TV 411: A few words on the Gilmore Girls

Genres: contemporary, drama

With an unexpected week off from school, I was debating what I wanted to occupy my free time with. Do I read? Catch up on TV? Check out a few movies? I had a wide spread of options and I was indecisive, so … I did them all!

But, I’m going to focus on one of my Top 5 favorite TV shows of all time. The Gilmore Girls.

On air from 2000 to 2007, premiering in my upperclassmen years of high school, I was only able to catch episodes between soccer practice and waitressing at my family’s restaurant before life snatched me up and I wasn’t able to catch any.

With Netflix finally streaming it, I’m happy to catch up. And you know what? I miss this kind of TV drama/comedy/or whatever category this show would fall into (because I think it has a good blend of everything except mystery and crime 😉 ). What I love the most about Gilmore Girls is their dialogue. I would love to meet some of the writers of the show just to tell them thank you. Thank you for the witty conversations and those zinger of one-liners.

I’m into Season 4, episode 21, so I haven’t really met Logan yet and I’m just to the part where Lorelai and Luke are finally seeing each other that way. I know about these story arcs, but I’m finally getting to see them unfold and love it.

So, thank you Netflix, for streaming this series and allowing me to finally catch up!


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