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As the Emmy®-winning series featuring a strong and loving mother-daughter relationship reaches its seventh and final season, Lorelai and Rory turn to each other for support. Will their relationships and dreams come to fruition? With a colorful cast of characters, life in Stars Hollow is anything but dull. As the season unfolds, Lorelai's relationship with Luke may be over now that she has let Christopher (recurring guest star David Sutcliffe), Rory's father, come between them again. Even so, Lorelai and Luke still have to coexist in tiny, close-knit Stars Hollow with the town's watchful eyes on them and their charged history. Meanwhile, Rory will attempt to keep her long-distance romance with Logan alive, even though communication has never been their strong suit, and London is far away. Rory now begins her senior year at Yale and continues as the editor of the Yale daily paper. Recurring guest stars this season include Sherilyn Fenn, Vanessa Marano, Krysten Ritter and Michael DeLuise.]]>
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There really isn't another show quite like THE GILMORE GIRLS. No other series so thoroughly dedicated to words. There are no doubt other series with great talk: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER definitely comes to mind. But no other show that I know put language and witty talk so completely at the heart of what it was trying to do. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said that she was inspired by great Hollywood comedies like the Thin Man series and HIS GIRL FRIDAY (one of the few films where the characters talked faster than they did on THE GILMORE GIRLS). And for five absolutely brilliant and one less than brilliant season the show was magical beyond any reasonable expectation. Then came Season Seven. I still watched with great interest. Well, until the marriage to Chris part (I asked a friend to tell me when Lorelei and Chris busted up and stayed away until they did). Season Seven was not a truly awful season. There were still many great moments during the year, including an absolutely splendid series finale, but by the end the show was having fewer and fewer of those wonderful moments that made it so special.
One major reason Season Seven struggled so much was the absence of the show's guiding genius. During contract negotiations at the end of Season Six, the WB offered Amy and her co-producer husband Daniel Palladino a one-year contract. She wanted the respect to be offered a two-year contract. The WB refused to budge and she and Daniel left the show. Since the two of them had either written or directed separately or together the bulk of the episodes on the show, the loss was irreparable. The show was built mainly around great talk, but what happens when the person most responsible for that talk leaves?Read more ›
Growing up with the Gilmore Girls has been such a pleasure and I cannot wait for the day when I can re-watch the series with my daughter and relive all that funny banter, crazy town meetings and just all the wonderfully unique characters...I think Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson will go down as having some of the best chemistry on TV as we watched their love grow and Alexis Bledel has a great future ahead. I think I will instinctively follow these actors around and continue to see their new work, how could I not? After seven grateful years I feel like I know them, and as the song goes, "Where you lead I will follow..." Thank you Gilmore Girls for such a wonder journey! You will be missed!
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I would think these are pirated. Many episodes have no audio.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love this tv show!!!! I wish it was still on! The quality was great and the sound was fantastic.Published 23 days ago by S Hudson
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|Does season 7 have DVD extras?||
I doubt it. It seems like all of the extras were due to the Palladinos. I suspect it will be like the Season 6 DVD--sadly.
Aug 1, 2007 by Lexibug | See all 5 posts
The press release lists English subtitles:
Gilmore Girls: The Complete Seventh Season
Price: $59.98 SRP
Street Date: November 13, 2007
Order Due Date: October 9, 2007
Subtitles: French, Spanish
English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ESDH)
EC includes ESDH
Running... Read More
Oct 30, 2007 by Wezzo | See all 2 posts
|When is Season 7 going to be released on DVD?||
The final episodes aired in the US on May 15th, 2007.
The DVD has yet to be announced, but since their is no season 8 to prep for the DVDs are expected around xmas time - at the earliest.
Jul 4, 2007 by Amazon Customer | See all 7 posts
Yes, all the seasons of Gilmore Girls have Spanish subtitles ^_^
Jan 30, 2008 by InakiO | See all 3 posts
|luke and lorali||
Luke and Lorelai get back together at the end of the series and Logan and Rory break up when she says she doesnt want to get married yet (she goes to cover the Obama campaign and he moves to California)
Jul 14, 2010 by Thoughts from the Grasslands | See all 2 posts
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