Two summers ago, my family and I toured Warner Brothers Studios in Los Angeles. We had the opportunity to walk by the set that was used as the town of Stars Hollow in Gilmore Girls, a show I'd never seen. When I arrived home, I queued up the pilot ep
We were the generation raised by Lorelai Gilmore — that is, raised by TV, pop culture references, and coffee. Like Rory, we looked to Lorelai and the citizens of Stars Hollow to guide us through our awkward adolescence. At the end of each Gilmore Gir
I watched an episode once where they found a woman's hair on a guys jacket and were like "she must be your girlfriend" and I was like "I find my roommates hair on my bra on a regular basis. You obviously don't understand how women's hair works."