Twenty years ago, you met Luke Danes...backward cap, plaid flannel, pouring the coffee. For the VERY first time, Scott Patterson (aka Luke) is watching Gilmore Girls. 154 episodes and 4 movies. We'll visit Stars Hollow, Doosey's Market, Miss Patty's, Mrs. Kim's antique shop and more pop culture references than you can count. Join us whether you're Team Dean, Team Logan or Team Jess. And, we'll see if we can figure out "who's the daddy". We'll talk fast, and if you can smell snow, if Paris isn't just a city in France, and Friday night dinner is a requirement... you don't want to miss this. Finally, cell phones are allowed. Listen everywhere you listen to podcasts. I AM ALL IN, an iHeartRadio podcast.
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This is your pop culture for S3 E12, "Lorelai Out of Water". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luke asks out Nicole Leahy! Are we fans? And, who is Joanna Cooper?!!Do we like Alex? How are we feeling about this guy? Adam Brody once again shines. But, poor Lane isn't getting the prom date of her dreams. We love this episode but we do have a ... more
Minnie Pearl said "Howwww-Deeeeee!" if I recall.
Hi - the podcast is getting better but could you please spend some time doing research before each episode? It’s frustrating when you don’t seem to know basic information. Could you also tell us who wrote and directed each episode? And maybe start with some facts about the episode like Scott sometimes does at the end? more
I love Gilmore Girls. So glad they are doing this. For the most part it’s a good podcast. But Scott is negative all the time about the episodes. It’s a drama and not real life. Of course things are over the top. The fans love the show for these facts. I also personally hate that they put the pop culture into its own mini episode. Just shut up and let her tell the pop culture. I don’t mind comments but you just bulldoze all over her. Just show some self restraint. Even in the mini episodes. Nothi... more
I’ll listen to Gilmore Guys again if I want to remember Gilmore Girls
I’ve been listening to this podcast religiously since it began. I’ve loved the improvements that have been made from the start, and do look forward to listening to it every week. I’ve seen Gilmore well into the double digits at this point so I know the show like the back of my hand - but it’s great to hear Scott tell stories and some of the interviews with cast members are phenomenal (Bring back Sean Gunn!!!!)! Some fall a bit flat - but it’s to be expected. Not everyone interviews well. Sometim... more
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