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What a joy, compulsive viewing
on 12 December 2010
After seeing all the previous six seasons it was a must to get the 7th season. The characters were all exceptionally well cast and the screenplay very well thought out, to make it compulsive viewing. The only point I raise is that the dialogue was spoken at a galloping pace, but that tends to make you run through the series again and again to piece together what perhaps went over your head first time round, apart from that just think of the outcome as 120% value for your money on running time. You have to have seen the series from episode one disc one to appreciate the quality of the performances, following Rory and Lorellei through their trials and tribulations you never could determine what they were likely to do next.
The matriach grandmother Emily is so believable and forthright it's a wonder we have not seen her on the screens this side of the big pond in one of our period productions, watch your backs Dames Judy and Helen.
Every character has been cast extremely well, and all the playaction was well thought out. In all, this is a series you can watch time after time, in rescreening when going back over seven years items come up that you might have forgotten, but also there are over 20 episodes in each series which is makes then very resonable. Sorry to bore but this is American drama at it's best.