Gilmore Girls is endlessly rewatchable and right now, admist the heart of fall/winter season, there's no better time to bring out the box set and re-live the quaint series. The mother-daughter show has always had a comforting atmosphere to it, whether it's the natural sense of community within Stars Hollow, the beautiful scenary of autumn leaves or Rory and Lorelai's zest for enjoying the simple pleasures of life - movie nights, take out dinners, participation in local events etc.
But Gilmore Girls is more than just a simple look into small town life. It provided us with some of the most potent and heartwrenching drama, whether it was Lorelai's fragile relationship with her parents or Rory's turbulent love life. But the tension was always levelled out by some charming light relief, without either genres ever clashing against each other.
The producers of the show liked to add their own in-jokes or subtle flourishes which perhaps only the cast and crew would understand. Gilmore Girls, obviously, is not meant to be an overly complex show but it is certainly not without its hidden details that often go by unnoticed.