Kelly Bishop On Landing The Role Of 'Emily Gilmore' | PeopleTV | Entertainment Weekly

Kelly Bishop talks about auditioning for ‘Gilmore Girls’ and being Amy Sherman-Palladino’s perfect “Emily Gilmore”.
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2 thoughts on “Kelly Bishop On Landing The Role Of 'Emily Gilmore' | PeopleTV | Entertainment Weekly

  1. Nehir Akın September 13, 2019 at 9:19 am

    She's the perfect Emily!

  2. Henry Garcia September 13, 2019 at 9:19 am

    She's one of the best things about Gilmore Girls because Emily's fustrating and almost endearingly stiff and cold nature made the show that much more real when its essentially a small town fantasy.

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