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"Gilmore Girls" The Long Morrow (2006)

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Amy Sherman-Palladino (created by)
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Original Air Date:
26 September 2006 (Season 7, Episode 1)
Picking up on the day after last season's finale, Lorelai wakes up in bed with Christopher. Confused and mortified... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Horrible episode, especially for a Season Premiere! See more (3 total) »


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Episode Crew
Directed by
Lee Shallat Chemel 
Writing credits
Amy Sherman-Palladino (created by)

David S. Rosenthal (written by)

Produced by
Gayle Abrams .... co-executive producer
David Babcock .... consulting producer
Gina Fattore .... co-executive producer
David Glazier .... associate producer
David Grae .... co-producer
Rina Mimoun .... consulting producer
Helen Pai .... producer
Patricia Fass Palmer .... producer
Gavin Polone .... executive producer
David S. Rosenthal .... executive producer
Lee Shallat Chemel .... co-executive producer
Rebecca Sinclair .... co-executive producer (as Rebecca Rand Kirshner)
Jennie Snyder Urman .... co-producer (as Jennie Snyder)
Original Music by
Sam Phillips 
Cinematography by
John C. Flinn III (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Raúl Dávalos 
Casting by
Mara Casey 
Jami Rudofsky 
Production Design by
Daniel Maltese 
Set Decoration by
Mel Cooper 
Costume Design by
Brenda Maben 
Makeup Department
Katrina Chevalier .... hair stylist
Malanie J. Romero .... makeup artist (as Malanie Romero)
Production Management
Dennis L. Judd II .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robin Bronner .... first assistant director
A.K. Pavri .... second second assistant director
Nancy L. Ventura .... second assistant director
Pamela Monroe .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Anderson Vilien .... dga trainee (uncredited)
Art Department
Rhonda Robinson .... property master
Sound Department
David Baldwin .... sound editor
David Baldwin .... sound effects editor
Daniel P. Church .... production sound mixer (as Daniel Church)
Damon Cohoon .... assistant sound editor
Robert Guastini .... dialogue editor
Brian Harman .... sound re-recording mixer (as Brian R. Harman)
Phil Lee .... sound recordist
Tim Philben .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Relyea .... supervising sound editor
Debby Ruby-Winsberg .... dialogue and adr supervisor
Damien Smith .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
O.T. Hight .... visual effects artist
Kanin Howell .... stunts
Jean Paul Ruggiero .... stunts
Mike Gunther .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Clancy .... steadicam operator: "a" camera
Jason Blaise Cunningham .... grip
Patricia Gregory .... dolly grip
Chris Hood .... camera operator
Mark Strasburg .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Gayle Hilary .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Calvin Maehl .... gaffer (uncredited)
Chris Primero .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Alix Maulitz .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Suzy Magnin .... costumer (uncredited)
Valerie Manahan .... key costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Randy Beveridge .... senior colorist
Music Department
Louise Goffin .... producer: "Where You Lead"
Carole King .... composer: theme
Toni Stern .... composer: theme
Gregory Sweeney .... music coordinator
Adrian Van Velsen .... music editor
Greg Wells .... producer: "Where You Lead"
Other crew
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice director
Zach Keyworth .... production assistant
Lisa Martley .... production coordinator (as Lisa K. Martley)
Dalton Newsom .... assistant: producer
Suzanne Waite .... script supervisor
Benjamin Benedetti .... account executive (uncredited)
David Berthiaume .... location manager (uncredited)
Jo Brake .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Calliway Callicott .... stand-in (uncredited)
Kelly Harris Vaughn .... production assistant (uncredited)
Nicki Schultz .... assistant to executive producer (uncredited)
Catherine Petra Villalobos .... production assistant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Did You Know?

When Lorelai frantically gathers her stuff at Christopher's place, we can see that she has already taken off her engagement ring. She must have done it right after the talk with Luke. At the beginning of the episode, Paris makes a comment, "I can scare the stupid out of you, but the lazy runs deep." But actually, if you think about it, it makes more sense the other way around: you can scare someone out of being lazy, but not stupid. Lorelai saying that "The Long Morrow" was a bad title for the episode in "The Twilight Zone" is probably a joke since the Gilmore Girls episode has the same title. When Lorelai gets out of bed you can see that she has the blue dress on that she is supposed to put on when she is out of the bed. When Rory visits Lorelai at the Inn, Lorelai pours her a coffee in the dining-room. As they walk back, Rory inclines the mug, you can see very clearly there is no coffee in that mug.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Taylor says that he's Town Selectman, but he's now the Mayor after he lost Town Selectman to Jackson.See more »
Lorelai:[Explaining to Sookie why she had broken up with Luke for good] It was him not fighting for me. I gave him the ultimatum and he let me walk away. I didn't want a life separate from Luke, and that's all he could give me. It's like Luke is driving a car and I just want to be in the passenger seat. He's locked the door and I have to hold onto the bumper...See more »
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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Horrible episode, especially for a Season Premiere!, 27 November 2006
Author: Coolblueblank21 from United States

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What a bad episode. I can't rave on enough about how horrible this episode was. First of all, CHRIS SUCKS. FLAT AND SIMPLE. Any episode with him in it already gets 3 points deducted from it. OK not really but it did suck! OMG...The Luke/Chris stuff was boring. Every second of it. I don't care about it, so stop shoving it down my throat, Gilmore Girls!!!! Geez. The Toy Rocker stuff was cute but other then that, this episode was gross (LOL). Seriously though it sucked. Awful way to kick off a season that so far, is looking to be one of the worst. Man, what a bad episode, and it didn't get too much better from here, sadly. Ugh. I want the old GG back....where did it go? The first 2 seasons were the best, Season 3 was great, Seasons 4-5 were alright, but Season 6...BLECH. Season 7....MORE BLECH. Ugh.

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