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), Bethany Rooney (Director), John Stephens (Writer), Lesli linka Glatter (Director), Amy Sherman-palladino (Writer), Alan Myerson (Director), Joan binder Weiss (Writer), Rodman Flender (Director), Jenji Kohan (Writer), Sarah pia Anderson (Director), Amy Sherman-palladino (Director), Daniel Palladino (Director), Daniel Palladino (Writer), Keith Eisner (Writer), Lee Shallat chemel (Director), Stephen Clancy (Director), Jordan Nardino (Writer), Kenny Ortega (Director), Steve Clancy (Director), Jamie Babbit (Director), Bob Berlinger (Director), Jackson Douglas (Director), Michael Zinberg (Director), David Rosenthal (Writer), Bill Prady (Writer), Rebecca rand Kirshner (Writer), Michael Katleman (Director), Jed Seidel (Writer), Adam Nimoy (Director), Joanne Waters (Writer), Arlene Sanford (Director), Chris Long (Director), Matthew Diamond (Director), Sheila Lawrence (Writer), Tom Moore (Director), James Berg (Writer), Stan Zimmerman (Writer), Lisa Randolph (Writer), David Babcock (Writer), Jennie Snyder (Writer), David s. Rosenthal (Writer), David Paymer (Director), Gayle Abrams (Writer), Gina Fattore (Writer), David Grae (Writer), Wil Shriner (Director), Michael Schultz (Director), Victor Nelli (Director), Rina Mimoun (Writer), Ken Whittingham (Director), Jessica Queller (Writer), Eric Laneuville (Director), Janet Leahy (Writer), Michael Grossman (Director), Scott Kaufer (Writer), Peter Lauer (Director), Neema Barnette (Director), Jane Espenson (Writer), Steve 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), Robert Berlinger (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)
|"A Messenger, Nothing More" Rory calls Lorelai from Rome and admits she made a mess of things with Dean; Dean's wife throws him out of the house after she finds a letter from Rory; Luke and Lorelai are interrupted by a town parade. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Written in the Stars" Lorelai is offended that no one appears to care about her relationship with Luke, until it becomes the topic of a heated town-meeting discussion. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Tippecanoe and Taylor, Too" Dean's sharing a car with his estranged wife and distant living arrangement make it difficult for him and Rory to be alone together. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"We Got Us a Pippi Virgin" Lorelai suggests that she and Luke double-date with Rory and Dean, but things don't quite go as planned; Emily and Richard are lonely and lost without each other, but neither wants to take the first step toward reconciliation. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Norman Mailer, I'm Pregnant!" Lorelai and Sookie are thrilled when author Norman Mailer and a young reporter make return visits to the inn's dining room, but Sookie's awe turns to annoyance when the writer fails to order any food. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"You Jump, I Jump, Jack" Logan brings Rory to an event staged by his secret society, where she finds herself participating in a thrilling and dangerous stunt. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"The Party's Over" Rory is touched when Emily and Richard throw a party to introduce her to their Yale alumni friends; when Dean arrives at the party to pick up Rory, it is clear to him that he has no place in her privileged world. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Emily Says Hello" Rory and Lorelai decide to confront Richard and Emily, individually, about their separation, but when Emily announces her plans to start dating again, they have no chance. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"But Not as Cute as Pushkin" Rory is delighted that her former headmaster asks her to host a girl who is thinking of applying to Yale; Lorelai and Luke have their first fight when she buys an old boat that had belonged to his father. (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
Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.