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Rory lands her dream job as a political reporter in Ohio. Luke enlists the help of everyone in Stars Hollow to throw her a graduation party in order to say goodbye. Luke's thoughtfulness brings out a long-awaited reaction from Lorelai.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 488 votes.
Rory finally learns her mother can't afford to buy the Dragonfly Inn since financial aid for Yale didn't come through. Luke has second thoughts about a trip with Nicole after something Lorelai tells him. Jess makes silent contact with Rory.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 446 votes.
The Dragonfly Inn approaches opening day. Rory and Dean take a major step forward in their relationship, to Lorelei's dismay. Two suitors go after Lorelai.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 464 votes.
Lorelai and Sookie explore ways to ease their financial crunch and raise money to pay their construction crew, one of whom is now Dean. Rory is distraught when one of her professors tells her to drop a class because she can't handle her course load.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 423 votes.
Emily demands that Lorelai bring her new boyfriend to dinner so that they can get reacquainted. Logan encourages Rory to participate in a mysterious event.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 449 votes.
While Luke deals with the reality of having April in his life, Lorelai tries to pretend she doesn't mind the repercussions the new situation is having on their engagement. Rory's concern over Paris' lack of management skills at the Yale Daily News finally reaches a crisis point. The subsequent Friday night dinner erupts into an emotional confrontation where all four Gilmores finally get their issues out on the table.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 428 votes.
During dinner at her mother's, Lorelai finds out that not only is there a formal dance at Chilton, but that Rory doesn't want to go. Eventually Lane prods Rory into asking Dean to go, and she nervously does so, creating tensions between Emily and Lorelai.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 552 votes.
When Richard and Emily return from their second honeymoon, Rory attends Friday-night dinner without Lorelai, who refuses to speak to her mother or see her, and plans a girls' night out with Sookie instead. Meanwhile, Luke, who's miserable without Lorelai, takes his anger out on his customers. Meanwhile, Lane has a horrific realization about her mother's inluence.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 433 votes.
Sherry goes into labor with only Lorelai and Rory for company. Lorelai reminisces about her pregnancy and Rory's birth. The war between Paris and Rory continues when Paris picks a photo of the "Franklin" staff for the yearbook that has the worst possible shot of Rory.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 450 votes.
Rachel makes an important decision after she becomes convinced that despite his protests, Luke is in love with Lorelei. Rory finally manages to talk to Dean about her feelings.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 500 votes.
While Luke is willing to lend Lorelai his truck to help Rory move into her dorm, he's not too thrilled when the project turns out to take all day. Rory meets her new roommates.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 462 votes.
After getting into a science camp, April tells Luke that she cannot go on the boating trip with him over the summer. Zach is asked to go on tour with another band. A drunk Lorelai serenades Luke at Karaoke night. Logan gets a job in San Francisco.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 407 votes.
It's Rory's birthday, and her grandmother and mother each plan a party representative of their respective styles.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 570 votes.
Luke becomes jealous when Lorelai receives a phone call from Christopher. After Rory moves into Lane's apartment, re-enrolls in Yale, and scores herself a job, Rory and Lorelai take the first steps towards reconciliation.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 430 votes.
Sookie's wedding draws near, and both bride and groom are getting frazzled. After Christopher comes to town and confesses that his relationship with Sherrie is over, he and Lorelai rekindle their relationship.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 448 votes.
Rory gets her excited about attending her mother's college graduation ceremony and secretly invites Richard and Emily, despite Lorelai's assertion that they'd never agree to attend.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 454 votes.
At Rory's graduation party at her grandparent's house, Logan proposes to her, catching Rory off-guard.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 416 votes.
Emily and Richard renew their vows in front of 100's of their closest friends with Lorelai as Emily's Maid of Honor, and Rory as Richard's Best Man. Luke gets in a fight with Christopher over Lorelai. Logan comes to the ceremony with a girl that looks like his girlfriend, and Rory gets jealous.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 429 votes.
Things are still testy between Lorelai and Rory, and Rory's refusal to discuss the Dean situation causes Lorelai anguish. Emily decides to go to Europe and invites Rory to accompany her.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 460 votes.
Lorelai and Rory decide to play hooky and go window shopping in the mall, where they run into Emily in the middle of a shopping binge meltdown.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Gilmore Girls from 421 votes.
Last updated: apr 20, 2021
I watched this show when at its original air date and I'm re watching in Netflix because it is one of the most funny, corky, simple, fascinating and brilliant shows that has ever been made. The writing is extraordinary and the acting too. It will give you so many people to love and a whole world that you can feel both it's so realistic yet it's magical and fantastic. I could watch it for ever and feel good.
I could keep on watching this show over and over again. That's why I'm starting again tonight, for like the 6th time.
There is going to be a new season- I hope this gets updated on Trakt.
I’ve watched this show about 26273891 times and it definitely has a special place in my heart. The characters are so unique and instantly make you want to live in stars hollow as well. The first two seasons are by far the best ones. As the seasons go on you sometimes can’t relate to the decisions Lorelai and Rory make and even after knowing what’s going to happen I always get so frustrated by what they are doing. Some fights are just so unnecessary and definitely didn’t have to happen [spoiler] e.g. the whole April thing, Jess leaving, Christopher ALWAYS coming back) [/spoiler]The show would’ve been better without them. But I still love it so much, it’s a cozy feel good show (at least when Christopher’s not around, ugh I hate this man). Team jess forever
Some final *Gilmore Girls* thoughts after finishing the whole series... **The Show’s Biggest Strength**: Relationships. At its best, Gilmore Girls knows its characters, and digs into the complicated web of past and present that ties them altogether or splits them apart. Whether they’re sturdy or frayed, its exploration of those connections is always good. **The Show’s Biggest Weakness**: Plotting. While the show’s quite good at telling individual stories within episodes, a lot of the time it’s decisions to bring people together or break them apart, or to cause a major life change for a character, are convenient and/or unsatisfying. **Favorite Character**: Emily Gilmore. What a fascinating, complicated character Emily is. She’s someone who loves her family, but tries to express it in ways that can often repel them, who believes in a certain sense of what’s right and proper but often forced to confront things that don’t fit that mold, and who projects an image of strength and dignity but who can secretly be an open wound. So many layers to her, each more interesting than the last. **Least Favorite Character**: Zack. He’s the rare character who’s both unpleasant to spend time with, and who negatively affects things plot-wise. He’s not only a jerk who doesn’t really show an inkling of reforming until the kids are born, but he’s also an anchor around poor Lane’s neck. **Favorite Season**: Season 2. This was a tough one, but I think this is where the show had fully-honed its voice, while still being able to capitalize on the original premise. I’m not a big fan of the Rory-Dean-Jess love triangle, but I think this is the season with the overall richest exploration of Lorelai’s relationship with her parents (my favorite element of the show) and to a lesser extent with Rory. **Least Favorite Season**: Season 6. There’s still some good in it, but the characters stop acting like themselves, the plotting is arguably nonsensical, and it feels like the soul of the show starts to dissipate. **What Team?**: Team Logan. Dean is a prop, and Jess went from being a bad match for Rory to being too good for her. That leaves Logan (or, alternatively, being Team “Rory Finds Someone Else”). Admittedly, the revival threw a monkey wrench into this for me, and I wouldn’t necessarily want my kid to end up with Logan, but I still think he’s the best fit for Rory in terms of being someone who cares for her, is up front with her, but also pushes her. **Odds and ends**: (1.) You win, guys. Once Paris stopped being pointlessly vindictive to Rory, she became one of my favorites. (2.) The show’s good at mid-season “event” episodes but bad at season finales. (3.) How in the hell did Kelly Bishop and Lauren Graham never win major awards for these roles? They were both amazing performers who sold the comedy and the drama like champs every time.
watching this is like watching cute paint dry (it's cute, but it's also just paint drying)
Gilmore Girls gave me cancer.
I had forgotten how utterly witty and charming this show is. So glad Netflix added it to instant streaming so I can binge the entire series again (though I will miss watching it with my mother this time around). The beginning seasons were definitely better, but it held through all the way to the end.
Don't get the appeal for this show. Sure, there is chemistry between the actors, but I was extremely annoyed with the show. It portrays trivial things as problems to the "protagonists", but to me it just comes off as being extremely snobbish. For example (Spoilers ahead), Rory's grandfather tries to use his influence to get her into Yale. Both Rory and her mother make a huge deal out of this, saying she wants to go Harvard (something which the show has hammered into our brains time and time again). But then, Rory turns around and joins Yale anyway. Also, she is the poster child of entitlement. She hardly does any journalistic work and is surprised when she is told she won't succeed? Also, she talks about having soooo many problems, like: Oh no! I have to choose between Harvard and Yale! Such hard choices! It's not like both are excellent colleges! Oh no! Look at my hard life! I only have one pair of ultra-rich grandparents who live in a mansion and are willing to finance me for almost anything I want to do! Oh no! My mom lets me do basically whatever I want! So many problems. Add to that terrible portrayals of people from other cultures and sexual orientations, and you got yourself a terrible show. Now, many of you may like it, and that's perfectly fine. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. According to me, you should skip this. Sometimes, taking out your nostalgic goggles can help you see the terrible quality of the show.
Ma série préférée depuis longtemps et pour toujours ! Les personnages sont drôles et attachants ! Mère et fille ont beaucoup de culture, c'est même parfois difficile de les suivre x). J'ai hâte de voir les 4 épisodes produits par Netflix ! Quelle grande réunion !
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