3.20 - Say Goodnight, Gracie (63)
This was transcribed by Craig Best (aka Lancer1993)



3.20 - Deleted Scene - 2:52

GILMORE MANSION – FRONT DOOR
[Emily opens the door]

EMILY: There she is.

RORY: Hi grandma.

EMILY: Well come on in.

RORY: You look like you’re up to something.

EMILY: Do I, Hmm I wonder what that could be.

[They move into the living room, they have set up a home cinema with a big screen, projector, usher and snacks]

RORY: Oh my God.

RICHARD: Tada!

RORY: What did you do.

EMILY: We promised you movie night.

RORY: Yes but movie night at our house usually means a video tape and left over Chinese food.

RICHARD: Well then it’s time to shake things up a little isn’t it.

USHER: Your ticket miss.

RORY: Thank you.

USHER: Your ticket madam.

EMILY: Thank you.

USHER: Your ticket sir.

RICHARD: Thank you.

EMILY: Shall we.

USHER: Your ticket miss.

RORY: What, oh. [Hands the ticket back, he tares it in half and hands back half]

USHER: Your ticket madam. [Emily is a little up set, he tares it in half] Enjoy the movie. Your ticket sir, [Takes Richards ticket and tares it in half] enjoy the movie.

EMILY: My we sit now.

USHER: Anywhere you like.

RICHARD: Ah. [They sit on the couch] What are you grinning at.

RORY: You two are nuts.

EMILY: I’ll take that as a compliment.

USHER: Popcorn.

RORY: Absolutely. [They giggle as Rory hands out the snacks.] So what are we seeing tonight?

EMILY: Three movies picked especially for you, “Cross Roads”, “Glitter” and since I’ve heard you talk so much about it “Billy Jack”.

RORY: Wow.

RICHARD: So should we start with that one?

RORY: Um, no lets save that for um, “Cross Roads” sounds good.

EMILY: Yes it does, powerful.

RICHARD: [To the usher ho is also the projectionist] You heard the ladies, “Cross Roads” it is. [He turns out the lights] Um Rory.

RORY: Yes Grandpa.

RICHARD: I certainly hope you’ve turned your pager and cell phone off.

EMILY: Yes we’re very strict about that here.

RORY: Well most classy establishments are.

[They movie starts]

RICHARD: Well that doesn’t look right.

EMILY: It’s out of focus.

USHER: Sorry just let me just adjust this here.

RICHARD: Ah, your making it worse, turn it the other way.

EMILY: I’m getting a headache.

USHER: There is something wrong with the projector.

RICHARD: Well there better not be something wrong with that projector, I payed a fortune to rent it, let me look.

EMILY: Don’t worry your grandfather will figure this out.

RORY: You guys did not have to go to all this trouble just for me grandma.

EMILY: Well we like to go to all this trouble just for you, we would do anything for you. Remember that when your birthday comes, it’s an excellent bargaining chip.

RORY: You know if you really wanted to do something for me.

EMILY: Yes.

RORY: You could maybe easy up on mum a bit. She really didn’t mean to hurt your feelings and she’s been trying to make. I’m not saying you have to do or say anything right now, I’m just asking you to maybe, I don’t know. Next time she reaches out and makes a call maybe just take it. Anyhow this is really great, thank you.

RICHARD: Ah! Got it I got it.

EMILY: What was the matter.

RICHARD: Oh this machine is just a little temperamental, you know how show people are. [Too the usher] Ah don’t touch that think, okay. [The usher nods] Okay. Lets see the movie. [The movie starts again] Well you touched it, you touched that thing.

USHER: I don’t I swear.

RICHARD: Oh for Pete’s sake. [Richard gets up]

EMILY: Popcorn please [Rory hands her the tub]

END SCENE


Written by Amy Sherman-Palladino and Janet Leahy
Directed by Jamie Babbit


Transcribed by Craig Best for http://www.crazy-internet-people.com/site/gilmoregirls

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