History Trivia / GilmoreGirls

24th Sep '16 1:46:15 PM nombretomado
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* ChannelHop: A demented example when the series was screened in Britain; the first three seasons aired on {{Nickelodeon}} of all places ([[{{Bowdlerise}} and were prone to being censored and have episodes dropped]]), to the point of the fandom discouraging any Brit from getting into the series that way. The Hallmark Channel eventually picked it up and carried seasons four and five, before [[ChannelFour E4]] gave the final two seasons their UK debut (and ultimately screened all seven), the first time they weren't subject to censor scissors across the pond.

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* ChannelHop: A demented example when the series was screened in Britain; the first three seasons aired on {{Nickelodeon}} of all places ([[{{Bowdlerise}} and were prone to being censored and have episodes dropped]]), to the point of the fandom discouraging any Brit from getting into the series that way. The Hallmark Channel eventually picked it up and carried seasons four and five, before [[ChannelFour [[Creator/Channel4 E4]] gave the final two seasons their UK debut (and ultimately screened all seven), the first time they weren't subject to censor scissors across the pond.
17th Sep '16 1:33:26 AM lizaphile
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* ChannelHop: A demented example when the series was screened in Britain; the first three seasons aired on {{Nickelodeon}} of all places ([[{{Bowdlerise}} and were prone to being censored and have episodes dropped]]), with the Hallmark Channel picking it up and premiering seasons four and five, before [[ChannelFour E4]] gave the final two seasons their UK debut (and ultimately screened all seven), the first time they weren't subject to censor scissors across the pond.

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** Emily Bergl and Liza Weil are the best of friends in real life dating back to their camaraderie through the New York acting scene of the late 90s, the complete reverse of Francie and Paris's hostility towards each other.
* ChannelHop: A demented example when the series was screened in Britain; the first three seasons aired on {{Nickelodeon}} of all places ([[{{Bowdlerise}} and were prone to being censored and have episodes dropped]]), with to the point of the fandom discouraging any Brit from getting into the series that way. The Hallmark Channel picking eventually picked it up and premiering carried seasons four and five, before [[ChannelFour E4]] gave the final two seasons their UK debut (and ultimately screened all seven), the first time they weren't subject to censor scissors across the pond.



** Music/{{Nickelback}} playing in the season seven promo teasing the infamous 'Wedding in Paris' episode. Nickelback is a band that would never go near Lane or Rory's CD players, and Top 40 music was only mentioned in derision or as a necessary evil in the background of dance scenes during the AS-P era.

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** Music/{{Nickelback}} Music/{{Nickelback}}'s "Far Away" playing in the season seven promo teasing the infamous 'Wedding in Paris' episode. Nickelback is a band that would never go near Lane or Rory's CD players, and Top 40 music was only mentioned in derision or as a necessary evil in the background of dance scenes during the AS-P era.


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** Liza Weil had actually auditioned as Rory, but Alexis Bledel won the role. However, Amy Sherman-Palladino saw potential in Weil and wrote Paris Geller especially for her to perform.
10th Sep '16 11:41:11 AM Lancelot07
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** Jess ''almost'' got his own spin-off show, to which the season 3 episode "Here comes the son" would have been the pilot to. However, it turned out that filming at Venice Beach where it would have been located would have been too expensive, and so it was cancelled.
22nd Aug '16 5:16:27 PM missmoon
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* WrittenInAbsence: The show couldn't get Madchen Amick to reprise her character in later years, so the 'Sherry running away to Paris' plot was created to conveniently allow her to be absent without writing out the character.
29th Jun '16 7:53:05 PM missmoon
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* AbsenteeActor: Everyone except Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel misses a few episodes (Scott Patterson (Luke) is the most frequently seen after the two leads, appearing in all but five).
27th May '16 3:16:28 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** The new executive producer who came on had some odd baggage, having been slapped with a restraining order by Heidi Klum (his co-worker when he wrote on ''SpinCity'') after he wrote a bizarre and offensive one man play performed in New York about how he'd [[StalkerWithACrush really, really, really like to sleep with her]], after which he was involuntarily committed for a spell by his father. Thankfully he left the Girls alone...physically. Characteristically however...

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** The new executive producer who came on had some odd baggage, having been slapped with a restraining order by Heidi Klum (his co-worker when he wrote on ''SpinCity'') ''Series/SpinCity'') after he wrote a bizarre and offensive one man play performed in New York about how he'd [[StalkerWithACrush really, really, really like to sleep with her]], after which he was involuntarily committed for a spell by his father. Thankfully he left the Girls alone...physically. Characteristically however...
23rd May '16 2:09:06 AM roldarryl
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* CastingGag: Before Gilmore Girls, Edward Hermann played as [[Film/RichieRich another wealthy man named Richard]]. The revival is set to include several.

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* CastingGag: Before Gilmore Girls, Edward Hermann Herrmann played as [[Film/RichieRich another wealthy man named Richard]]. The revival is set to include several.
23rd May '16 2:08:18 AM roldarryl
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* CastingGag: The revival is set to include several.

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* CastingGag: Before Gilmore Girls, Edward Hermann played as [[Film/RichieRich another wealthy man named Richard]]. The revival is set to include several.
17th Apr '16 4:16:02 PM ooh
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** Jess was supposed to appear in the final season, but Milo Ventimiglia refused when Amy wasn't the director anymore.

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** Jess was supposed to appear in the final season, but Milo Ventimiglia refused when Amy wasn't the director showrunner anymore.
15th Apr '16 5:10:36 PM missmoon
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* PromotedFangirl: [[http://www.ew.com/article/2016/03/21/gilmore-girls-sutton-foster-lauren-graham Sutton Foster]] was a huge fan of the show and naturally, after working with Amy Sherman-Palladino on ''Series/Bunheads'', she jumped at the chance to have a role in the Netflix revival. And after filming a scene with Lauren Graham, she burst into tears.

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* PromotedFangirl: [[http://www.ew.com/article/2016/03/21/gilmore-girls-sutton-foster-lauren-graham Sutton Foster]] was a huge fan of the show and naturally, after working with Amy Sherman-Palladino on ''Series/Bunheads'', ''Series/{{Bunheads}}'', she jumped at the chance to have a role in the Netflix revival. And after filming a scene with Lauren Graham, she burst into tears.
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