Gilmore Girls Quiz: How Well Do You Know Lorelai Gilmore?

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The WB is an acronym that stands for World Bank (2000-2006) Original release dates were 5 October 2000 – 15 May 2007 and 25 November 2016 respectively. It is an American comedy-drama television series produced by Amy Sherman-Palladino and starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, which premiered on Netflix in October 2012. Gilmore Girls has been available to stream on Netflix in its entirety since its debut on July 1, 2016.

Synopsis

The program centers on Lorelai Gilmore (Graham), a single mother who lives in the fictitious town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, with her daughter, also named Lorelai but who prefers to be called Rory (Bledel), who also lives in the town. This is a community full with colorful personalities that is roughly 30 minutes away from Hartford, Connecticut in the state of Connecticut. Ambition, education, and work are some of the series’ primary issues, as it follows Lorelai’s journey from pregnant adolescent runaway and high school dropout to co-owner and manager of the Independence Inn in New York City.

Rory’s journey from public school to the elite Chilton School is also explored, as is her desire to study at an Ivy League institution and to pursue a career as a foreign reporter in the United States and abroad. Throughout the program, social criticism is most prominently displayed in Lorelai’s tense relationship with her affluent, appearance-obsessed parents, Emily and Richard Gilmore, as well as the interactions between students at Chilton School, and subsequently, Yale University.

About

‘Gilmore Girls’ is an American television series created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Daniel Palladino, and starring Lauren Graham (Lorelai) and Alexis Bledel (Rory) as a mother and daughter who are more friends than mother and daughter, and who both dream of finding fulfillment in their romantic relationships and in their professional lives. The program has elements of both the drama and comedy genres, and it portrays a wide spectrum of emotions, characters, and situations. Despite the fact that the series appears to be aimed at a female audience, the series also explores the male universe through the important characters of Luke (Scott Patterson), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), Logan (Matt Czuchry), and Christopher Hayden (David Sutcliffe), and as a result, it has been well received by both male and female audiences alike.

The final episode of Gilmore Girls aired on the 15th of May, 2007 in the United States.

The series has seven completed seasons and a total of 153 episodes that have been broadcast. In addition, there was one unaired pilot in which the parts of Sookie St. James and Dean Forester were portrayed by two different actors (Alex Borstein, who later played the harp player Drella and the Gilmores fashion consultant Celine, and Nathan Wetherington).

Among the other main cast members are Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore), Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore), Keiko Agena (Lane), Liza Weil (Paris), Melissa McCarthy (Sookie), Yanic Truesdale (Michel), Jared Padalecki (Dean), Emily Kuroda (Mrs. Kim), Sally Struthers (Babette), Liz Torres (Miss Patty), Michael Winters (Tyler Doos (Gil).

Seasons 1 through 4 of the show were shot and shown in the conventional television format, but seasons 5 through 7 were shot and broadcast in the Widescreen television format. Exceptions were made for the pilot episode and a few other episodes in season 1, which were mostly shot on location in Canada. The rest of the series was filmed entirely on set in Hollywood.

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Which actress plays Lorelai?

    • Alexis Bledel
    • Melissa McCarthy
    • Liza Weil
    • Lauren Graham
  • Question of

    Which beverage is Lorelai addicted to?

    • Diet Coke
    • Green Tea
    • Coffee
    • Water
  • Question of

    At what age did Lorelai become pregnant with Rory?

    • 15
    • 21
    • 18
    • 16
  • Question of

    Where is Lorelai’s favorite spot to get coffee?

    • Luke’s Diner
    • Starbucks
    • Al’s Pancake World
    • Coffee Roasters
  • Question of

    Lorelai later becomes the co-owner of what Inn?

    • The Independence Inn
    • The Butterfly Inn
    • The Stars Hollow Inn
    • The Dragonfly Inn
  • Question of

    Who does Lorelai ask for money for Rory to go to Chilton?

    • Sookie
    • Her parents
    • Luke
    • Christopher
  • Question of

    What is the name of Rory’s teacher who Lorelai dates?

    • Luke
    • Alex
    • Jason
    • Max
  • Question of

    Lorelai elopes with Christopher. Where do they go?

    • Paris
    • Barcelona
    • Rome
    • Venice
  • Question of

    What is the name of Lorelai’s dog?

    • John Travolta
    • Bob Dylan
    • Paul Anka
    • Frank Sinatra
  • Question of

    What are Lorelai’s parents’ names?

    • Emily and Robert
    • Emilia & Richard
    • Emily and Richard
    • Emilia & Robert
  • Question of

    As an adult, Lorelai goes back to school to get a degree. What does she study?

    • English
    • Film
    • Geography
    • Business
  • Question of

    Which man does Lorelai end up with?

    • Christopher
    • Jason
    • Luke
    • Max
  • Question of

    Who was Lorelai named after?

    • Her aunt
    • Her paternal grandmother
    • Her maternal grandmother
    • Her mom’s favorite TV character
  • Question of

    Who helped Lorelai get on her feet when she ran away from home at 16?

    • Sookie
    • Mia
    • Luke
    • Jason
  • Question of

    Who was Lorelai’s favorite band in high school?

    • The Runaways
    • The Beatles
    • Bananarama
    • The Bangles

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