This complete series collection features all 153 episodes of “The Gilmore Girls” on 42 discs in an adorable retro-doll case. Enjoy the adventures and witty banter of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, a single mother and daughter making it work in Stars Hollow, Connecticut.
Gilmore Girls DVD Box Set
The Gilmore Girls show is about a 30 something mother, Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham), and her teenage daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel). Coming from prestigious Gilmore heritage, Lorelai found herself at odds with a world of high society, rebelled, got pregnant young, ran away to the sleepy town of Stars Hollow, found a job as a maid and worked her way up to manager. Now this gorgeously successful woman shares a best mate relationship with her uncannily clever daughter who due to Harvard University aspirations needs to go to private school. This leads Lorelai to have to go to her parents for money and be permanently tied in to Friday night dinners back home with her dreaded mother (a cause of many uncomfortable and highly humorous situations).
Each episode in the Gilmore Girls: The Complete Series Collection follows the quirky lives of this all too perfect pair, who manage to live their entire lives whilst being constantly witty and annoyingly thin, despite the inconceivable amount of takeout the regularly plough their way through. Although being drowned in all American sweetness, the show does explore the all too real issues of growing up, living within society, raising children and dealing with strained family relations.
The Gilmore Girls long-term story lines creatively interlink with town happenings and the activities of some truly bizarre characters, such as Kirk (Sean Gunn) who has unsuccessfully attempted every job known to man. What’s really special about Gilmore Girls is that you find yourself drawn close to all of its cast members, genuinely caring what happens to them. Although I am most definitely not a small town kind of gal, I find myself wanting to live in this starry little town. If you don’t have Gilmore Girls: The Complete Series Collection DVD Box Set, you’re truly missing out.