Gilmore Girls: Season 3 (2002 - 2003)

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Air date: Sep 24, 2002
2
Air date: Sep 30, 2002
3
Air date: Oct 1, 2002
4
Air date: Oct 15, 2002
5
Air date: Oct 22, 2002
6
Air date: Nov 5, 2002
7
Air date: Nov 12, 2002
8
Air date: Nov 19, 2002
9
Air date: Nov 26, 2002
10
Air date: Jan 14, 2003
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As graduation from Chilton Academy approaches, Rory's (Alexis Bledel) life becomes complex, and both her love life and Lorelai's (Lauren Graham) grow chaotic.

Cast

Lauren Graham
as Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis Bledel
as Rory Gilmore
Keiko Agena
as Lane Kim
Melissa McCarthy
as Sookie St. James
Yanic Truesdale
as Michel Gerard
Liza Weil
as Paris Geller
Milo Ventimiglia
as Jess Mariano
Jared Padalecki
as Dean Forester
Sean Gunn
as Kirk Gleason
Kelly Bishop
as Emily Gilmore
Jackson Douglas
as Jackson Melville
Edward Herrmann
as Richard Gilmore
Liz Torres
as Miss Patty
Shelly Cole
as Madeline Lynn
Teal Redmann
as Louise Grant
Adam Brody
as Dave Rygalsky
Emily Kuroda
as Mrs. Kim
Michael Winters
as Taylor Doose
Tricia O'Kelley
as Nicole Leahy
Sally Struthers
as Babette Dell
Arielle Kebbel
as Lindsay Lister
Scott Cohen
as Max Medina
Mädchen Amick
as Sherry Tinsdale
Billy Burke
as Alex Lesman
David Sutcliffe
as Christopher Haden
Rob Estes
as Jimmy Mariano
Marion Ross
as Lorelai `Trix' Gilmore
Dakin Matthews
as Hanlin Charleston
Emily Bergl
as Francie Jarvis
Patrick O'Connor
as Auctioneer
Steven Mayhew
as Attendant
Jay Krich
as Hunter
Adam Wylie
as Brad Langford
Louise Claps
as Fortune Teller
Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs
as Principal Merten
Jon Hamm
as Peyton
Teigh McDonough
as Fencing Instructor
Chelsea Brummet
as Young Lorelai
Nathan Frank
as Marshall
Damon Jones
as Speaker
Ted Rooney
as Morey Dell
Sharon Johnston
as Young Lorelai Nurse #2
Brandon Michael
as A.V. Geek
Cynthia Ettinger
as Maureen Rollins
Jae Woo Lee
as Korean Relative #7
Samson Yi
as Young Chui
Peter Kim
as Korean Relative #1
Seth MacFarlane
as Bob Merriam
Roz Witt
as Mrs. Traiger
Alexis Rhee
as Korean Relative #5
Phillip Van Dyke
as Young Christopher
Gwen Van Dam
as Mrs. Van Wyck
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs
as Principal Merten
Beth Kennedy
as Mrs. O'Malley
Alan Blumenfeld
as Rabbi Barans
Jim Jansen
as Rev. Archie Skinner
Marie Bain
as Hannah
Susan M. Carr
as Vocalist #1
Janet Song
as Korean Relative #3
Eric Kan
as Groom
Tom Schmid
as Mr. Covitt
Evie Peck
as Karen
Amy Perry
as Iris Medlock
Kevin Farrell
as John Mattern
Rowan Joseph
as Jim Hatlestad
Andrew Collins
as Photographer
Hariet S. Miller
as Mrs. Slutsky
Bruce French
as Ethan Leahy
Kathryn White
as Marjorie
Eileen Barnett
as Sonia Leahy
Danny Buday
as Jackson Relative #2
Ben Falcone
as Mr. Bink
Judy Geeson
as Natalie Swope
Nathan Funk
as Marshall
Jack Impellizzeri
as Delivery Man #1
Matt Newton
as Jack Springsteen
Karen Tucker
as Yuppie Mom
Carol Hickey
as Mrs. Savitt
Ted Redmann
as Louise Grant
Michael Des Barres
as Claude Clemenceau
Kim Kim
as Korean Relative #4
Shaheen Vaaz
as Mrs. Cunningham
Sunny Bonner
as Korean Relative #8
Lynne Garbet
as Jackson Relative #4
Alma Collins
as Sherry's Nurse
Jon Hughes
as Doose #1
Caroline Macey
as Girl in Audience
Kat Sawyer-Young
as Mrs. Fielding
Kenny Lopes
as Enrique
Doug Ose
as Himself
Kelly Lohman
as Girl #1
Jeanette Brox
as Jennifer Springsteen
Philip Pavel
as Jim Romaine
Tinsley Grimes
as Carol Springsteen
Jen Ray
as Lilliana
Monty Bane
as Jackson Relative #5
John Jabaley
as Jackson Relative #6
John Aniston
as Douglas Swope
Satya Lee
as Korean Relative #2
John D. Kim
as Korean Relative #9
Philip Van Dyke
as Young Christopher
Arletta Collins
as Photographer
David Rogers
as Luke's Customer #1
Jessica Pennington
as Luke's Customer #2
Susan Grace
as Barbara Epstein
Samantha Weil
as Bernadette
Brian Watt
as Delivery Man #2
Granville Van Dusen
as Darren Springsteen
Rebecca Metz
as Woman #2
William Forward
as Harris Fellows
Lydie Denier
as Monique Clemenceau
Dee Marcus
as Jackson Relative #7
Greg Joung Paik
as Korean Relative #6
Jackon Douglas
as Jackson Melville
Sean Everett
as Jackson Relative #1
Keith Farrell
as John Mattern
Bryna Weiss
as Young Lorelai Nurse #1
Adrian Sparks
as Doug Doose
Jill Matson
as Teacher
J. Eric Davis
as Police Officer
Anita Finlay
as Marie Springsteen
Karen Bankhead
as Rose Samuels
Heidi Swedberg
as Debbie Fincher
Frank Dominelli
as Bartender
Molly Bryant
as Off. Scanlon
Sarah Denison
as Mrs. Appleman
April Moon
as Young Korean Relative
Kristin Caruso
as Jackson Relative #3
Joe Fria
as Joe Mastoni
Jim Ortlieb
as Mr. Hunter
Joe Woo Lee
as Minister
Paul Michael
as Trix's Companion
Bob Larkin
as Doose #2
Harriet S. Miller
as Mrs. Slutsky
Suzanne Ford
as Vocalist #2
Carl Darchuk
as Vocalist #3
Dick Bolks
as Piano Player
Dahlia Martin
as Catarina
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Critic Reviews for Gilmore Girls Season 3

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

Season three is the most tonally beautiful season of Gilmore Girls. The banter is sharp as a knife, Stars Hollow exudes warmth, and everything is gently touched with just the right amount of melancholy.

Sep 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Mostly based on the flawless dance marathon episode, but really, all the relationships finally start to pay off.

Sep 21, 2018 | Full Review…

How quickly this show can switch from charming banter to achingly authentic emotion without seeming remotely corny!

Sep 19, 2018 | Full Review…
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