April - June 2003 News ...
Sexiness in Coke’s Bottled Water, 06.30.03
Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham will be in a commercial promoting bottled water.
WB Drops Gilmore Girls Spinoff, 06.19.03
High costs have helped put the kibosh on The WB's proposed "Gilmore Girls" spinoff, which was to focus on Milo Ventimiglia's Jess character and his attempts to reconcile with his estranged father.
Emmy Greats?, 06.05.03
Lauren Graham, snubbed before by the voting members of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, is a worthy candidate who should definitely be thrown a nomination this year.
Fast Women, 05.08.03
Lorelai and Rory of Gilmore Girls know what's happening on the other channels. They're sharp, culturally literate, and almost never stumped. Their fast and allusive talk cuts the sweetness. The showy patter that attends the good-natured stories is not always clever, but sometimes it is—and each joke ends well before it could ever bore you.
TV Gal Throws a Shower for Uncouples, 04.24.03
TV Gal picks Luke and Lorelai as one of her favorite "uncouples" - those couples who have never been together, might never be together, and yet the possibility of their romance lingers in the background.
Keiko Agena: Gilmore Girl Keeps Finances Simple, 04.24.03
Keiko Agena, best known for her portrayal of Lane Kim on the WB hit TV show Gilmore Girls, talks about her career and finances.
Deep Down, Gilmore Girls Remains Small Town, 04.23.03
The creators of Gilmore Girls gave viewers the fictional hamlet of Stars Hollow, which has a life of its own within the series. In addition to providing a colorful backdrop for the characters and a stable of quirky supporting characters, the town also has a big effect on the characters' relationships.
Gilmore Smartie Fools 'Em, 04.23.03
In the quirky mother/daughter buddy drama set in mythical Stars Hollow, Conn., Rory has spent her whole life dreaming of Harvard. But when she's accepted to the Ivy League's big three - Harvard, Yale and Princeton - the beautiful bookworm picked Yale because, "Gilmore" executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino said, it was necessary to keep the action of the hit series going.
Gilmore Hunk Gets Spin-off, 04.01.03
Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) isn't the only Stars Hollow resident getting a spin-off during the 2003-2004 season. Apparently with Jess gone, The WB sees it fit to have Luke Danes (Scott Patterson) leave the tiny Connecticut town as well.
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