I had never seen an episode of “Gilmore Girls” until a year and a half ago – when I binged the entire series on Netflix in an alarmingly short period of time (no life, what can I say). I loved the show, thought the characters and their mannerisms were ridiculously charming, and have a more than passing interesting in moving to Stars Hollow (even the bloody name of the town is magical) — it reminds me a lot of my hometown in Canada. I was pretty excited about the four movies that were released on Netflix this past Friday, and I’m currently forcing myself to watch just one, then wait two days, then another one…to prolong the joy of the experience. As I said, no life – I’m okay with that. 😉
Look at this picture, will you?
I love this, don’t you? It’s kind of the best philosophy to take when approaching all kinds of relationships: find someone that you think is nice and want to hang out with for as long as you’re around for. Love this! Here’s something similar from HBO’s “Girls”:
I love this Hannah-ism from “Girls” (the final season begins in February, and I honestly don’t know that I am ready to say farewell to this show) – the writing on this show is brilliant. 🙂 It makes me happy. 🙂
So far, I’ve seen one episode of the new “Gilmore Girls” – and, while I can understand some of the criticism that has been tossed its way, the show is bloody delightful. For real! It’s wonderful to see the familiar faces (and not just Luke’s gorgeous mug!), to hear the banter, to see a really positive mother-daughter relationship on TV (#parentinggoals)…it’s just awesome. If you’re thinking about checking it out, DO – you will not be disappointed! 🙂
PS: Logan (Matt Czuchry) is back – yum. 🙂