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Lorelai (Lauren Graham, Evan Almighty), 32 years old, has always done things her way. Raised in a world of money and cotillions, she was wilder than the other girls. Pregnant at age 16, she chose her own path, and, in true style, walked with flawless posture right out the door. With fire and determination, Lorelai has worked her way up from maid to manager at the historic Independence Inn, all while keeping sight of her dream to open her own inn with best friend Sookie (Melissa McCarthy, Samantha Who?), the hotel's hopelessly clumsy culinary genius. Lorelai's 16-year-old daughter, straight-A student Rory (Alexis Bledel, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants films) tries to prove herself at the exclusive Chilton Preparatory School, a daunting new world of girls with attitudes and boys with shiny cars. But when Rory meets Dean (Jared Padalecki, Supernatural), the attraction hits her like a ton of bricks and single mom Lorelai begins to notice in Rory her own dreams and rebellious youth.]]>
It sounds like a premise potentially fraught with angst and trauma, but in reality Gilmore Girls was one of the freshest, airiest, most enjoyable shows to air on the perpetually melodramatic WB network, critically praised once viewers got hooked on its unique brand of humor. Rory's growing-up adventures, including her acclimation to snooty Chilton and romance with townie dreamboat Dean (Jared Padalecki), gave the show a teen-friendly feel, but Gilmore Girls was anchored in the adult by the luminous Graham, a brilliant comedic leading lady who could turn dramatic on a dime and never break stride. The show's hallmark was its rat-a-tat, whipsmart dialogue, delivered perfectly by Graham and Bledgel, as well as a host of wacky supporting characters who would go on to become invaluable cast members. The first season allowed the show--and its lead actresses--to bloom gracefully and establish a deep, humorous rapport that lent itself perfectly to weekly travails both comedic and dramatic. --Mark Englehart
Arrived undamaged and on time. I bought this for a good throwback TV show to watch with my fiance, we both love the wholesome characters, those moments that make us laugh or move... Read morePublished 3 days ago by The Crimson King
One of the best series ever that was on TV........you will be totally addicted after the first show!!!Published 23 days ago by Donna C.
Heartwarming, introspective without being preachy. It is intelligent and funny.Published 1 month ago by dena
love all these characters in this series. Quite entertaining!!!Published 1 month ago by Ruth M. Capolino
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Oct 24, 2006 by Rosa | See all 5 posts
i have an episode guide with my season 1 set
Jan 25, 2007 by Emily | See all 2 posts
I just received this set after waiting until Christmas to get it as a gift. The first disc was marked properly, however, when I went to watch it, it was actually the 2nd disc labeled incorrectly. Perhaps that's why it yours is marked "repackaged"?
Dec 29, 2011 by J Swain | See all 2 posts
i really like rory's birthdays.
it's when she first really tells off richard and emily.
and, luke proposes.
but nobody else probably remembers that.
Feb 7, 2009 by Laura | See all 2 posts
|Is the First season dirty? Or any of the seasons?||
I'd say the show is pretty tame. Almost no bad lanaguage. There is a bit of sexual stuff in the first season with Lorelai's lovelife but most of it happens off screen. (and of course it's mentioned in almost every epsidoe that Lorelai was a teenage mother)
As with most shows we see more and... Read More
Sep 18, 2006 by girl who reads | See all 2 posts