Simply the best

I’m still having Gilmore Girls withdrawals, so I’ve been trying to find a replacement show. It’s like when a goldfish dies & after a few days/weeks/months, you are ready to go to the pet store. I’ll always be loyal to the Gilmores, but I just wanted something to fill the gapping void in my life since the show ended. I decided to try some shows that have already finished their run. This way I know they are going to end, & when they are going to end, so I won’t be too traumatized. So far I’ve tried:

Wonderfalls. Only four episodes aired, but the DVDs have 13 episodes. It’s a funny show that pretty much sums up generation y, but I couldn’t get too attached with just 13 shows.

Alias. So many people have recommended this show to me, because Sidney kicks people & I love that. However, I just got so bored & only made it through half of the first season.

Whenever I tell people that I love Gilmore Girls, they seem to recommend Felicity. Great, four whole seasons. Again, this show just didn’t seem to move. Like Alias I just couldn’t get involved. If I hadn’t watched Gilmore Girls, I might’ve liked it, but Amy Sherman Palladino spoiled me with interesting characters & conversations.

If I keep this up, pretty soon I’ll be watching One Tree Hill. There doesn’t seem to be anything else out there that is of the Gilmore caliber.

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About Sarakastic

I've watched every episode of Gilmore Girls several times. I moved to a small town that reminded me of Stars Hollow. I've subconsciously had my haircut to look like Lorelai. Gilmore Girls is my life, I just have to find Luke. (Well, I didn't have a kid when I was 16, but other than that...)

3 thoughts on “Simply the best

  1. Virginia

    Oh, my! Trust me, Sara…it’s NEVER bad enough to where you have to watch One Tree Hill! I’d watch ice melt before I watched that show! Tristan he may have been, but Tristan he is not now.

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