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    Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life takes place over the course of one year and is episodes are divided into the four seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall). Amy Sherman-Palladino and husband Dan Palladino take us directly back into the fast-paced world of Stars Hollow four months after Richard’s death, which was written into the script after the tragic passing of actor, Edward Herrmann, and the storyline of the three generations of the Gilmore girls (Emily, Lorelai, and Rory) is how they each

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    distinctive types of communication. The theory of Cognitive Dissonance provides insight into the classic conundrum of knowing or believing one thing and doing another. An artifact analysis of this theory, using the ABC Family television series Gilmore Girls, will supply a clearer understanding of the complicated phenomena. Cognitive Dissonance Described American social psychologist and original developer of the theory of Cognitive Dissonance Leon Festinger breaks down his theory into two main parts

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    The creator of Gilmore Girls, Amy Sherman-Palladino, thought mother-daughter relationships would make a compelling television series. She had always been fascinated by the “everyone knows each other’s business” characteristic of small towns. When she decided to combine the two, Gilmore Girls was born. On the surface, it is a simple show about a self-absorbed single mom trying to raise a daughter while coping with her own overbearing mother. By more closely analyzing each character’s witty banter

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    ‘Gilmore Girls’ TV Show Getting Back “Once a good show loses its way, can it ever truly regain it?” As I read that first sentence, I wondered what they were talking about, I didn’t know that one of my favorite shows; Gilmore Girls, wasn’t doing too good. As I read on, I saw that there are many daytime shows not doing as good as they used to. The West Wing is doing better than it was the past couple of seasons but its not as good as it was when it first came out. The writer compares crying because

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    Adolescence is the point in a person’s life that plays a vital role in the formation of the man or woman they are to become. Not every journey or experience is the same, but every girl and boy has to go through it to officially be ushered into the adult world. For a young lady, the most important thing in her journey to womanhood is her mother. The mother plays the role in guiding her daughter through her adolescent experiences in a healthy way. She is able to use her experiences to teach her daughter

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    The show I chose to watch in order to observe similarities among primate behavior was Gilmore Girls. Even though the title of this shows implies that girls will be the main character of the show, there are equal amounts of men roles if not more. What I found interesting though, was that the women tend to stick together in packs and the men tend to tackle like more on their own. It could be due to a mother, daughter bond that is going on, but I am going to infer that women are more dependent on community

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    the creator of Gilmore Girls, essentially wrote the show about nothing. After not having a job for years, Sherman had writer’s block. On television, everything she saw seemed the same, identical characters and paralleling plots, she desired to create something different. Once, she had visited the small town of Washington, Connecticut and loved the “everyone knows everything” idea. So she thought, “Why not make a show about it?” After tweaks by the production company, Gilmore Girls was born. Although

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    Gilmore Girls

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    stream series from tablets, pc’s and also cell phones now, which has completely changed the interaction standard, let alone what it is people take from the experience. People may not intentionally try to take something from watching 11 episodes of Gilmore Girls in one sitting, but it just comes to show how times

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    may actually end up on the networks fall schedule. The three series first is called Finally Home, which stars Melissa Gilbert who plays a mother who lost her twin daughters and now councils children who lost siblings or relatives. The second is Gilmore Girls, which is a mother/daughter drama set in a small town in Connecticut. The last one is called DIG, which goes behind the scenes of a Los Angeles School Department.

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    After I can't even remember how many Gilmore Girls episodes. We finally decide to call it a night. I flip off the tv and slowly make my way up to my bedroom. I kept yawning, the idea of driving all the way home tomorrow didn't sound like fun. I crawl under my covers and quickly fall sound asleep. Tink. Tink. Tink. I stir in my bed, did Scarlet not fully turn the facet off? Tink. Tink. The little noise slowly gets louder. I then realize it isn't coming from my bathroom. It's coming from my window

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