I started this blog in my early twenties. Now I’m in my early 30s and it’s time to take stock of how close I am on my goal of becoming Lorelai Gilmore.
- I live in a small town with lots of quirky characters.
- I bring up lots of weird references in conversation that no one else understands.
- I think I’m spirited, strong, and brunette.
Here’s What’s Still Left on the Gilmore Girls Bucket List:
- Where’s Luke?
- I have passed the opportunity to have a kid at a young age.
- I need Sookie too!
- I don’t have a grudge against my mother.
So it’s hit or miss. I do appreciate her as a role model for single women who have to figure things out for themselves.
Now I won’t have to keep putting in DVD’s. Hopefully this will bring a lot of new fans to the show. If you’ve been wanting to watch it online for free now you can do with a Netflix subscription instead! It’s a big day in Gilmore Girls history.
After watching season 2 of Hart of Dixie; it reminds me even more of what Gilmore Girls would’ve been had it been set in the south. It’s not just the gazebo. There’s an episode where there’s a town flash mob proposal with everyone dressed up like zombies. It lacks the supporting character aspect that Gilmore Girls has. Well, ok there is a main cast in Hart of Dixie and the main character does talk very fast but I’m not emotionally invested in that part of the show. I just love the zany but caring small town. I mostly just watch it for the gazebo. I wish Stars Hollow would’ve had it’s own spin off show.