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Do You Think You're a Gilmore Girls Expert? See How Many Characters You Remember From the Show!
by Andrea Ackerman

"If you're out on the road, feelin' lonely and so cold..." You should take a pit stop with this Gilmore Girl quiz!

In 2000, the WB introduced a new show to their lineup - Gilmore Girls. The show followed a single mother, Lorelai Gilmore, as she raised her daughter in their small town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. The show would go on to last a total of seven seasons and ended with over 150 episodes. 

Throughout the time that Gilmore Girls was on the air, the series introduced numerous characters into the lives of their viewers, including you! Traveling through the world of Stars Hollow, Chilton and Yale, can you recognize all the characters that appeared in the show?

Lorelai and Rory's town of Stars Hollow would be nothing without Luke, Lane, Sookie and Michel. What about Babette and Miss Patty? Can you recognize Chad Michael Murray in a Chilton uniform and Paris' ever-present frown? Can you pick Dean, Jess and Logan out of a line-up? With the title of Gilmore Girls, you can't forget about the patriarch and matriarch, Richard and Emily. 

After seven years and a revamp of the series on Netflix, these characters are unforgettable. From a flash of red hair in pigtails to a plaid shirt and baseball cap, can you recognize all these Gilmore Girls characters? Can you make it in Stars Hollow? Grab a cup from Luke's and let's start!

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