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1  Gilmore Girls / General Discussion / Re: Reading Thread - Cause it's still sexy! on: May 20, 2007, 07:58:35 pm
Count me as a Stephanie Plum fan.  Like Gilmore Girls that you can't watch just once, you can't read just once.  I am torn between Joe and Ranger.  I never had that problem with Luke and Christopher
2  Gilmore Girls / General Discussion / Re: What other TV shows do GG fans watch? on: May 18, 2007, 09:22:57 pm
I watch Heroes, Deal or No Deal and Yankee baseball
3  Gilmore Girls / Show and Cast Member News / Re: It's Here: Lauren Graham's Final Gilmore Girls Interview - 05.06.07 on: May 06, 2007, 09:23:36 pm
Do you think Luke and Lorelai fans will be satisfied with how things end?
Graham: Yeah. You know, the other thing I felt strongly about is that this is a show that is ultimately about these girls. It started with this mother-daughter relationship, and we haven't been a show where big events happen, so I always worried that there would be some pressure to… (Laughs) My extreme example was always, "Double wedding! If the show ends with a double ending I don't know what I'm going to do!" I just didn't want there to be a big event, but there's definitely a DIRECTION that I think will be satisfying.

Were you surprised at how reluctant fans were to let Luke and Lorelai go when she went off and married Christopher this season?
Graham: Well, it was a tough story to follow. We got married really impulsively. I just always wanted [the Luke/Lorelai/Christopher triangle] to be as complex as it can be so that there wasn't an obvious choice. It's like when you go see some romantic comedy movie and you're like, "Well, OBVIOUSLY she shouldn't be with THAT guy." They make it too easy. I just sort of wanted them to write Christopher in a way that made it a real love triangle. But everything happened so fast. But the Luke and Lorelai story is where the show started, so, to me, that's just an indication that the fans have really been invested. That SHOULD be the thing they're rooting for, because that's what the show set up. That makes complete sense.

I agree with not ending with a wedding and the romances for Lorelei, including making sure Christopher was not "the one".  I did want more Luke and Lorelei with more than just a "direction" though.
4  Gilmore Girls / General Discussion / Thank you!!! on: May 06, 2007, 09:28:31 am
First, my apologies to anyone associated with Gilmore Girls who is reading this.  I should have written and snail mailed this months ago.  I procrastinated – hoping for that 8th season.

Thanks to the entire Gilmore Girls ensemble for bringing from story to screen 148 + 2   “can’t catch watch just once” episodes to my TV.  Except for the man who has worked at Luke’s for years (does anyone know who he is?), the cast in front of the camera may get the glory.  I’ve been behind the scenes and know it takes everyone behind and in front of the camera to make the families and friends of Stars Hollow come alive.  Thanks especially to whoever is responsible for Luke’s apartment. I have a special fascination for sets and learned a lot about that character from his home.
  As a resident of a small town, I think Stars Hollow truly captures our lifestyle. I will miss you all, but I will miss the haps at Luke’s the most.  Warner Brothers will be happy to know I have bought the DVDs so I can revisit Stars Hollow anytime.  After 7 seasons you know you have done an excellent job.  We are left caring about the Stars Hollow family and wondering what could happen to them in the future - in my case, especially Luke and Lorelei.  They have had a complex relationship since season 1.  It’s hard for me to believe that in 2 episodes they can go from uncomfortable conversation to knowing if they can only be BFF or will have the whole package. And how will Lorelei handle a true empty nest? 

My deep thanks also to the wonderful Gilmore Girls fans.  I almost missed being a member of the Gilmore Girls fan club.  During a  2005 surgery recuperation, I discovered the reruns on the Family Channel.   Thanks to your websites, links, clips, episode transcripts, spoilers, messagae boards and insights I learned a lot about the show and deepened my enjoyment.

As my favorite shows leave the air, I replace that time with reading.  As Gilmore Girls fans, you might enjoy the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich

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