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She also realizes many of the choices her parents made for her were not so bad. Lane shares “big news” with Zach, and he doesn’t react much. [Video Trailer][Spoiler][Recap][Pictures][Video Clips][Discussion Questions][Emily wants Lorelai mad? At an Avant-Garde art show she’s covering for the Yale Daily, Rory makes friends with two arts students, Lucy and Olivia, after accidentally drinking from Olivia’s “art.” Richard judges a ‘Groove Off’ between Olivia and Lucy. Lorelai and Christopher start dating – Lorelai is tentative, but Christopher is trying to win her over.] Episode 7.04: ‘S Wonderful ‘S Marvelous Emily is arrested for talking on her cell phone while driving and refusing a breathalyzer. April stays with Luke for a few weeks while Ana is out of town. [Spoiler and Video Trailer][Recap][Pictures][Video Clips][Discussion Questions][On Olivia & Lucy] Episode 7.05: The Great Stink Rory travels to London to visit Logan and is less than happy with Logan’s co-worker, Bobby – a gorgeous older woman nicknamed ‘The Closer’ at work.Lane returns from a not-so-good honeymoon and complains about sex (and ). Luke runs into Lorelai in town and is incredibly angry about their break-up. [Video Trailer][Spoiler][Recap][Pictures][Video Clips][Meant to Be][Discussion Questions][On Doubts] Episode 7.03: Lorelai’s First Cotillion Emily starts a cotillion class and Lorelai sees herself in one of the children.Rory learns about Lorelai sleeping with Christopher. She starts to reexamine her life choices, not just the ones with Luke, and tries to reflect on where she wants to go.
An expanded version of the story was later published in Hilarity Ensues.
The more than 700 partygoers got unruly, two pieces of art were stolen, and city police were called in to disperse the crowd.
The lawsuit was subsequently dismissed under the Communications Decency Act, with U. District Judge Stewart Dalzell noting that although Max could be a "poster child for vulgarity", the law must protect "the coarse conversation that, it appears, never ends on Tucker " In his book Trust Me, I'm Lying, marketer (and personal friend of Tucker Max) Ryan Holiday claimed to have defaced some movie posters himself, as a publicity stunt to get media attention for the movie.
Both Max and Maddox dislike the label, pointing out that neither of them were ever in fraternities.
In the final chapter of Hilarity Ensues, and in a post on his website, Max announced he has retired from writing Fratire, explaining: Over the last couple years, I've realized that I don't do all the funny but stupid shit I did when I was 25 anymore, and I find myself writing about the way my life used to be.