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Gilmore Girls: Season 1 (2000-2001)

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Lorelai, 32 years old, has always done things her way. Raised in a world of money and cotillions, she was wilder than the other girls. Pregnant at age 16, she chose her own path, and, in true style, walked with flawless posture right out the door.

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Lauren Graham
as Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis Bledel
as Rory Gilmore
Kelly Bishop
as Emily Gilmore
Keiko Agena
as Lane Kim
Edward Herrmann
as Richard Gilmore
Melissa McCarthy
as Sookie St. James
Yanic Truesdale
as Michel Gerard
Scott Patterson
as Luke Danes
Liz Torres
as Miss Patty
Jared Padalecki
as Dean Forester
Liza Weil
as Paris Geller
Scott Cohen
as Max Medina
Chad Michael Murray
as Tristin Dugray
Sally Struthers
as Babette Dell
Michael Winters
as Taylor Doose
David Huddleston
as Harrison Porter
David Sutcliffe
as Christopher Haden
Marion Ross
as Lorelai `Trix' Gilmore
Dakin Matthews
as Headmaster Charleston
Emily Kuroda
as Mrs. Kim
Nick Chinlund
as Ian Jack
Teal Redmann
as Louise Grant
Meagen Fay
as Arlene
Jackson Douglas
as Jackson Belleville
Shelly Cole
as Madeline Lynn
Ashley Cohen
as Jessica
Cristine Rose
as Francine
Sean Gunn
as Kirk Gleason
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Quirky and fun, Gilmore Girls is a lighthearted family comedy that delivers an impressive first season. Developed by former Roseanne writer Amy Sherman-Palladino, the show follows a mother and daughter, Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, who live in a small New-England town called Stars Hallow; and when Rory gets accepted to a prestigious private school Lorelai most seek help from her estranged parents. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel are perfectly cast as the leads and give tremendous performances. In fact the entire cast is quite good and has great chemistry together. And the show's trademark fast-paced, quippy dialog is rather clever and has a certain charm to it. Still, the series can get a little too farcical at times. Season 1 of Gilmore Girls, while it has its problems, is an incredibly entertaining and touching show about family and growing-up.

DannM.

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