4:14 pm, August 15th | by Colette McIntyre
For reasons unbeknownst to us, the rave reporters over at the Huffington Post have determined the average caloric intake of the Gilmore girls, TV’s favorite fast-talking mother-sister duo; we would ask them why they spent time calculating this but, as we all know, scientific inquiry answers to no man
7:00 pm, March 23rd | by Meredith Lepore
The Gilmore Girls, Buffy and Angela Chase. Oh my!
EOD Roundup: Jacob Bernstein’s New York Times Tribute to His Mother, Nora Ephron, is Devastatingly Beautiful
7:15 pm, March 7th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we recognize that the week is almost over, we’re all tired, lawmakers are being creepy, and all we want to do is eat pizza and drink beer in housecoats, so we’re going to take it easy on you. But first, we’re going to make you weep until you look like the lost member of the California Raisins! The New York Times has published a tender and deeply personal tribute to Nora Ephron by her son, Jacob Bernstein. Forge ahead only if you have a box of tissues near you and have been properly hydrating all day.
3:30 pm, December 3rd | by Laura Donovan
Remember wholesome, well-adjusted, ambitious, fast-talking Rory Gilmore? She and mother Lorelai made life look easy and positively blissful in 2000 hit show, “Gilmore Girls.” Then 9/11, a series of natural disasters, a recession, and a pervasive problem of twenty-somethings with attitudes happened and made us all cynical and frowny. Enter HBO’s “Girls,” a program about the travails of dating, loving, and working as a Millenial. These shows paint quite different portraits of what it’s like to be a young aspiring writer and lady, but video editor Marc Butcavage has re-imagined “Girls” through the warm-colored opening credits of “Gilmore Girls,” giving the contemporary show a completely different vibe than the one we know.