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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Honestly, Who Watches this Mindless Schlock?

    Ok, maybe I am being a tad harsh, but I really do not care. I have earned that right after suffering through so much of the mundane enomaly that is the Gilmore Girls. Truly, being a TV on DVD junkie, I have a love for watching great shows. This however is not one of them. Seriously, this show centers around two characters who are the most self-absorbed neurotic people I have ever seen. At no point do their semi-coherent rants, on everything from society to tampons and ice cream, make any sense. Everything in their dialogue seems to come straight from the mouth of a 13 year old who thinks they are the only one to have ever fallen on bad days. Most of the time, I just have to sit and wonder why the he heck I am still watching this drivel, and I have to respond that I am simply hopeful to find a tinge of redemptive value. But I feel my hopes are like hoping that one day William Shatner will be arrested for Crimes against humanity for his "music album." Yes, I suffered through that one too. I guess for now, I just have to find peace in the simple pleasures like the end of "Sin City" where Alexis Bledel finally gets offed by Josh Hartnet. Amen to that. It's too bad her death on "Sin City" did not carry over to Gilmore Girls. Then again, when is life ever fair?

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