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Gilmore Girls: The Complete Fourth Season

Lauren Graham , Alexis Bledel , Amy Sherman-Palladino , Chris Long    Unrated   DVD
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Boola boola! Rory starts her first year at Yale. Moola moola! Lorelai finally opens the Dragonfly Inn, although it takes her last dime (and a loan from Luke). The Gilmore girls return for another scintillating, snappy-patter year of Gilmore Girls. Welcome, Gilmore groupies, to the fourth season of the series acclaimed for its agile balance of life and laughter. Oh yes, and love. Lorelai has a romantic fling with her father?s new, younger partner, but ends the year with the guy every fan has known was right for her all along. For Rory, Cupid seems to be on sabbatical -- then Dean and Jess re-enter her life. Sookie gets a Davey, Lane gets a life, Kirk gets a girlfriend(!) and you get a 22-episode vacation in Stars Hollow, plus DVD Extras and a mint on the pillow.

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Challenges:Stars Hollow Interactive Triva Game
Other:Who Wants To Get Together - a montage of the season's best hook-ups.Goodies & Gossip - Fun Factios appear on screen throughout the Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist episode.


The sum of its parts was definitely greater than the season whole as Gilmore Girls kicked off its fourth year by separating its high-powered mother-daughter duo. After years of toil at snooty private school Chilton, Rory (Alexis Bledel) was finally off to the greener pastures of college as she began her first year at Yale. The not-so-long distance put a crimp in her relationship with her mother, Lorelai (Lauren Graham), as the two were forced to continue their chatty conversations via phone--not exactly the same as trading barbs face-to-face. While Rory adjusted to college life with cranky roommate Paris (Liza Weil) in tow, Lorelai found herself without a daughter, but gained a boyfriend in the form of Jason "Digger" Stiles (Chris Eigeman), a childhood friend and now her father's business partner. But the lure of Stars Hollow, the Gilmores' cherished country town, would prove too hard to resist, as Lorelai finally made plans to open her own inn, and the two ladies found themselves attracted to town residents--for Lorelai, an intensifying of her friendship with diner owner Luke (Scott Patterson), and for Rory, a return to old boyfriend Dean (Jared Padalecki), which put a decided tension into a show that sorely needed it. Nevermind that both men were married to other women!

The first half of the fourth season definitely foundered, as the show's usually topnotch creative team struggled to find a way to keep the Gilmore chemistry afloat despite separating their main characters. There wasn't much drama to be found for Rory in starting college, and though it got off to a great start, Lorelai's relationship with Jason never fully gelled. However, once the show got its girls into the arms of their Stars Hollow men, it turned around almost immediately, surging towards a creative revival that put its ratings higher than they'd ever been before. Along the way to its surprising and complex season finale, there were great episodes to be had: "Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist," which found Rory and Paris on spring break; "The Reigning Lorelai," centering on an unexpected funeral; "The Festival of Living Art," which had Stars Hollow resident re-creating classic works; and "Luke Can See Her Face," which finally brought the Luke-Lorelai romance to the forefront. The season may have started out rough, but this fourth year ended with a bang, and the promise of more fireworks to come. --Mark Englehart

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5.0 out of 5 stars seperation anexiety Oct. 6 2005
This season starts off with the last few days of Rory's Stars Hallow life. After that we see how Rory and Lorelai make it without each other. It's really a new thing for each of them and it is like this for about 1/3 of the season.
They finally get the swing of things; Lorelai getting ready to open the Dragonfly Inn and Rory learning to be independant in school--then at the end of the season is when all hell breaks loose.
Dean destroys his marriage by sleeping with Rory. Rory drives a wedge between herself and her mother by sleeping with Dean. And Lorelai and Luke FINALLY kiss and officially begin their relationship.
All in all this is another excellent season for the Gilmore Girls. Never a disappointment!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Anxiety at it's Highest Jan. 10 2011
By Saphyre
I am a fan of the whole series but I am only reviewing season 4 where Rory goes to Yale. Although excited to go She is also afraid as she has never been separated from her Mom (Lorelie) for any length of time. The season begins with them talking mostly via phone and Rory coming to visit as each settle into their new lives apart yet together every Friday at Grandmothers house. for Friday night dinners of course where Emilie Gilmore is always looking to start trouble. I myself enjoy the bantering and dry sarcastic witt between Emilie and Lorelie at the Friday night Dinners which is something we see throughout the whole series. In this season Lorelie takes the plunge with her best friend Soukie and buys the Dragon Fly Inn and finally has her dream come true. She also has a boyfriend who remains a secret because she knows her parents would not approve of him because he owns a a diner but we are all happy when she finally gets together with Luke. Rory on the other hand gets back with her old boyfriend who is married and it ruins his marriage which was already on the rocks she is found by Lorelie in a compromising situation and Even though Lorelie was not happy with Rory she still supported her and stood by her when some in Stars Hallow had other things to say. What I love about this whole series is that it is about the relationship between a mother and a daughter that are not only friends but the mother is also able to separate and pull the Mom card when needed. The daughter is able to tell the Mother everything and she is not afraid to the most part. other than one incident. The trust is there which was not there with the Mother(Lorelie) and her Mother Emilie. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well done Nov. 13 2013
By Suzy
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The writing of this show is so well done.The actors are great. mother and daughter have so much chemistry its very well done i would highly recommend this show
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! Aug. 21 2013
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This is a great television show and I recommend it to anyone. It is funny but heartfelt all at the same time. It is something that I was able to relate too. Very touching!
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