- SEASON 1
- SEASON 2
- SEASON 3
- SEASON 4
- SEASON 6
- SEASON 7
Summary of Season 1 (2000) - 6 discs
Young mom Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) enjoys a relationship with her precocious teenage daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel), that's based more on friendship than maternal love. Together, they face life's challenges such as dating, finances and social woes -- and even the required Friday night dinners with Lorelai's parents in exchange for paying Rory's tuition at a college prep school. The entire first season of this charming TV drama is included.
Summary of Season 2 (2001) - 6 discs
Catch all 22 Season 2 episodes of the popular WB series about thirtysomething mom Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham), who grapples with the challenges of single parenting as teenage daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel) adjusts to a new private school and develops an interest in boys. Meanwhile, Lorelai bristles under the watchful gaze of her own sometimes-disapproving parents, even as she attempts to negotiate the dating world herself.
Summary of Season 3 (2002) - 6 discs
Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory's (Alexis Bledel) mother-daughter relationship is far from cloying or boring; instead, it's a constant give-and-take, forcing each to grow up a little at a time. This season begins with Rory back from the nation's capital. Lorelai's glad to have her close once again -- but of course, complications arise, including a meddling Emily (Kelly Bishop), a surprise announcement from Gran (Marion Ross) and more.
Summary of Season 4 (2003) - 6 discs
They just keep getting better (when they aren't battling life-changing travails, that is); those beloved Gilmore Girls, Rory and Lorelai, return for a fourth hit season filled with snappy dialogue and intriguing stories. This season, Rory (Alexis Bledel) starts her first year at Yale University, and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) opens the Dragonfly Inn for business -- at long last -- thanks to a timely loan from Luke Danes (Scott Patterson).
Summary of Season 6 (2005) - 6 discs
In the sixth season of this drama series, familial relations in Stars Hollow are more bungled than ever. For one thing, Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) aren't on speaking terms, mostly because Rory dropped out of Yale and is living in her grandparents' pool house. Feeling the void despite her recent engagement to Luke (Scott Patterson), Lorelai buys a new dog and names him Paul Anka.
Summary of Season 7 (2006) - 6 discs
Armed with their witty rejoinders and obscure pop culture references, mother-and-daughter Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) are back to take on more of life's pleasures and pains in the seventh season of this inspired dramatic comedy. The final season of this beloved series known for its witty, fast-paced dialogue finds Rory graduating Yale, Lane giving birth to twins, and Lorelai finally getting hitched ... but to whom?