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Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls

Free-spirited Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) hasn’t always made the best choices in her life; but since she became a mother at the young age of sixteen, she’s made sure that her daughter, Lorelai “Rory” Gilmore (Alexis Bledel), doesn’t make the same mistakes that she has. However, that may be hard to do since Rory is the spiting image of her mother -- from their mutual love of coffee to their vast pop culture knowledge -- and are each other’s best friend in the world. Rory, however, is more serious while Lorelai still has the heart of a teenager, but you can see a piece of Lorelai in everything Rory does.

Since Rory was born, the two have been everything to each other. Lorelai’s decision to raise Rory alone without the help of her wealthy parents, Richard (Edward Herrmann) and Emily (Kelly Bishop), caused a rift between them that has been slow to heal. Lorelai single-handedly made a comfortable life for her and Rory through her job as a successful manager at a local inn, a job that her parents are not fond of. But when Rory was accepted to a highly prestigious private high school, Lorelai was forced to reconnect with her parents in order to pay the tuition needed for Rory to attend the school.

Lorelai and Rory live in the small town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, and each of the 9,973 citizens have their own unique set of quirks. Here, Rory met her best friend Lane (Keiko Agena), a Korean girl brought up in a strict, religious household, but has a secret passion for all things music. Lorelai instantly bonded with Sookie St. James (Melissa McCarthy) as a close friend and business partner. Together, Sookie and Lorelai opened The Dragonfly Inn and continue to run it together. Luke Danes (Scott Patterson) is the local diner owner who has always had his eye on Lorelai, but is hesitant and guarded when it comes to romance. Other citizens include Michel Gerard (Yanic Truesdale), the health conscious concierge at the inn; Paris Gellar (Liza Weil), Rory’s roommate and former arch-nemesis; and Kirk Gleason (Sean Gunn) a quirky, yet lovable character.

As the series came to a close after seven seasons, Rory must deal with the realization that her time at Yale is nearing its end and has to begin preparing for her future in the real world while Lorelai adjusts to the radical changes in her romantic life. But despite all of the ups and downs Rory and Lorelai face, the Gilmore girls will always be the best of friends, despite their ever-changing lives.

Episode Info

Final: 7x22 -- Bon Voyage (May/15/2007)

As Rory rejoices after landing her dream job, Luke gets the residents of Stars Hollow together to throw Rory a grand graduation party. Emily and Richard are in attendance and listen teary-eyed with the rest of the guests as Rory gives a speech thanking Lorelai and everyone else for their support. Luke's thoughtfulness and kind gestures for Rory result in an unexpected reaction from Lorelai. Later, the morning that Rory leaves Stars Hollow, Luke opens the diner early for one last Gilmore girls diner breakfast before Rory heads out into the world as a political journalist.
Lauren GrahamLauren Graham
As Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis BledelAlexis Bledel
As Rory Gilmore
Melissa McCarthyMelissa McCarthy
As Sookie St. James
Scott PattersonScott Patterson
As Luke Danes
Edward HerrmannEdward Herrmann
As Richard Gilmore
Keiko AgenaKeiko Agena
As Lane Kim
Kelly BishopKelly Bishop
As Emily Gilmore
Yanic TruesdaleYanic Truesdale
As Michel Gerard
Liza WeilLiza Weil
As Paris Gellar (S02-S07, recurring previously)
Matt CzuchryMatt Czuchry
As Logan Huntzberger (S06-S07, recurring previously)



Reviews: 57
Here's Why Gilmore Girls is My Favorite Show:Rating: 4 likes, 0 dislikes

It's rare that a pilot episode grabs me and ends up keeping me hooked for a series run, but in the case of Gilmore Girls, I was hooked after the first scene. I stumbled upon Gilmore Girls by pure happenstance and immediately fell in love with the premise of the series. After seeing the pilot, I couldn't get enough of the quick wit and rapid dialog full of pop-culture references, sprinkled with family drama that I easily related to. Like Lorelai, I too am a single mother and seeing a strong, confident single mother as the main character was something that you don't see in your typical television series. And for the helpless romantic in all of us, the series is chock full of relationship drama that keeps you on the edge of your seat, hoping that Luke and Lorelai will finally be together or that Rory will finally be with the boy of her dreams. Read more

Review posted on Sunday, February 11th 2007 at 9:33 pm

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7x20: Lorelai? Lorelai? recap: Rory is in class at Chilton when she’s informed that there’s been a mistake and she has to leave. She walks out of the classroom and into the front door of her home. Lorelai comes down the stairs and tells her that she’s leaving for Hawaii and doesn’t have time to talk. Lorelai runs out the door and Rory walks into the kitchen. There she finds Paris and Doyle eating breakfast with their two kids. Paris asks Rory why she’s here, and Doyle, thinking she needs money, hands her some cash. Paris hands Rory a long stick and a trash bag and tells her she better get to work. Rory jolts awake from her nightmare... read more.

7x14: Farewell, My Pet recap: Lorelai, Rory and Emily are waking with Richard around the hospital. Emily is catching Richard up on all of the social events and gossip that he’s missed. Richard talks to Rory about the class that he taught and Rory tells everyone that she wants to spend the next week with Richard in the hospital and return to Yale the following week. Everyone tells her that it’s a bad idea and Lorelai talks her into going back this week... read more.

1x2: The Lorelais' First Day at Chilton recap: Rory is eating whipped cream from the can as Lorelai paints Rory's toenails. Rory asks why Lorelai is insisting on painting her toes. Lorelai explains that Rory is starting private school and that "everyone knows that private-school girls are bad. And bad girls wear red nail polish." Lane runs up carrying the new XTC album, Apple Venus Volume 2. Lorelai jumps up and runs into the house with Lane. Rory complains about her half-finished paint job while Lane and Lorelai are dancing on the other side of the window... read more.
Recurring Guests

Liz Torres as Miss Patty (78 eps)
Jackson Douglas as Jackson Melville (54 eps)
Michael Winters as Taylor Doose (53 eps)
Sally Struthers as Babette Dell (52 eps)
Todd Lowe as Zach (42 eps)
Emily Kuroda as Mrs. Kim (41 eps)
David Sutcliffe as Christopher Hayden (37 eps)
Teal Redmann as Louise Grant (33 eps)
John Cabrera as Brian (32 eps)
Shelly Cole as Madeline Lynn (31 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CW ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 05, 2000
Ended: May 15, 2007
Where You Lead I Will Follow by Carole King & Louise Goffin  
• Die Gilmore Girls (Used In Germany)
• Gilmore'i tüdrukud (Used In Estonia)
• Gilmoren tytöt (Used In Finland)
• Gilmoro merginos (Used In Lithuania)
• Gilmorova děvčata (Used In Czech Republic)
• Kochane klopoty (Used In Poland)
• Las Chicas Gilmore (Used In Spain)
• Oikogeneia Gilmore (Used In Greece)
• Szívek szállodája (Used In Hungary)
• Tal Mãe, Tal Filha (Used In Brazil)
• The Gilmore Girls (Used In France)
• The Gilmore Way (Working Title)
• Una Mamma per Amica (Used In Italy)
• Ženy z rodu Gilmorovcov (Used In Slovakia (Slovak Republic))
• בנות גילמור (Used In Israel)
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