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It’s common knowledge that Gilmore Girls had rather unusual scripts. They were much longer than is typical for other shows of the same length, for starters, which means tons more dialogue.

They also include super long camera shots, with fewer cutaways for reactions and the like…

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Twice-weekly writing lessons based on the hit show and the writing genius of its creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino. Far more than Team Dean vs. Team Jess. Pull up a stool, grab a mug from Luke’s, and join us.

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