Gilmore Girls and Guys

With help from Gilmore Guys podcast hosts Kevin T. Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe, Cristen and Caroline take a stroll through Stars Hollow, discussing the highs and lows -- and feminist leanings -- that continue to make 'Gilmore Girls' a cultural touchstone.

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Episode sources:

"6 Things the Internet Loves 'Gilmore Girls'."

"22 Things You Might Not Know About 'Gilmore Girls'."

"A Fan's Notes On 'Gilmore Girls'."

"All 339 Books Referenced In 'Gilmore Girls'."

"Amy Sherman-Palladino."

"'Gilmore Girls' Michel Wasn't Necessarily Gay, But Sookie Was Supposed to Be."

"How 'Gilmore Girls' Sparked My Feminist Awakening."

"In Defense of Gilmore Girls' Seventh Season."

"Why 'Gilmore Girls' Lane Kim Is Important."

"Why the 'Gilmore Girls' Fandom Lives On."

Academic sources:

Gilmore Girls and the Politics of Identity: Essays on Family and Feminism in the Television Series. Calvin, Ritch. McFarland. 2008.

Screwball Television: Critical Perspectives on Gilmore Girls. Diffrient, David Scott and Lavery, David. Syracuse University Press. 2014.

Topics in this Podcast: television, pop culture, single moms, women in hollywood