is hard enough meeting his financial responsibilities and finding enough time to…

Proud parents Lorelai and Christopher attend a journalism panel at Yale, where Rory dazzles the crowd. Afterwards, Lorelai offers to help Christopher by baby-sitting his 4-year-old daughter and is horrified by the toddler's terrible behavior. The next day, Rory and Logan attend the wedding of Logan's sister, Honor. While helping…

After forgiving Logan for his indiscretions, Rory needs some time for herself, so she visits Lorelai in Stars Hollow. Although Lorelai refuses to admit that she is upset, Rory can tell that she is bothered by the news that Luke will be gone for a few days on a field…

Lorelai has a bizarre dream about singer/songwriter Paul Anka (himself). Meanwhile, although Rory and Logan are back together, Logan is miserable knowing that Rory hasn't really forgiven him, and he takes off with his friends for another stunt with the Life and Death Brigade. Rory accepts Jess' invitation to attend…

On the night before Lane and Zach get married, Lorelai and Rory's plans for a bachelorette party go awry, as do the plans made by Zach's buddies, so the two groups end up together for a makeshift party in a vacant parking lot. Meanwhile, Mrs. Kim tells Lorelai to bring…

When Luke prepares a birthday party for April at the diner, Lorelai volunteers to help but is hurt after Luke explains that he still thinks it's too soon for April and Lorelai to meet. Luke changes his mind, however, when the party is a disaster, giving Lorelai a chance to…

When Brock takes the children to Barbra Jean’s family reunion, Reba contemplates having sex with her new boyfriend. (Part 2)

Reba feels sorry for herself when all the children make other plans for Christmas Eve, until a mysterious stranger reminds her about what’s really important.

At Reba’s urging, the family members each videotape a private message for baby Elizabeth—but then everyone connives to discover what the others said.

Cheyenne’s pregnancy scare prompts Reba to tell Cheyenne and Van that they cannot have another baby while they live with her; Barbra Jean is upset when Brock says he does not want more children.

Reba decides to sell her engagement ring to get money for car repair, which angers Brock; Van decides that he has to buy Cheyenne a diamond ring.

Reba is outraged when Barbra Jean dyes her hair the same color as Reba’s—and jealous at the growing relationship between Barbra Jean and Kyra; Van and Cheyenne quarrel over her physical appearance.

Reba and Brock attend a wake for Reba’s former boyfriend; Cheyenne and Kyra clash while Cheyenne is in charge during Reba’s absence.

Reba dreads Valentine’s Day because it will place pressure on her relationship with Brian; Brock and Van compete to see who can make Valentine’s Day most special.

It's a battle of Halloween pranks. First Tim scares Al, then Brad and Randy scare Jill, then a strange man shows up at the door asking to see the basement. Jill, Tim and Wilson tell the boys that years ago a man named Clifford Warren was accused of killing his…

Kelly Jo, Erin, Carson and Tori head to Chicago to visit Michaela and Brandon and take in a few sights. Will culture shock set in for “country girl” Erin, as she explores new terrain in the big city? Meanwhile, back at the Bates house, Carlin, Josie and Katie are on…

A Bates Summer wouldn’t be complete without a family vacation! This year the family is headed to an adventure resort on the rim of West Virginia’s New River Gorge. But as the family packs up for their getaway, Tori’s down in the dumps because Bobby won’t be joining her on…

Laura and Mary are nervous about their first day of school in Walnut Grove, but they are quickly put at ease by the genuine kindness of their new teacher and the majority of their classmates. As the girls focus on their studies, Laura clashes with a mean-spirited girl named Nellie…

Delighted with his beautiful new wheat crop, Charles is in a position to buy new dresses for his daughters, a warm coat for Caroline, and maybe even some new boots for himself--not to mention an ideal team of horses that the family's newfound financial position can now afford. It all…

While Charles is traveling in Mankato, he meets up with a drunken Mr. Edwards and encourages his longtime friend to return with him to Walnut Grove. Isaiah adjusts quickly with the Ingalls, bunks in the barn, and even lands a job at the mill. Caroline has the "opposites attract" theory…

When a new boy named Johnny Johnson arrives at school for the first time, Laura is immediately smitten. Johnny is a friendly boy--if not a bit scatterbrained--and although he is oblivious to Laura's crush on him, he certainly makes it clear that he is interested in Mary. Even though Mary…

Amy Hearn is an elderly Walnut Grove resident whose children don't seem to be trying hard enough to visit her. In an act of desperation, Amy decides that staging her own funeral is the only way to see them again, but it's a scam that she can't pull off by…

Temporarily unable to see after minor eye surgery, Emily enlists Lorelai's help as her driver and companion, finally revealing a surprise that catches Lorelai completely off guard. Meanwhile, Rory takes charge of Logan's recovery when he is released from the hospital. And Luke helps his sister Liz and her husband,…

On the evening of Logan's graduation from Yale, Rory throws him a wild party, but the knowledge that he is being forced to leave for London the next day makes their time together bittersweet. Meanwhile, at a Friday night dinner, Emily and Richard attempt to introduce Christopher to an attractive…

Lorelai wakes up in bed with Christopher. Confused and mortified, she makes a hasty exit, ignoring Christopher's pleas that she stay. Once at home, Lorelai tries to get rid of everything that reminds her of Luke and ends up practically emptying her house. Rory receives a toy rocket ship as…

Rory is upset over Logan's absence and the fact that they had to cancel their long-planned trip to Asia. Wanting to cheer Rory up and distract herself from her own sad love life, Lorelai turns her house into an Asian-themed wonderland. Lane returns from her disastrous honeymoon. While repairing the…

When Richard and Emily display no real reaction to the news of her breakup with Luke, Lorelai realizes that most of her emotional life has been based on doing and feeling the opposite of whatever her parents want. Later, when Michel forces Lorelai to attend Emily's beautiful cotillion dance, Lorelai…

Reba gets caught in the middle of a feud between her boss and Brock over Barbra Jean; Cheyenne suspects Van is turning into a liar.

Reba becomes jealous when baby Elizabeth’s other grandparents get involved in her life; Cheyenne is upset when Van’s football practice keeps them apart.

Reba and Barbra Jean take out their frustrations with each other in a self-defense class; Brock tries to save money on a home-security system for Reba’s house.

Reba must co-chair the school auction with Barbra Jean, causing jealousy when the auction is a success; Van misunderstands the intentions of a bidder who wins a football lesson with Van.

Reba’s brush with death gets the family talking about who will get what when they die, but Reba discovers that Cheyenne and Van have made Brock and Barbra Jean guardians of Elizabeth.

Reba is heartbroken when she learns that Kyra is considering moving in with Brock and Barbra Jean; Van and Cheyenne decide that Elizabeth needs her own room.

It’s a family affair, as the Bates family, along with Tori’s Boyfriend Bobby and Carlin’s suitor Evan, continue their thrill seeking vacation at Adventures on the Gorge, in West Virginia! Rain or shine, the Bates brave a high level white water rafting course. It’s sink, swim or scream time as…

Michaella and Brandon have moved out of their tiny one bedroom apartment and into a new rental house, so Kelly Jo and Erin pay the young couple a visit and lend a hand with decorating their new space. But will the ladies be able to to settle on a design…

Tim is roped into organizing an important rodeo when an old flame blows back into Hudson asking for his help.

Charles is preparing for a business trip to Mankato, and he wants to turn it into a romantic getaway for him and Caroline. They leave the girls in Mr. Edwards' care, but things don't go quite as planned for anyone involved.

When Miss Beadle is injured in an accident, Caroline is asked to fill in temporarily at the school. While teaching, Caroline sympathizes with Abel McCay - an older student who is quiet, withdrawn, and reluctant to learn.

Feeling guilty for accidentally breaking Laura's beloved china doll, Mary brings home a baby raccoon to smooth things over with her sister. Charles is hesitant to allow Laura to keep the animal, but he decides that it would be all right to make a temporary adoption--a choice that he lives…

When Reverend Alden suggests taking up a collection for a new church bell, tempers flare over how the bell should be financed. Proud Mrs. Oleson wants to donate the money for a large bell and include a plaque with her name on it. Others protest the idea, and both sides…

Lorelai and Christopher have resumed their relationship, and although Lorelai is finding it difficult to fully commit to him, Christopher keeps coming up with romantic dates to win her over. Meanwhile, at Yale, Rory meets some eccentric new girlfriends at an art exhibit, and Richard becomes a guest lecturer. Also,…

Emily and Richard are delighted when Lorelai and Christopher attend Friday night dinner together as a couple. After Christopher reveals that his ex-wife, who lives in Paris, wants him to send their daughter, G.G., there for a visit, Lorelai argues with him over dinner. Meanwhile, in town on business to…

After Christopher persuades Lorelai to visit Rory at Yale during Parents' Weekend, Lorelai is surprised to find that Richard and Emily are also there. Trying to impress Rory's co-workers at the Yale Daily News, Christopher invites them to an expensive lunch, where they all drink too much. The meal ends…

Christopher and Lorelai take his daughter, G.G., to visit G.G.'s mother in Paris. Despite severe jet lag, Christopher and Lorelai manage to have a wonderful, romantic time enjoying the city and each other. Back in Connecticut, Rory comes to the end of her tenure as editor in chief of the…

After Lorelai invites Rory to dinner and tells her that she and Christopher got married in Paris, Rory pretends to be thrilled while Christopher is in the room. But she later tells Lorelai how hurt and angry she really is. Meanwhile, back in town for the startup of his new…

Barbra Jean struggles to discipline Kyra while Reba enjoys being her daughter’s friend; Van and Cheyenne quarrel about her snoring.

Fearing that Kyra is sneaking around with a boy, Reba succumbs to Barbra Jean’s urging and spies on Kyra.

Brock lies to Kyra about not having smoked marijuana and then feels guilty; Cheyenne’s revelation of one-time marijuana use causes a rift with Van.

Barbra Jean brings a communication expert to help sort out family conflicts; Reba is willing to participate in order to find out why Kyra is so angry.

When Barbra Jean learns that her home’s prior owner died there, she needs Reba to help “cleanse” the house of ghosts; Van worries that Elizabeth is not as smart as Henry.

Jill's worst fears come true when she predicts something bad will happen on the night Brad is first driving. He gets into a small accident but little do they know the accident is a lot more serious than he admits.