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In the fall of 2000, the Gilmore Girls aired for the first time on the WB network, which is now the CW. The show features a single mother named Lorelai Gilmore, who is singlehandedly raising her daughter Rory. The girls live in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, which is about a 30-minute drive to Hartford. Lorelai efficiently runs the charming Independence Inn where she began her career as a maid. During the first episode, Rory receives admittance to the exclusive Chilton private school. Upon hearing the news of her daughter

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  • As Rory rejoices after landing her dream job, Luke gets the residents of Stars Hollow together to throw Rory a grand graduation party. Emily and Richard are in attendance and listen teary-eyed with the rest of the guests as Rory gives a speech thanking Lorelai and everyone else for their support. Luke's thoughtfulness and kind gestures for Rory result in an unexpected reaction from Lorelai. Later, the morning that Rory leaves Stars Hollow, Luke opens the diner early for one last Gilmore girls diner breakfast before Rory heads out into the world as a political journalist.

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New Netflix Movies & TV October 2014: Gaining 'Gilmore Girls' but Losing 'Battlestar Galactica'

We've talked before about how the complete series of "Gilmore Girls" is headed to Netflix in October, and how great that is. But it comes at a cost! Next month, Netflix will be shuffling around some mainstays of the streaming service, sending a few shows and movies off to...wherever it is they go when they're not on Netflix. Included in the list of shows being taken off of Netflix in October is the complete series of "Battlestar Galactica," which has been on Netflix for years now and was the subject of a much-loved "Portlandia" sketch about binge-watching.

A Fan-Favorite Show Is Coming to Netflix, and It Rhymes with 'Shmilmore Shmirls'

Hey, "Gilmore Girls" fans: Your prayers have been answered. According to Decider, all seven seasons of "Gilmore Girls" is coming to Netflix next month, meaning you can re-watch the entire series start to finish without having to get up and change those pesky DVDs every few episodes! There's also the matter of those poor souls out there who have never seen the popular WB/CW show, who might finally discover the early-2000's show for the first time. For the uninitiated, "Gilmore Girls" was a comedy/drama about a young, single mother (played by Lauren Graham) raising her high school aged daughter (Alexis Bledel) in a small town in Connecticut.

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