‘Gilmore Girls’ Borrowed a Relationship Dynamic From ‘Sex and the City’

On the surface, Gilmore’s daughters and Feis and the City it does not appear to be two tonne displays in common. Still, Gilmore’s daughters they tended to borrow stories from dissimilar shows. The fake scandal of Rory Gilmore and Logan Huntzberger in season 6 was similar to the false story of Ross Geller and Rachel Green in Friends. Gilmore’s daughters may have borrowed from a friendship relationship Feis and the City.

Rory and Dean’s fake scandal seemed like a play between Mr Big and Carrie

While Dean Forrester and Rory are not like Mr. Big and Carrie Bradshaw on the surface, if you look a little deeper, you may see some similarities in the dynamics of the relationship, especially in the off-season. after that. Rory, like Mr Big, found it difficult to let down and had a hard time expressing her feelings. Dean, like Carrie, was needy and desperate for the attention of the person he loved so much.

Rory responded with the news of Dean’s upcoming marriage with shock and horror. Carrie responded to Mr. Big’s big news in the same way. Rory and Dean were also involved in an extra relationship, just like Carrie and Big. Both attempts ended in a very explosive way as well. Dean’s marriage ended when Lindsay read Rory’s letter telling them about their sex. Natasha Big left after she caught Carrie leaving the apartment she shared with Big after a midday riot.

Rory and Dean did not finish the same way as Carrie and Mr Big, however

While Rory and Dean were somewhat similar to Carrie and Mr. Big, despite their age differences, their love stories did not end the same. When Feis and the City Carrie ended up with Mr. Big, after his last heart change and went after her when she moved to Paris. Their relationship was still getting bumpy after they got together again, but they ended up getting married. Rory and Dean did not finish together in the long run, although they reconnected shortly after the incident.

Rory and Dean set a date three times in total, but their third attempt was short-lived. After Dean and Lindsay divorced, he quickly started dating Rory again but realized, just as quickly, that he was no longer fitting into her world. They broke up, and Dean was only seen once more before his character was mentioned again. Dean looked at the revival, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, but it wasn’t Rory’s love interest. He was happily married with children.

Gilmore’s daughters apparently borrowing other elements from Feis and the City, also

Rory and Dean’s relationship was apparently not the only one taken from a show expected for a much older audience. Richard and Emily Gilmore attended the same colleges as Charlotte York and Trey McDougal. Richard graduated from Yale, as Trey. Charlotte and Emily both went to Smith College.

Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore in 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life'
Lorelai Gilmore and Rory Gilmore in ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Netflix

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Gilmore’s daughters fan-favorite Emily also mentions the famous HBO series. Of course Emily’s idea of ​​Carrie and her friends didn’t look good. However, she was aware of the show. Amy Sherman-Palladino, the Gilmore Girls’ showrunner, it was never mentioned whether she was a fan of the series.

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