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April & May 2001 News ...

Can Lorelai and Rory Save Pop, 05.19.01
Right now, there’s more opportunity to discover great pop music on television than there’s been in nearly two decades, ever since MTV changed the musical landscape seemingly overnight.

Lauren Graham Phone Interview, 05.10.01
Lauren Graham, who plays Lorelai Gilmore on Gilmore Girls, recently did a phone interview with KISS 106.1 in Seattle, WA. The show's hosts, Jackie and Bender, had Lauren talking about everything from wrestling, to dating Max Medina on the show, to what it's like in Hollywood.

Chad Michael Murray Live Chat, 05.10.01
Transcript from Chad Michael Murray's live chat with America Online/TV Guide. Be sure to check out where Chad mentions and says thank you to Heidi.

The New Golden Girls, 05.10.01
Under the hands-on supervision of creator/executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino, Gilmore Girls has created a consistent and alluring alternate reality inhabited by distinctive characters of almost irresistible appeal.

Get to Know Smart, Charming Girls, 05.10.01
They should routinely put a happy viewer advisory on "Gilmore Girls." Something like: "This show may cause spontaneous smiles." It's no different with tonight's breezy, touching season finale of the refreshingly off-center WB series, a comedy-drama that each week centers on the charmingly forthright relationship of single mom and daughter.

The Gift of Gab, 04.09.01
It's a boudoir really, more than an office, this space on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank where Amy Sherman-Palladino creates the stories for Gilmore Girls. A critically acclaimed show with a "terribly tough" Thursday night time slot opposite Friends and Survivor.

Girl Power, 04.03.01
TV's demand for product often results in a diversity of roles, and the weekly workload can hone a young woman's talents more quickly than that of a film actress limited to doing two or three movies a year. Cases in point: Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alexis Bledel, gals with spunk even Lou Grant would have liked.

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