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 and Doyle


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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