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Those acclaimed Gilmore Girls are back for a second season of warmth, charm, zingy repartee and heart-stopping moments of drama. In this 6-disc set are all 22 irresistible year-two episodes about the people you've grown to love: young single mom Lorelai, her super-achieving daughter Rory, her elitist parents Emily and Richard, and a whole town of dreamers and eccentrics. New faces also come to Stars Hollow, including Luke's nephew Jess, whose rebelliousness offends the town, but whose passion for books attracts Rory. Hearts break and mend, careers end and begin, folks stumble and pick themselves up in a series that's "blissfully brilliant" (Ken Parish Perkins, Fort Worth Star-Telegram).


Love was in the air at the beginning of the second season of Gilmore Girls, as both Gilmores found themselves in the midst of perfect, giddy relationships--or so they thought. Lorelai (Lauren Graham) had accepted the proposal of English teacher Max (Scott Cohen) and was excitedly planning her first wedding; Rory (Alexis Bledel) was back on happy footing with townie hunk Dean (Jared Padalecki) after a dust-up near the end of season one that prompted a mini-break for the teen twosome. However, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino had anything but smooth sailing on the horizon for her heroines, giving Lorelai a severe case of cold feet and Rory a major distraction in the form of Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), the bad boy newly arrived in town. Soon, Rory found herself extremely attracted to Jess, while Lorelai rekindled the flame of passion that once burned long ago with Rory's father, Christopher (David Sutcliffe), who made his way back into her life despite a girlfriend in the wings.

After the minor romantic speed bumps of the first season, the introduction of actual conflict into the second season of Gilmore Girls helped give the happy-goofy atmosphere of Stars Hollow a decided tension, as Rory tangled with her emotions over Jess and began the first tiny steps away from her good-girl persona. The episode "A-Tisket, A-Tasket," centered around the annual town auction of picnic baskets, was a wonderful portrait of Rory's conflicting adolescent feelings for both Dean and Jess. However, it was Lorelai's simmering chemistry with former flame Christopher, only hinted at in the first season, that gave the show its energy as well as its heartbreak, culminating in the stellar season finale "I Can't Get Started." But lest you think Gilmore Girls was centered only on romance, the second season also gave the expansive ensemble cast many hilarious moments, ranging from the hallway politics of Rory's private school to the town antics that shaped the Gilmores' daily lives. Through it all, the appealing Bledel and the radiant Graham exuded wit, charm, and a way with snappy patter not seen since the golden days of '30s screwball comedy. --Mark Englehart

Special Features

  • All 22 episodes from the 2001-02 season
  • 4 unaired scenes
  • "A Film by Kirk"
  • "International Success" featurette
  • On-screen fun facts viewing mode on episode 13
  • "Who Wants to Argue" shouting matches
  • Gilmore-isms booklet

Product Details

  • Actors: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Keiko Agena, Scott Patterson, Yanic Truesdale
  • Directors: Amy Sherman-Palladino, Chris Long, Danny Leiner, Dennis Erdman, Gail Mancuso
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, Closed-captioned, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: WB Television Network, The
  • DVD Release Date: December 7, 2004
  • Run Time: 976 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (256 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002Y4TOM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,898 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Gilmore Girls: Season 2 (Digipack Packaging)" on IMDb

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Funny, witty, charming, great characters, filled with pop-culture references.
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71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance Bernabo HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 9, 2004
Format: DVD
The second season of "Gilmore Girls" is when a lot of things did not happen to Lorelai Gilmore. It started with Lorelai not marrying Max ("Red Light on the Wedding Night") and ended with her not marrying Christopher ("I Can't Get Started"), but Sookie got married so at least there was some progress in that area, although the duo's plan to open an inn together hits a major roadblock ("The Ins and Outs of Inns"). Of course, the most important thing that did not happen to Lorelai was that she manages to really notice Luke despite the fact he is pretty much there in front of her every morning at the diner. Clearly the creators of "Gilmore Girls" remember what happened to "Moonlighting" once Dave and Maddie stopped bantering and started kissing and other things, so the agenda is to put off the inevitable for as long as possible. So even if it is obvious to everyone else in Stars Hollow (to wit, Emily), does not mean that Lorelai has a clue.

As for Rory, her junior year at Chilton has its ups and downs. and not just because of Paris. The ups would be "The Road Trip to Harvard" and making her society debut ("Presenting Lorelai Gilmore"), while the downside would be the rift between her and her grandfather because of Dean ("Sadie, Sadie") and the problems with Dean because of Jess ("There's the Rub" and "A-Tisket, A-Tasket"). If anything, the common denominator is to make sure that none of the Gilmore women are happy, which means Rory is mad at Lorelai for blaming Jess for the accident ("Help Wanted," Lorelai is mad at Emily for arranging their going to a spa together ("There's the Rub") and Emily is mad at Richard for quitting his job without consulting here ("The Bracebridge Dinner"). What? You thought Emily was going to be mad at Rory? Are you kidding?
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By C. Torres on August 26, 2004
Format: DVD
This was such a great season for Gilmore Girls... But this isnt a review I noticed the page for this item is seriously lacking in the information department so here is what I know.

The 22 episodes (976 mins) will be released in a 6 disc set with full frame (1.33:1) video, and English stereo audio (English, French, Spanish subtitles). The set also sports some interesting special features:

!Deleted Scenes

!International Success - a look at Gilmore Girls in various territories.

!A Film by Kirk

!Gilmore Goodies & Gossip: On-screen factiods appear during one episode

!Who Wants To Argue: A montage of season two's greatest fights
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83 of 92 people found the following review helpful By cyclista on November 2, 2004
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More proof that entertainment can be great even without a lot of heavy sexual overtones. Thanks, Warner Brothers. A brief episode guide:

01 Sadie, Sadie: Lorelai considers Max's wedding proposal.
02 Hammers and Veils: While Lorelai thinks about her wedding. Rory's extracurricular activities interfere with her romance with Dean.
03 Red Light on the Wedding Night: Sookie has a bachelorette party for Lorelai. Emily's stories make Lorelai think about what she really wants.
04 Road Trip to Harvard: Rory and Lorelai go on a road trip to Harvard University.
05 Nick & Nora/Sid& Nancy: Luke's teenaged nephew comes to live withhim.
06 Presenting Lorelai Gilmore: Emily asks Rory to make her debut at a Debutante Ball.
07 Like Mother, Like Daughter: Rory gets into an exclusive clique; Lorelai and Emily model matching outfits at a fashion show.
08 The Ins and Outs of Inns: Lorelai and Sookie decide to open their own inn.
09 Run Away, Little Boy: Rory is cast as Juliet in a class play and Dean is not happy about Tristin being selected to play Romeo.
10 The Bracebridge Dinner: When a blizzard causes a group to cancel for a historical dinner at the end, Lorelai invites friends to take their place.
11 Secrets and Loans: Lorelia doesn't have the money to treat her home for termits. Rory tells Emily, who offers a loan.
12 Richard in Stars Hollow: Richard tries to get used to retirement.
13 A-Tisket, A-Tasket: At a picnic basket auction, Jess outbids Dean for Rory's basket.
14 It Should've Been Lorelai: When Christopher shows up with a new girlfriend, Emily is upset that Lorelai and Christopher's relationship didn't work out.
15 Lost and Found: Rory loses the bracelet Dean made for her and accuses Jess.
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By S. Kaufman on September 4, 2004
Format: DVD
Ah, what to say about Gilmore Girls. Well I could gloat that this is "LIKE THE BEST SHOW EVER", but that would be childish. I could say it's changed my world, but then I'd be obsessive. I could, however, mention the way it puts a smile on my face whenever I watch it and luckily for me, that only sounds borderline crazy. Gilmore Girls is truly a magnificent show. It is smart, sophisticated, sweet, wholesome, crazy, and wildly entertaining. If you're not up to date with the Gilmore craze, it goes a little something like this. The show follows Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter Rory in their very small Connecticut town of Stars Hollow. The two are virtually insepearable and have an incredibly strong bond. Because Lorelai gave birth to Rory when she was only 16, they share a connection that leans more towards best friends than mother and daughter. They are both extremely witty, intelligent women who must survive the world one step at a time, all in the midst of their crazy town, where everyone knows each other- which makes keeping things private almost impossible. Season 2 introuduces bad-boy Jess, the nephew of Lorelai's secret love interest Luke, who takes a liking to Rory. Througout the season, Lorelai struggles between being with Max and Rory's father Christopher and the strained relationship with her parents. Meanwhile, Rory confronts her usual challenges at her private school, Chilton while facing the fear of life after high school. The season culminates in a lost love, a gained love and a few important relationships that could be changed forever. If you want something the whole family or just you can enjoy, laugh at, and love than Gilmore Girls Season 2 is perfect for you!Read more ›
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favorite episode?
Episode 16 entitled 'There's The Rub' in which Lorelai and Emily attend a health spa and they go out to a nice restaurant in which Emily dances with a stranger. It's one of the few episodes in which you really get to know Emily, and she's more human than in most of the others. One becomes more... Read More
Sep 4, 2008 by Conner Macleod |  See all 3 posts
Is there much sexual stuff?

If you find Gilmore Girls to have too much sex in it, you better stick to watching The Waltons and Little House on the Prairie.

Gilmore Girls is about as clean a show as you can find. Not everyone in the world is a saint, and who wants a show that is that sanitized?
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