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Gilmore Girls, Season 2
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I am sure most of you know this, but I did not...

I am watching my Gilmore Girls DVD set, Season 2, and in the Season finale Paris is making a speech for student body president, and shes talking about what the school needs, and she says "dairy and wheat free alternatives in the cafeteria...."

I thought that was interesting :P Eventually if I buy all the season I gotta count how many times Celiac gets mentioneed in the show haha (So far I only have Seasons 1, 2, and yesterday I bought 4)..

Pointless post, so I quit talking now...

~lisa~

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Your post wasn't pointless, Lisa! I think it is noteworthy anytime gluten/food intolerance is mentioned in the mainstream. How are you feeling? Any better? :)

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Your post wasn't pointless, Lisa! I think it is noteworthy anytime gluten/food intolerance is mentioned in the mainstream. How are you feeling? Any better? :)

I cant remember which Season mentioned it in the show before (when Laine said something about gluten-free...). Hopefully its in the Season I bought haha.

And still not feelin any better, still overwhelmed, still waiting to talk to my best friend..so nope, no change :P

~lisa~

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Not pointless at all. I've never seen the show. Do one of the characters have celiac or something?

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Not pointless at all. I've never seen the show. Do one of the characters have celiac or something?

Not that they have ever mentioned, nope! I know one of the characters apparently had problems with food and sensative stomach but .. nope nothing sure about having Celiac!

~lisa~

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The one about gluten free is Mrs. Kim telling them that she made muffins that are gluten-free, but then later she says that the muffins are made from sprouted wheat, so it doesn't really work. I think that that was just a mess up. I don;t know what season it is in though, and no one has eliac, i have seen every episode multiple times. By far m favorite TV show.

Those are the only times I have ehard it mentioned, andI have all the seasons on DVD, and have watched them all countless # of times.

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