I go through moods of intense rewatching. Sometimes it's VPR, or old seasons of RHONY, that are just on repeat. But lately, I have been finding so much comfort in my Gilmore Girlies. I have it on all the time. While I'm cooking, cleaning, reading, working. I can't seem to stop. I start quoting it, even in scenes that arent necessarily quotable.
I need a new show to get into, one that is comfy cozy, funny, basically Gilmore Girls. Someone HELP.
What do you rewatch over and over?
Last week, my dear friend and co-host Samantha Bush and I got down to it and took on Gilmore girls in a special episode of Shortcomings. And we barely scratched the surface! To me, Gilmore girls is the rare show where watching it feels like reading a book. The characters have all the charm of Jane Austen, but the familial and romantic drama is circular and never ending like one of that Tolstoy book I never finished.
So I want to get into it...what are some of your favorite Gilmore moments? I have been thinking a lot about Paris' meltdown after she sleeps with Jamie and doesn't get into Harvard. Where tf is Liza Weil's Emmy? And, of course, I am always thinking of Lorelei's monologue to Luke in the season 2 premiere. I guess I am in a downer mood. Life me up with funny GG moments!
So I watch a lot of Gilmore Girls, and I mean a lot, it is basically always on and I just want to drop some random thoughts I have.
- Emily was never wrong. She was right to throw that all-boy Yale party for Rory, she was right to be upset that Lorelei never told her about the engagement with Max, I mean the list goes on and on.
-Christopher and Lorelei are end game.
-LANE DESERVED BETTER. Just as a whole I think she deserved so much better than getting pregnant and married to Zach... I wanted her to be with someone deserving of her!
-Lorelei ran Max ragged and then terrorized him at Chilton.
-Lindsay's mom was right to cuss out Rory and Lorelei in the town square.
-Rory lost her mind when she cut her hair much like Carole Radziwill.
-Jess was mean to everyone but Rory and that is a horrible quality in a SO.
Wow after so many years together Im kinda shook that they are no more. It took them a while to go public. She did kinda reveal they had never taken an extended time away from each other on the Ellen show last year so I feel like that’s probably what triggered it.
Was there a singular moment when you realized Rory was terrible? For me, cheating with Dean was bad, but she really took a turn for the worst when she moved in with Emily.