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17th Jan '17 11:30:06 PM Ymirsdaughter
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[[WMG: The reason Rory doesn't read in the revival.]]
It's that she has already read all books.
14th Jan '17 1:56:10 AM Niria
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** I wouldn't be surprised if even ASP had that in mind (almost certainly not when writing the series, but when writing "A Year In The Life") that Rory's book is supposed to be the 7 season series we had watched. I don't think the character differences were so jarring in the revival, except possibly for Rory herself. It certainly seems, given the PuritySue status Rory seemed to have in the series (and ''not'' in the revival) that it's easy to interpret the series as having been written from Rory's point of view. If one looks at it this way, the one period Rory looked kind of bad in the series was when she stole the boat and ended up dropping out of Yale-- not really for that, as she was right that she shouldn't be spending her grandparents' money at Yale while she was unsure what life to pursue (regardless of how much they had), but for the inertia after that, for which Jess when stopping by called her out. One can imagine that was the one time period she wrote negatively about herself because she felt bad about how she behaved then, so she wrote negatively about that, but came off very positively otherwise, as she was the narrator.
10th Jan '17 3:15:28 PM missmoon
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This would explain some of the more exaggerated craziness that occurs in Stars Hollow as [[spoiler: Rory's memories of her childhood and her wacky neighbors.]] It would also explain the ProtagonistCenteredMorality surrounding Rory: [[spoiler: as it's her book, she's an UnreliableNarrator. This is why, when she helps Dean cheat, she barely gets called out on it; why no one calls her out on her affair with Logan; and why the neighbors all blamed Dean when he and Rory broke up. Rory glosses over her own faults in her book and, thus, is portrayed as something of a MarySue in the show despite her obvious human mistakes.]]

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This would explain some of the more exaggerated craziness that occurs in Stars Hollow as [[spoiler: Rory's memories of her childhood and her wacky neighbors.]] It would also explain the ProtagonistCenteredMorality surrounding Rory: [[spoiler: as it's her book, she's an UnreliableNarrator. This is why, when she helps Dean cheat, she barely gets called out on it; why no one calls her out on her affair with Logan; and why the neighbors all blamed Dean when he and Rory broke up. Rory glosses over her own faults in her book and, thus, is portrayed as something of a MarySue in the show despite her obvious human mistakes.]] Even ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RPQGHo57VU believes this theory.]]
1st Jan '17 2:37:56 AM Blackie62
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And they will hook up because it'd be fantastic. And who says I can't ship in the WMG section?

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And they will hook up because it'd be fantastic. And because who says I can't ship in the WMG section?
1st Jan '17 2:37:22 AM Blackie62
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[[WMG: Emily Gilmore and [[spoiler: Creator/KieferSutherland]] will meet at [[spoiler: Luke and Lorelei's wedding.]]]]

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[[WMG: Emily Gilmore and [[spoiler: Creator/KieferSutherland]] [[spoiler:Creator/KieferSutherland will meet at [[spoiler: Luke and Lorelei's wedding.]]]]
1st Jan '17 2:36:41 AM Blackie62
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[[WMG: Emily Gilmore and [[spoiler: Creator/KieferSutherland]] will meet at [[spoiler: Luke and Lorelei's wedding.]]]]
And they will hook up because it'd be fantastic. And who says I can't ship in the WMG section?
31st Dec '16 4:28:02 PM Ymirsdaughter
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[[WMG: Paul is a Silence.]]
He was following the eleventh Doctor (see above) and got stranded on Earth. He is working on being more noticeable, but so disappointed with his failure that he eventually abandons the project without knowing that he [[spoiler: may have knocked up his earthling practice subject]].
6th Dec '16 10:39:58 AM Basstian
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\n\n\n** Jossed as of the revival. Turns out he was right: she genuinely doesn't have it.



30th Nov '16 8:52:37 PM RaspberryBeret
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*Entirely possible after [[spoiler: Rory decides to write a book based on her relationship with Lorelai and names it "Gilmore Girls".]] Especially [[spoiler:considering how much MORE jerk-like Rory seems to be in the revival. The revival was the "real" Rory and the original run was the Rory-written version of herself.]]
28th Nov '16 2:33:56 PM Winters15
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[[WMG: The show is [[spoiler: a TV version of Rory's book.]]]]
This would explain some of the more exaggerated craziness that occurs in Stars Hollow as [[spoiler: Rory's memories of her childhood and her wacky neighbors.]] It would also explain the ProtagonistCenteredMorality surrounding Rory: [[spoiler: as it's her book, she's an UnreliableNarrator. This is why, when she helps Dean cheat, she barely gets called out on it; why no one calls her out on her affair with Logan; and why the neighbors all blamed Dean when he and Rory broke up. Rory glosses over her own faults in her book and, thus, is portrayed as something of a MarySue in the show despite her obvious human mistakes.]]
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