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WAIT! You aren’t watching Gilmore Girls? Well here’s why you should be...
Gilmore Girls first aired on October 5th
2000. It lasted seven long, fabulous
years as it ended on May 15th 2007.
However, now that Netflix have uploaded all seven seasons and the
revival four episodes from late last year; everyone has started watching
it. There is a new generation of people
watching a classic noughties show.
The show focuses on
Lorelai, a single mother, raising her daughter Rory, in a small town in
Connecticut; Stars Hollow. The town is
filled with many interesting characters, and Lorelai and Rory are only the
beginning of the craziness that fills this fictional town. Everyone in Stars Hollow has a great bond, it
would make anyone watching, want to live there.
It is the perfect place to stay.
Now, here are the reasons you should be watching Gilmore
Girls. I must warn you, after you watch
you won’t be able to stop…
Lorelai and Rory’s Relationship
Now this is not just a mother, daughter
relationship, they are best friends. The
scenes between the two are hilarious and heart-warming, they are a brilliant duo. With their incredibly fast and witty banter,
they are an unstoppable pair.
Rory is totally relatable
Throughout most of the seasons, the
beginning in particular, Rory has struggles.
She fights through everything that every young girl like her has to
survive. From stress of school, self-loathing,
dealing with boys and the feeling nothing is going right.
Peaceful yet crazy town of stars
This small, quaint town in Connecticut is
the image of the ideal place to live. From
heated town meetings, to over the top events, you definitely wouldn’t ever be
bored staying here. Stars Hollow is not
only filled with colourful people like the eccentric and quirky town mad-man
Kirk, to the loud mouth town gossips Miss Patty and Babette, but the most aesthetically
pleasing buildings and scenery.
Lorelai is reason enough!
Personally, Lorelai is my favourite
character on the show. With her charm,
wit, bubbly personality and ability to drink copious amounts of coffee within
24 hours, Lorelai will win you over easily.
She makes the coolest mum, speaks the truth and does not apologise for
being herself… EVER! Go Lorelai
Watching it now, makes it the biggest
If you are starting Gilmore Girls
now, it is such a throwback to simpler times.
Seeing the fashion, the technology, the food, the music and the
lifestyle of an early noughties culture is like a breath of fresh air. Also, not to mention some of the actors and
actresses we know now, we can see them here when they were just young things.
As I said before about few familiar faces
you will see throughout this seven seasons, a lot of them are Rory’s
boyfriends. Let’s start with Dean Forester,
he is played by Jared Padalecki, who lots of you will know and love from
Supernatural. Also, Logan Huntzberger, who you may know from
his role in The Good Wife. Milo
Ventimiglia also plays one of Rory’s boyfriends, Jess Mariano, who has recently
been in ‘This Is Us’. Hell, even Chad
Michael Murray played a boy that Rory had a little something with. Safe to say Rory has had a rather good
looking pick of boyfriends through the years.
7. LUKE DANES.
Ah… Luke Danes, he absolutely makes the
show. He may be a stubborn loner but he
is such a funny and kind hearted guy.
His dry wit and care for those close to him is what will pull you in to
love him. He is by far the funniest character,
in my opinion, on Gilmore Girls.
The women empowerment message
Gilmore Girls makes it clear that women can
succeed and survive in their lives without anyone else to rely on. Lorelai’s story in particular, since the age
of 16 when she fell pregnant with Rory, she has thrived on her own. As she moved away from her parents to Stars
Hollow and began working in an Inn, climbing her way up in the business, soon following
her dreams of owning her own Inn.
Showing that when no one believed in her she could do it and all by
Takes you away from reality
A great thing about watching
Gilmore Girls is that you feel so invested in the characters lives and care
about them. This gives everyone watching
the opportunity to escape for a while, relax and live with all the residents of
Stars Hollow. You know it is a good
show, when it is easy to watch; when you lose track of time.
10. And finally, let’s not forget the
iconic theme song!
When you tune into Gilmore Girls the theme song will have you singing
along each word by the third episode. It
has become a classic, extremely well-known for Gilmore Girls fans.
Ok, so they are just a few, out of a million reasons, you should be watching Gilmore Girls. Summer is coming and you have plenty time to binge-watch seven seasons. So let’s get to it, join the Stars Hollow Community.
The Tunguska Event was an explosion that occurred in the skies above Eastern Siberia on 30 June 1908. The blast flattened around 700 square miles (2000 square kilometers) of forest. The lower end estimates for the force of the explosion are about 200 times that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. The blast was probably the result of a meteor or comet exploding in the atmosphere a few miles above the Earth’s surface.
Fanciful and dubious alternative explanations for the event ranging from an impact by a small piece of antimatter to a crashed alien spaceship have been put forth.
When Russian mineralogist Leonid Kulik led an expedition to the area in 1927, the damage was still evident.
The Tunguska Event has been incorporated into numerous works of science fiction. It has also served as a cautionary reminder that Earth has been and will continue to be periodically struck by large extraterrestrial objects like asteroids that have the potential to cause severe damage to both civilization and the environment, including triggering mass extinction events.
Developing the technological capability of detecting and diverting objects massive enough to cause planetary devastation is something that will, sooner or later, be necessary if global catastrophe is to be averted.
If The 100 was your typical CW teen/young adult show in the early 2000s the glowing forest scene would involve a night time conversation between Bellamy and Clarke in which Everything by Lifehouse plays quietly in the background, barely audible, but then the music swells, ‘CAUSE YOU’RE ALL I WANT.’ just as Bellamy’s hand moves to the side of Clarke’s face and he leans down for a passionate kiss, the chorus of the song continuing as they continue to kiss’ YOU’RE ALL I NEED. EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING…’