gilmore girls

Gilmorism: A pop-tart issue.

Those people who really know me know a little about my addictions, and one of them is the TV show Gilmore Girls.
One of these days I enjoyed the good humor of my friend Samira and we recorded one of the conversations I love of the series.
When I talk about Lorelai Gilmore being a great philosopher nobody takes me seriously. But have you ever wondered if what you like is actually something you like? Or is something influenced by someone? Are these and other issues that are in the midst of the funny dialogues and powered coffee of Amy Sherman Palladino. 
Take 2 minutes and listening to this smart conversation today.



About Amy Sherman-Palladino


Gilmore talk.

These days I was commenting to a friend about series that are in the story, such as: Friends, Full House, Seinfeld, Beverly Hills 90210, among others who have pioneered in the 90s and opened doors for other sitcoms unforgettable and which are still sold boxes and reprised.
All above mentioned, and like the vast majority, exaggerate the cliché, which gives us that feeling that we’ve seen this story and I already know the ending.
With all this bla bla bla, I really want to get into a curious detail, and that made me wonder too much the work of Amy in Gilmore girls, because she managed to create new scenarios in which we could not imagine, why would not exactly something for television, and that was when she hit.
Yesterday I finished one more time to review the series, and the fascinating is that you expect a happy ending, those in which the guy gets the girl, and the daughter graduates, gets the dream job and marries a rich guy.
The independence of Amy’s characters is so honest, that it may look like the life of your maiden aunt, the flirt girl next door, or “stranded” cousin.
The character of Lorelai, rebellious in healthier way possible, was created with much praise. And all her relationship with her parents, and her daughter, is closer to the reality I’ve got to see any series abroad, pseudo-cool or not.
The Tv Show in no time was corrupted to suit the public, and that made it a benchmark.
The footprint Sherman-Palladino, who shared the screenplay with her husband, comes from the quick texts, sarcastic, with drama and comedy together. When speaking of script that will talk about relationship between mother and daughter, soon we think of something forced, full of morality, repetitive afflicted and dialogues too obvious, but the Amy’s texts are extraordinary, light, inspiring, unexpected and super creative. I know she has worked with texts for the sitcom Veronica’s closet and now it’s on a new series called Bunheads, but I confess I do not know much about them, and I’m even afraid to follow up and let me down, because every genius will always be a genius with something in particular, without repetition, and the milestone it is there, in the words moved by the coffee of the Gilmores.
So, I want to invite you to dive in Stars Hollow, even if it’s a little too late, so we can have a cup of coffee and talk about geniuses like this, and grab the example the mood of the characters and independence, knowing that to live according to the precepts of society beyond be boring, is artificial. Unleash what’s inside of you and be a Gilmore girl too!!