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Audio Commentary:By Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino on Wedding Bell Blues Episode.
Documentaries:The Gilmore Girls Turn 100 - a in-depth look at the making of the 100th episode.
Featurette:Behind the Scenes of the 10tth Episode.
Other:Who Wants To Talk Gilmore - montage of Season 5's best dialogue exchanges.
With this season of Gilmore Girls, creative forces Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino finally found a way to make the Stars Hollow-Yale dichotomy work perfectly, as each location still stood alone but had decided repercussions on the other. Gone were freshman-year anxieties for Rory and in their place were more adult romantic concerns as well as a class consciousness that, for the first serious time, found Rory on the side of the haves and not the have-nots. While the Rory-Dean drama played itself out nicely and succinctly, it was the devilish Logan who lit a fire underneath this Gilmore girl; the episode "You Jump, I Jump, Jack" was a lovely twist on the '30s romantic comedies that found rich folk at play with words and deeds. Bledel started to fully blossom as Rory grew from ingénue to leading lady, and she was matched peerlessly by Graham, whose passion, anger, stubbornness, and ravishing beauty all came to a head in "Wedding Bell Blues," which featured her two greatest nemeses: her mother and Rory's dad, Christopher (David Sutcliffe). The show's trademark eccentricities were all in place--including a Pulp Fiction party and an elementary school production of Fiddler on the Roof, among other things--but it mined the best drama of its run with the season's last four episodes, which found Rory's confidence shaken to the core. To give any of the proceedings away would spoil the drama, but suffice it to say you will be glued to the TV for this season's final four hours; it's Gilmore Girls at its phenomenal best. --Mark Englehart
Ahh the last season before the terrible April appears and ruins absolutely everything.Published 1 month ago by chemistrymonkey21
Love the Gilmore girls, have watched every episode in the series many times and will continue to do so. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen V. Mcnicol
What an AMAZING show! I watched it when it first aired and have been re-watching it about once a year. This is one of my all time favorite shows. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shell6a
I like watching the Gilmore Girls, but unfortunately, the quality of some of the CDs of the show I've gotten are not good quality. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Traveler
I know the back and forth in this show gets on some people's nerves, but I don't mind it. I probably wouldn't watch any of the episodes more than once, but if they come on TV or... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kate Newton