In honor of tonight’s 100th episode . . .

100 things to love about Gilmore Girls.

(My favorites? I could give you a list of numbers, but let’s just say that anything that has to do with Luke is probably on my list. hehe. But there’s not really anything on that list I don’t like. Except maybe Norman Mailer. And Christopher. *evil death glare*)

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5 Comments

  1. #49 just made me hurl. Alexis, I’m single! 😉

    Posted 2/8/2005 at | Permalink
  2. Did you know that?

    Posted 2/8/2005 at | Permalink
  3. No, I didn’t. I feel like hanging myself now.

    Well, I guess Milo’s a nice guy in real life, and … but yeah.

    Posted 2/8/2005 at | Permalink
  4. I have been a Gilmore Girls fan since episode 1, but they’re just having problems holding it together (in my opinion). First of all, WHAT were they thinking when they dressed both Lorelei and Rory last night? The dress and suit were obnoxious. Secondly, come on, Rory, why are you throwing yourself at that crazy boy?? (we won’t even get started about her affair with Dean!) Christopher, as usual, was an idiot. I liked how Lorelei told her mom, “We’re through,” though. That was a gutsy move and a long and coming one at that.

    I don’t mean to rain on your love for Gilmore Girls (which is why I prefaced my comment with the fact that I’ve been a fan since its beginnings), but the WB is just letting me down in more than one facet. I wish I didn’t love TV so much.

    Posted 2/9/2005 at | Permalink
  5. Kari

    I thought last night’s episode was one of the best so far this season. Set us up for a lot of interesting things to happen as the season winds down. Overall I think season 5 has been a disappointment, but there have been some good moments, too. Hopefully things will pick up this spring like it did last year.

    I have read a lot of flack about Lorelai’s dress, but I liked it, and I thought Rory looked cute (wish she would have left her hair down, though).

    Posted 2/9/2005 at | Permalink

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