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'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Is Stuck in Years' Prior

In the world of Gilmore Girls, there's no transcending one's upbringing. For a bright, witty, and colorful series, it's a dark and depressing message.

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Madonna Isn’t That Interesting, But Alina Simone Is

Madonnaland is not the end-cap of Simone's existential musings; it's an intense jewel in the already sparkly crown of a consistently perceptive critic.

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Melissa McCarthy: No Longer "Always a Bridesmaid"

Though this was clearly a defining year for the actress, here are five other interesting things to know about the Oscar nominee's career in the entertainment industry.

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'Girls' Gone Wild

While following a storyline about the trials of a mother and daughter may not be demographically the most masculine thing in the world, neither is my unabashed enjoyment of ABC Family original movies.

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Gilmore Girls

Communication is always the problem on Gilmore Girls: though mom and daughter are famous for their witty banter, they're terrible at mustering the courage to say what they want.

Samantha Bornemann
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Gilmore Girls

Without Palladino, Gilmore Girls will certainly be different... it just might be better.

Willa Paskin
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Gilmore Girls

Lorelai and Paris, Rory and her grandparents... Gilmore Girls' most long-standing relationships seem set for realignment in Season Six.

Samantha Bornemann
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Gilmore Girls: The Complete Third Season

The casual, chatty extras capture the series' spirit: whimsical, free-spirited, and tinged with nostalgia.

Mary Colgan
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Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls is not the show it started out to be. It's a generation deeper, and much better.

Samantha Bornemann
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Gilmore Girls: The Complete First Season

Lorelai is written to challenge as well as entertain, her dialogue filled with pop culture references delivered at top speed.

Laura Nathan
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