Cinelinguini: Gilmore Girls: To Noam is to love ’em

Watching the new GG was like what I would imagine to be like going to a Backstreet Boys reunion concert at the age of 32: warm, fuzzy nostalgia that washes over any imperfections. But nothing escapes the vigilance of the sprightly Linguini (that’s me). Nothing. Before analysing the sociocultural linguistic features of the series, let… Continue reading Cinelinguini: Gilmore Girls: To Noam is to love ’em