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|Can it be the Gilmore Girls if the Gilmore girls aren't together At the end of Season 5, Rory dropped out of Yale and moved into Emily and Richard's poolhouse, a decision that broke Lorelai's heart. That's handy, because one half of that heart can be deliriously happy with the big new step in her love affair with Luke. Meanwhile, the other half grieves, and it seems everyone in town wants mother and daughter to reunite. But it may take an unexpected out-of-towner to make it happen.Of course, there's much more: Lane gets a surprise that leaves her reeling with joy. Luke gets a surprise that may send the Luke-and-Lorelai relationship reeling. What's no surprise is the snappy, wish-I'd-said-that Gilmore dialogue, knowing humor and insightful storytelling fans adore. Season 6 starts now!Format: DVD MOVIE|
"Full of wild surprises. Robert Bianco, USA Today
Editor's NoteThis award-winning WB series is an intelligent, heartfelt drama about a mother and daughter navigating their turbulent world together, as both best friends and family members. Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham, BAD SANTA) is a young, attractive single mom living in idyllic Stars Hollow, Connecticut, and her high-school daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel, SIN CITY), is her closest confidant; the two share an independent spirit, a taste for literature, and gorgeous blue eyes. Lorelai had made a break with her conservative, old-money parents, Emily (Kelly Bishop, DIRTY DANCING) and Richard (Edward Herrmann, THE AVIATOR), when at a very young age she decided to keep her baby when she became unexpectedly pregnant. Since then she has been forced to turn to them for financial help with raising Rory, and a tenuous peace has been restored. Mother and daughter are essentially growing up together, supporting each other through relationship difficulties, college worries, and life in general. This release includes every episode from the sixth season of the show.
Cast & Crew
|Amy Sherman, et. al. - Writer|
|Daniel Palladino - Executive Producer|
|Jamie Babbit, et. al. - Director|
|Lauren Graham - Producer|
|Michael A. Price, et. al. - Cinematographer|
|Rachel Kamerman, et. al. - Production Designer|
|Raul Davalos, et. al. - Editor|
|Sam Phillips - Original Music By|
|Toni Stern - Original Music By|
|People's Choice, Gilmore Girls, Favorite Television Drama|
|Emmy, Marie Del Prete, et. al., Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)|
|Golden Globe, Lauren Graham, Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama|
|Screen Actors Guild, Lauren Graham, Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series|
Customer Reviews of Gilmore Girls-Complete 6th Season
Great Dialogue and Tongue Firmly in Cheek10/13/2006
The writers of this show are remarkable. I believe there are more spoken words in one show than a season of CSI. The plots are carefully crafted to make sure you want to see the next episode, but not to an extent that you become tired of the ruse. The characters are mostly realistic, but there is an ongoing element of play that is very reminiscent of better stage plays. If you listen very carefully, you'll hear incredible allusions to people, places, and things that are almost historical in nature, and darned funny in the context. This type of play with the dialogue keeps one alert and in tune with the progress of the plot. This particular season is replete with these innuendoes and intelligent references. It's a delicious story that keeps you wanting to see the next episode.
Love those Gilmores!10/9/2006
Gilmore Girls is definitely one of the best shows on television, great acting, especially Lauren Graham, and quick, smart, funny writing make this our family's favorite show. Definitely recommend!