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Classic TV Quotes: Gilmore Girls Season two

Gilmore Girls returned in 2001 with a second season that opened with Lorelai accepting Max's proposal. Fans of course knew this wasn't go to last, as the only wedding during season two would be between Sookie and Jackson in the finale. Season two also introduced us to Luke's bad boy nephew, Jess, and a potential thorn in her relationship with Dean. There were also plenty more major changes including Richard quitting his job and starting a consulting company, Lorelai graduating business school and discussing her plans to start her own Inn, and even Christopher returning multiple times. To Read More Click Here .

Classic TV Quotes: Gilmore Girls Season One

With its fast dialogue and endless run-on sentences loaded with pop culture references and political-social commentary, what Classic TV Quotes segment would be complete without Gilmore Girls? Lorelai and her daughter Rory gave us seven seasons of entertainment that even made Time's "100 Best TV Shows of All Time." The best we can do for Amy Sherman-Palladino's classic? We've compiled over 600 quotes from season one for you to browse and vote for your favorites. Until we're lucky enough to get a Gilmore Girls movie, that's what you're going to have to settle with. To Read More Click Here .

Love Love Love

I love this show. Its such an awesome girly show, full of drama and excitement, you just dont know what is going to happen next! Its a great show for all you girly girls out there, who just want to chill out with the girls, and watch a time fulfilling show.

Crap Pants

I had been waiting for this movie for quite a while, and after I heard that it wasn't airing in Australia but instead going straight to DVD (aka the movie was pretty bad so we're just ushering it stylishly out of the big screen) I decided to watch it on the internet. I ashamedly loved the first movie, and was super excited to watch the next one even though i heard that they were squeezing 2,3 and 4 into one movie, still EXCITED!!! Then i watched the movie. And jeeeish, yeah it was pretty bad, at one point I wanted to skip bits and even began returning to my books to finish studying ( I KNOW, DISGRACEFUL). I won't give away too much of the disasterous plot, the lame jokes, the massacre of the books or the triple helping of cheese that we got. What I will say is that D-A-M-N the boys were goodlooking, so for if nothing else but being a devoted sister of the sisterhood, perve on some of the eye-candy oh and you can also ruse boys into watching it too for the chicks.... 1.5 out of 5 berries for me. Agree?

Loved It...

I just finished watching the whole series and I loved it... but after when Rory sleeps with Dean it kinda changed it for me coz part of Rory's character was that she was so innocent which was a bit of a let down for me for the rest of the series.Of course I fell in love with each of the main men in rory's life, but then again who didn't! Overall I loved it and I'm really wishing it didn't end!

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very good

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After finally watching all seven series of Gilmore Girls I think overall it was a great series. I think it needed to end when it did as the story line would have been boring with Rory off being a journalist. On the other hand I would like to have seen the progression of Luke and Lorelai's relationship. The series final was fantastic as well as a tear jerker (as usual) and Gilmore Girls is a show that I will always miss. On a negative note, I thought series four and five were a bit boring compared to the other seasons and it seemed a bit repetitive.

Has the Mighty fallen?

Gilmore girls season 1,2,3 were absoultely fantastic, no question, however season 4, I think, really let them down. So did 5, especially for Rory. Her character lacked plot, for example, bringing back Dean, only to break up with him 5 episodes later. I loved the ending, but it annoyed me incredibly about the Luke 'n' Lorelai, just get together, again, again !!!!

2nd half reply

if you scroll down the page there is a link for the second half. Its not very obvious it just has the number 1 and 2 next to each other. hope this helps.

Wheres the second half?

I am really confused the 6th seasons episodes don't have the 2nd half attached. So I can only watch the 1st 30 mins of the show and then I have to move on to the next episode. Its really bothering me. Other than that I really like Gilmore Girls. A lot of people say they dont like the way they talk on the show but I have never had a problem with it, it has always been just a part of Rory and her mom knowing each other so well. If anyone can explain the missing parts thanks.