Gilmore Girls: 9 Minor Characters Who Stole The Show
Gilmore Girls is one of those iconic shows with a huge cult following. With a total of seven seasons under its belt, the series ran from 2000 to 2007 and was incredibly successful during it’s time on air — so much so that it was recently revived in a highly anticipated four-part Netflix miniseries called Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life! A critically acclaimed show, Gilmore Girls goes down in history as one of the best shows ever thanks to it’s quick witted dialogue, pop culture references, and most importantly, the amazing cast! Of course the two main leading ladies played a huge part in that, but there were also some pretty awesome minor characters who brought a lot of life to Stars Hollow! Here’s a list of 9 minor characters from Gilmore Girls who stole the show!
9. Dave Rygalski
Before viewers met Lane’s long-time love, Zach, there was Dave Rygalski, her first boyfriend. He was a cute and witty guitarist who also happened to have a huge crush on Lane. These two were adorable together! It was a classic tale of “high school puppy love” and he seemed to be a perfect match for Lane. His character was bold but sweet as he worked up the courage to stand up to Mrs. Kim to ask Lane to the prom. He even read the whole Bible in one night just to impress her. Even though his character was short lived as he moved to California to attend university, he was definitely not forgotten!
8. Finn and Colin
Finn and Colin weren’t introduced until later on in the series in season 5 and 6, but during their short stint, they offered a great deal of comic relief — especially Finn! These two were friends of Logan Huntzberger and the infamous ‘bad boys’ at Yale who loved to pull pranks like when they busted into Rory’s class to perform a bit pretending they were fighting over her affection. Finn was the better half of the duo. He played an eccentric Australian who was constantly trying to get Rosemary to go home with him and his catch phrase was, “Have we met before?” He was also full of witty one liners and comebacks which made him even more memorable.
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