Viewers love the Gilmore Girls because of the spirited but slightly quirky characters and small-town charm. But, its smart writing doesn't hurt either.
Whether the characters are making up their own words ("are you feeling smad?"), creating their own catchphrases ("letting go of the bumper") or using real words others aren't, such as copious (or a plentiful supply of goods) and the Latin term, in omnia paratus ("ready for all things"), viewers get to see how impressive vocabulary can be used in everyday situations (while imagining they really have a say in whether Rory dates Jess, Dean, or Logan).
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