Monthly Archives: November 2016

Gilmore Girls revival episode 4: The perfect ending — or the worst?

Katrina Clarke/Nick Patch | November 25, 2016 | Toronto Star Katrina Clarke: The final new episode of Gilmore Girls opens with Lorelai false-starting her way into “doing Wild,” Luke distressed, Rory swept into a fantasy-filled evening by the Life and Death Brigade and Emily … Continue reading

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Gilmore Girls revival episode 3: A fan favourite returns

Katrina Clarke/Nick Patch | November 25, 2016 | Toronto Star Nick Patch: It’s summertime in Stars Hollow, so naturally Lorelai and Rory are overdressed and underwhelmed at the bustling town pool. As Lorelai becomes the town’s only sane theatre critic, Rory … Continue reading

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Gilmore Girls revival episode 2: Rory loses her way

Katrina Clarke/Nick Patch | November 25, 2016 | Toronto Star Episode two picks up in spring with Lorelai and Emily sitting in silence in their therapist’s office — clearly not thawed after their winter blowout fight. Meanwhile, Rory continues to … Continue reading

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Gilmore Girls revival episode 1: Rory and Lorelai take us back

Katrina Clarke/Nick Patch | November 25, 2016 | Toronto Star After nine long, long years without its hyperspeed banter, Gilmore Girls is back — and it seems Lorelai and Rory missed each other as much as we missed them. And oh, how we … Continue reading

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The truth about trichotillomania – the hair pulling disorder

Katrina Clarke | November 24, 2016 | CBC Life When Julie Mason was 15, her mom started finding hairballs around the house. When she was in university, she developed a bald spot the size of a grapefruit. Mason, now 27, … Continue reading

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