A woman endeavors to raise a daughter on her own.
Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Melissa Mccarthy, Keiko Agena, Yanic Truesdale, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Liza Weil, Sean Gunn, Matt Czuchry, Edward Herrmann, Liz Torres, Jared Padalecki, Milo Ventimiglia, David Sutcliffe, Michael Winters, Scott Cohen
Amy Sherman-palladino (Executive Producer), Gavin Polone (Executive Producer), Alan Myerson (Director), Joan binder Weiss (Writer), Rodman Flender (Director), Jenji Kohan (Writer), Sarah pia Anderson (Director), Amy Sherman-palladino (Writer), Michael Katleman (Director), Daniel Palladino (Writer), Jed Seidel (Writer), Adam Nimoy (Director), Joanne Waters (Writer), Arlene Sanford (Director), Chris Long (Director), Matthew Diamond (Director), Sheila Lawrence (Writer), Michael Zinberg (Director), Daniel Palladino (Director), Jamie Babbit (Director), Tom Moore (Director), Lee Shallat chemel (Director), David Rosenthal (Writer), David Babcock (Writer), Jennie Snyder (Writer), Bethany Rooney (Director), Stephen Clancy (Director), Rebecca rand Kirshner (Writer), David Paymer (Director), Gayle Abrams (Writer), Gina Fattore (Writer), Jackson Douglas (Director), Kenny Ortega (Director), David Grae (Writer), Wil Shriner (Director), Michael Schultz (Director), Victor Nelli (Director), Rina Mimoun (Writer), Amy Sherman-palladino (Director), Ken Whittingham (Director), Keith Eisner (Writer), Jordan Nardino (Writer), Steve Clancy (Director), Bob Berlinger (Director), Bill Prady (Writer), James Berg (Writer), Stan Zimmerman (Writer), Lisa Randolph (Writer), Jessica Queller (Writer), Eric Laneuville (Director), Janet Leahy (Writer), Michael Grossman (Director), Scott Kaufer (Writer), Peter Lauer (Director), John Stephens (Writer), Neema Barnette (Director), Jane Espenson (Writer), Steven Robman (Director), Gail Mancuso (Director), Karla Mccloskey (Director), Justine Tanner (Writer), Joe ann Fogle (Director), Allan Heinberg (Writer), Linda loiselle Guzik (Writer), Kevin Dowling (Director), Lesli linka Glatter (Director), Frank Lombardi (Writer), Steve Gomer (Director), Nicole Holofcener (Director), Danny Leiner (Director), Dennis Erdman (Director), Lev Spiro (Director), Elaine Arata (Writer), Perry Lang (Director), Nick Marck (Director), Bruce Green (Director), David Petrarca (Director)
|"The Festival of Living Art" When the townspeople stage famous paintings, Rory portrays a young woman in a Renaissance work, Lorelai appears as the beauty in Renoir's "Dance at Bougival," and Kirk embodies Jesus in Da Vinci's "The Last Supper." (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Die, Jerk" After Rory writes a scathing review of the Yale ballet, she becomes the target of the vindictive lead ballerina. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Ted Koppel's Big Night Out" Richard and Emily invite Lorelai and Rory to their fancy tailgate party at the Harvard-Yale game; Rory is shocked to see Paris and a distinguished professor kissing. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"The Nanny and the Professor" Shocked Lorelai learns Jason attended a charity event with someone else; Paris sneaks out to meet professor Flemming, forcing Rory to make excuses for her to the paper's editor. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"In the Clamor and the Clangor" Lorelai admits that she does not want Luke to leave Stars Hollow to move in with Nicole; Rory finds rumors of her obsession with William humiliating; Lane's double life is discovered. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"A Family Matter" Luke's ditzy sister surprises him with a visit; Lorelai is torn about telling her parents about her relationship with Jason; Paris talks to Rory about her affair. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Nag Hammadi Is Where They Found the Gnostic Gospels" Car trouble strands Jess in Stars Hollow; Jess walks away from Rory over and over again, then makes a startling confession; at a charity dinner, Emily asks Lorelai and Jason to pretend to be lovey-dovey. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"The Incredible Shrinking Lorelais" Rory succumbs to self-doubt after a professor suggests she drop a class; Lorelai takes out her frustration on Sookie; Gran is nasty to Richard and Emily. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Scene in a Mall" Rory gets a glimpse of Dean's new life; Lorelai and Rory get swept up in Emily's wild shopping spree, then Emily admits her out-of-control spending is in retaliation against Richard's neglect. (Repeat)||ABCF|
Set in a storybook Connecticut town populated by an eclectic mix of dreamers, artists and everyday folk, this multigenerational drama about family and friendship centers around Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter, Rory. Lorelai owns the town's bed-and-breakfast, the Dragonfly Inn, with best friend/chef Sookie, and contends with weekly dinners with eccentric, well-off parents Richard and Emily Gilmore (who always have something to say about their daughter's life). After high school, Rory attends Yale University but frequently returns to Stars Hollow to visit her mom.
Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore
Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore
Melissa Mccarthy as Sookie St. James
Keiko Agena as Lane Kim
Yanic Truesdale as Michel Gerard
Kelly Bishop as Emily Gilmore
Scott Patterson as Luke Danes
Liza Weil as Paris Geller
Sean Gunn as Kirk Gleason
Matt Czuchry as Logan Huntzberger
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