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Gilmore Girls 7 Seasons 2006

Season 6
4.4 out of 5 stars (384) IMDb 8/10

Lorelai and Rory face their first serious estrangement from each other and Rory has left Yale. Rory's self-indulgent boyfriend, Logan (Matt Czuchry, The Good Wife, who becomes a series regular this season), is also convinced she's making a mistake.

Starring:
Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel
Original air date:
May 9, 2006

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1. New and Improved Lorelai

Thirty something Lorelai Gilmore and coffee shop owner Luke Danes begin making plans for their future, but Luke is embarrassed when word spreads that Lorelai was the one who proposed marriage.

CC TV-NR September 13, 2005 43 minutes
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2. Fight Face

Rory begins to work her 300 hours of community service and finds that life on a road crew is not pretty. Lorelai and Luke try to decide whether they will fix up Lorelai's home or buy the Twickham house, which Luke has always admired.

CC TV-NR September 20, 2005 43 minutes
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3. The Ungraduate

Excited to cater Lorelai's wedding, Sookie pressures Lorelai to set a date but cannot get her to commit. While completing her community service hours, Rory takes a job at Emily's DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) office.

CC TV-NR September 27, 2005 45 minutes
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4. Always a God Mother, Never a God

Lorelai misses Rory and tries to call her but soon discovers that her daughter's cell phone is no longer in service. Sookie asks Lorelai and Rory to be the godparents to her two children.

CC TV-NR October 4, 2005 45 minutes
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5. We've Got Magic to Do

Rory does a fabulous job organizing a big DAR bash for Emily. However, at the party, Richard confronts Logan's father, Mitchum Huntzberger, while Emily has an even uglier confrontation with Logan's mother, Shria.

CC TV-NR October 11, 2005 45 minutes
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6. Welcome to the Dollhouse

Richard tries to gather information from Logan about Rory's future plans, but Logan mistakenly thinks that Richard is asking when he plans to marry Rory.

CC TV-NR October 18, 2005 44 minutes
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7. Twenty-One is the Loneliest Number

As Rory's 21st birthday approaches, both Lorelai and Rory are saddened that their estrangement will keep them from spending the day the way they had always planned.

CC TV-NR October 25, 2005 44 minutes
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8. Let Me Hear Your Balalaikas Ringing Out

Rory is pleasantly surprised when her former boyfriend Jess (recurring guest star MILO VENTIMIGLIA - "The Bedford Diaries") appears at her grandparents' house and reveals an amazing development in his life.

CC TV-NR November 8, 2005 45 minutes
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9. The Prodigal Daughter Returns

A surprise phone call from Rory's dad illuminates issues of trust between Lorelai and Luke. Later, when a person from his past shows up in Stars Hollow, Luke has no idea how to tell Lorelai.

CC TV-NR November 15, 2005 44 minutes
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10. He's Slippin' Him Bread...Dig?

After a long absence, Christopher Haden, Rory's father, reappears in the lives of Lorelai and Rory. Luke struggles with what the presence of Christopher will mean to him and his relationship with Lorelai.

CC TV-NR November 22, 2005 42 minutes
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11. The Perfect Dress

Feeling that he has missed too much and wants to get to know his newly discovered daughter, Luke goes to have a talk with her mother, his former girlfriend Anna Nardini (recurring guest star SHERILYN FENN - "Twin Peaks").

CC TV-NR January 10, 2006 44 minutes
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12. Just Like Gwen and Gavin

Knowing he has let too much time go by, Luke is still unable to tell Lorelai about the existence of his 12-year-old daughter, April (recurring guest star VANESSA MARANO), and he is thrown into a panic when April wants to hang out with him at the diner.

CC TV-NR January 17, 2006 44 minutes
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13. Friday Night's Alright for Fighting

While Luke deals with the reality of having his daughter, April (recurring guest star VANESSA MARANO), in his life, Lorelai tries to pretend she doesn't mind the repercussions the new situation is having on their engagement.

CC TV-NR January 31, 2006 45 minutes
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14. You've Been Gilmored

Wanting to get to know her future son-in-law better, Emily asks Lorelai to invite Luke over for dinner. In order to avoid an argument, Lorelai purposely fails to mention that the wedding has been postponed.

CC TV-NR February 7, 2006 42 minutes
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15. A Vineyard Valentine

As Valentine's Day approaches, Rory and Logan invite Lorelai and Luke to spend a weekend with them at Logan's family house on Martha's Vineyard. Rory and Logan have a wonderful time, but Lorelai is upset by Luke's unfriendly attitude towards Logan.

CC TV-NR February 14, 2006 42 minutes
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16. Bridesmaids Revisited

Proud parents Lorelai and Christopher attend a journalism panel at Yale, where Rory dazzles the crowd. Afterwards, Lorelai offers to help Christopher by baby-sitting his 4-year-old daughter and is horrified by the toddler's terrible behavior.

CC TV-NR February 28, 2006 44 minutes
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17. I'm OK, You're OK

After forgiving Logan for his indiscretions, Rory needs some time for herself, so she visits Lorelai in Stars Hollow.

CC TV-NR April 4, 2006 44 minutes
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18. The Real Paul Anka

Meanwhile, although Rory and Logan are back together, Logan is miserable knowing that Rory hasn't really forgiven him, and he takes off with his friends for another stunt with the Life and Death Brigade.

CC TV-NR April 11, 2006 41 minutes
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19. I Get a Sidekick out of You

On the night before Lane and Zach get married, Lorelai and Rory's plans for a bachelorette party go awry, as do the plans made by Zach's buddies, so the two groups end up together for a makeshift party in a vacant parking lot.

CC TV-NR April 18, 2006 45 minutes
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20. Super Cool Party People

When Luke prepares a birthday party for April (recurring guest star VANESSA MARANO) at the diner, Lorelai volunteers to help but is hurt after Luke explains that he still thinks it's too soon for April and Lorelai to meet.

CC TV-NR April 25, 2006 43 minutes
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21. Driving Miss Gilmore

Temporarily unable to see after minor eye surgery, Emily enlists Lorelai's help as her driver and companion, finally revealing a surprise that catches Lorelai completely off guard.

CC TV-NR May 2, 2006 45 minutes
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22. Partings

On the evening of Logan's graduation from Yale, Rory throws him a wild party, but the knowledge that he is being forced to leave for London the next day makes their time together bittersweet.

CC TV-NR May 9, 2006 45 minutes
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Lorelai Gilmore, as played by the wonderful Lauren Graham, is usually the merriest of characters, a wellspring of fun and laughter. However, in this sixth season of "Gilmore Girls" she is forced to cope with levels of disappointment and heartache unprecedented in the show's history. The first half of the season Lorelai is estranged from her usually "freakishly close" daughter, Rory (angelic Alexis Bledel); and in the second half she watches in anguish as her fiance and soulmate Luke (Scott Patterson) slips away from her.

Some fans of the series were upset by the Lorelai's rift (including reportedly Graham herself) but I thought it was a daring move by the writers. Rory has always been a little too good to be entirely believable, and it was interesting to watch Bledel's fine work at displaying Rory's bafflement in screwing up her life. Graham also shone as she showed Lorelai's stoicism and trademark mental toughness as well as the grief lurking underneath. When the reconciliation finally came it was a classic Gilmore moment.

The revelation of Luke's long-lost daughter was derided by many as a "Cousin Oliver" moment, and I had problems myself with the haphazard plot mechanics. But the emotional content of the storyline rang true. Scott Patterson was touching as a man clearly in over his head, and once again Graham was heartrending as Lorelai desperately tried to hang on. This season the many, many laughs were balanced by a lot of tears and some viewers didn't like it. But if you view this season as part of the journey and not the final destination I think you will get a better perspective. We all await with some trepidation a new season without the Palladinos, but given the set-up of this eventful sixth season the next could be fascinating.
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I have been a fan of the 'Gilmore Girls' since the second episode of the series (I never saw the pilot until the DVD release), and ever since that episode I had been hooked into this wonderful, magical, comedic, and heartfilled world with these characters.

Season six starts off on a much different note, taking the show in a direction that it has never been: What would things be like if Lorelai and Rory where no longer friends, and never spoke? After the rift between mother and daughter at the end of the fifth season, Rory dropped out of Yale and moved in with her Grandparents, aliennating her mother, who was eccentially at a loss for words on the entire subject.

Trying to make up for each other's loss Rory starts to go down a path of wallowing and denial as her relationship with Logan gets more and more serious. Lorelai on the otherhand has a wedding to plan and a new dog to take care off.
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First, I'm not a kid, but I don't want my personal details attached to this review. Having said that, I didn't particularly care for where the show went in this season. I think that the quality of the writing seriously decreased since season 5.

Having said that, I find serious faults with this DVD release:

1. Instead of the book style of the previous five seasons, wherein each disc has it's own plastic "page", this set has the six discs on three pages, with two overlapping discs per page. This makes it incredibly frustrating when taking out or putting back the bottom disc of each page (because you have to take out both discs, then put the top disc back).

2. There are NO ENGLISH SUBTITLES! I used this feature quite often in the previous five seasons for two primary reasons: a) because the characters talk so fast, it's sometimes hard for me to understand them; and b) because it's hard for me to understand Michel. Warner Bros apparently decided in their infinite wisdom to only include French and Spanish subtitles on this season.

3. On the fourth (last) episode of Disc 3, you will notice a serious degradation of quality. During the second chapter of the episode (right after the opening credits; 2:15:30 into the disc, which is 1:49 into chapter 23), you will notice the color get much darker and the quality will drop. It's almost as if someone turned a light off during the filming.

4. There are NO SPECIAL FEATURES! In each of the previous five seasons, there have been special features -- deleted scenes, featurettes, facts/trivia, etc. In this season, there is nothing. It's as if Warner Bros decided that it wasn't worthwhile to put any time or effort into this DVD set.

All-in-all, I'm quite unhappy about this purchase.
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