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 on: July 28, 2012, 12:31:30 am 
Started by Adelemann - Last post by QweenB
Hey strangers Smiley

So I was watching Mad Men the other day and saw Alexis and her character had sex with a character I dont like and a few episodes later she almost got her boobies out and I sat there going "NO RORY, DONT!" and yelling at the TV...unfortunately to me she will always be Rory and should keep her boobs to herself Smiley

 12 
 on: July 13, 2012, 07:45:42 am 
Started by Tina - Last post by lessa
I just read Sophie Flack's Bunheads. I admit I wouldn't have read it without the Gilmore Girls connection, but it was an amazing story about the harsh realities of ballet with kickass characters on incredible personal journeys. There's a lot of ballet jargon in it, but it's really readable, no ten-mile sentences or weird grammar. I'd definitely recommend it for a rainy weekend read.

 13 
 on: July 10, 2012, 06:50:49 am 
Started by gilmoreguy78 - Last post by lessa
I can totally hang with this show. It's actually based on a novel by an American Ballet Company dancer, and the technical details are all grisly and accurate. Of course I was thinking about GG when I saw it the first time, and I'll be honest, I might never have watched it without the Dorothy Parker label. But I'm already hooked on the characters and the story so far is nutty and sweet like Gilmore Girls, but also completely unexpected and complex.

Has anyone else seen it? I think Drella was the neighbor in the Pilot.

 14 
 on: July 09, 2012, 06:51:42 pm 
Started by gilmoreguy78 - Last post by 1giantGGfan
I haven't seen it yet but I swear every time the previews for it play, I see Lorelai. It's a bit bittersweet. I'll watch it by the summer's end. I HAVE to!

 15 
 on: June 12, 2012, 02:52:35 am 
Started by gilmoreguy78 - Last post by gilmoreguy78
The first episode premiered tonight (well, last night) and it was wonderful. Almost felt like an alternate reality of Gilmore Girls. Kelly Bishop is in it and plays a very different character from Emily Gilmore, but with a surprisingly similar relationship dynamic to the main character. Even the actress that played Gypsy is in it! The dialog is fast and witty and funny, it has quirky townsfolk... it really feels like it takes place in the same world as Gilmore Girls. I'm glad to see ASP back in fine writing form! Cheesy

 16 
 on: May 03, 2012, 07:23:52 pm 
Started by gilmoreguy78 - Last post by 1giantGGfan
Actually just saw the promo for this on ABC Family (during a rerun of GG, go figure) and I'm pretty interested. I'm not usually into ABC Family original shows (their reruns rock) and I'm not really into dance shows but it looks very ASP so who knows, maybe I'll tune in.

 17 
 on: April 17, 2012, 10:39:49 am 
Started by TheHumanCoffeePot - Last post by lessa
Has it really been three years? Good God...

Emily's daughter finally graduates, not like she wanted but she knows Lorelai's done something to be proud of. At the end of the day, I think her mom's really her biggest fan.

 18 
 on: April 09, 2012, 12:44:05 am 
Started by gilmoreguy78 - Last post by gilmoreguy78
Finally, Amy is back with a new show! And on a channel that is already a proven fit for her (ABC Family airs reruns of GG). The premise found on IMDB sounds interesting!

"Michelle, a Las Vegas showgirl marries a man on a whim and moves to his sleepy coastal town where she winds up working alongside her new mother-in-law at her dance school."

In an interview ASP said this was important to her because she was a dancer for many, many years and knows that world inside and out.

 19 
 on: March 27, 2012, 06:07:31 pm 
Started by Byder - Last post by QweenB
Hello girlies!

I am feeling old today so that retirement home is sounding good. Today is my first day back at work after four days on the couch with the flu. Its a good strong flu too that is knocking people down with pneumonia and whilst breathing is hard work I have avoided it sending me to hospital - must be the super potent antibiotics!

Cody what are you qualified as now that you are done with college? Is there nothing in the industry that you qualified for? If so, that sucks eggs! I literally (5 minutes ago) just applied for a job as an office administrator in a real estate agency. Will be easy work, have done it before and I have my real estate certificate so fingers crossed! I am being really picky about where I apply because I dont want to work weekends - I have become so spoiled getting every weekend off with Jason that I cant handle working when he is at home. Nothing worse than tip-toeing around to get ready for work when your partner is having a sleep in, it sucks! I have a few applications out that with any luck will result in an interview but I have applied for three others that I didnt even get to interview stage - I think thats the difference with applying in a smallish area to applying in a large area and competing with 100s of people, you struggle to stand out in the crowd.

Man, I feel like a nap and there is a manager from corporate coming to see us today, nothing like sweeping the floor when it feels like someone is sitting on your chest! He is pretty easy going but I am a bit of a perfectionist. Must be time for a cup of tea and some drugs!!!!


B xxx

PS - Where is Chris, we have stolen his thread and he hasnt come by to tell us off! Smiley

 20 
 on: March 26, 2012, 02:43:51 pm 
Started by Kukalaka - Last post by kamibeaR
In case you forgot, I'll start by saying that I am incredibly clumsy. I was way back when and I still am. I do stupid things all the time. For example, a few weeks ago I was sitting on the couch eating ice cream. It was resting in my lap, completely stable and completely normal. There's about a 0% chance of me making a fool out of myself on account of I'm not even moving. And then next thing I know, I've got a lap full of ice cream and the bowl was sitting on the ground. I must have twitched or something because I still have no idea what happened. Regardless, I'm still pulling chocolate jimmys out of the couch/carpet.
And if you think that's embarassing, let's talk about completely painful. Yesterday I was walking down the stairs at the house I'm staying at when I slip down the stairs. I must have made it down 4 steps before my feet gave out from under me and I finally landed on my butt and slid the rest of the way down. Unfortunately, this is a pretty common occurrence in my life and so I didn't give it a second thought besides the 5 minutes I sat at the bottom of the steps laughing my ass off as my cousin watched. However, when I woke up this morning, the entire left side of my body was so stiff and in such pain. When I fell and grabbed onto the banister to steady myself, I must have strained every muscle in my body because I'm pretty surprised I made it to school.
Cheesy Cheesy Oh my gosh, Angela this is definitely an Angela SPREE post! I have missed sharing our life stories and always stopping by the ORG to see posts such as this. Both of these stories are hilarious, especially the thought of you sliding down the stairs.

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