Thursday, November 30, 2006

Thank you, Paris

Dear Liza Weil,

You would make anything watchable, but thanks for sticking around the sinking ship that is the seventh season of Gilmore Girls. I hope you're getting paid more than the townies. If the actor that plays Kirk is getting paid more than you, there's no justice in the world.

Paris

Paris and Doyle

4 Comments:

Anonymous Mink said...

I'm trying to pick the moment that this show jumped the shark:

-The introduction of the Luke's sister's husband
-The introduction of Luke's kid

Your thoughts?

8:37 AM  
Blogger Blood Ray said...

I'll be controversial and say it was when Luke and Lorelai got together.

I actually thought tonight's episode was the best of the entire season. I'm glad Kelly was featured more in this one. I can't tell if the scripts were actually getting better or if Ms. Bishop's delivery was just that good. I really hope that if this show gets cancelled she'll find some more high-profile work. Perhaps she could play the Maggie Smith role in The First Wives Club.

1:33 AM  
Blogger Joe said...

I think I'll blame the Sherman-Palladinos, who -- in their very last scene as showrunners -- put Lorelai in Christopher's bed. It's like, "Good luck staying likable next year, bitches!"

I did enjoy the scenes with Emily, as always. The answering machine message was a good bit.

BR - you should somehow get the message to Ms. Bishop's people about that part. Maybe they just don't know about it yet.

7:29 AM  
Blogger Ryan said...

I agree, this season is worse than last season (didn't think that was possible). But what's more terrifying is that someone is turning FWC into a musical. Now musical theater is not only a base art form, it's derivative of bad movies as well.

12:13 PM  

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