Yanic Truesdale Answers Gilmore Girls Trivia

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Gilmore Girls star Yanic Truesdale (Michel Gerard) recently went face-to-face on a Gilmore Girls trivia contest against a mega fan. Such a brave thing to do, since there are SO many nuances to the show! Yanic prefaces the quiz saying he’s going to lose, see if he’s right or not! It’s a long quiz!!

The “quiz the Gilmore star” has been a common theme recently and I think a demonstration of how different the media environment is this time around. We did not have this amount of digital content during the first round of Gilmore Girls and it’s so much fun to have it now!

Other recent quizzes include the one below with Scott Patterson and this one with Nick Holmes and Alan Loayza.

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5 thoughts on “Yanic Truesdale Answers Gilmore Girls Trivia

  • October 19, 2016 at 9:47 am
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    Christopher’s daughter with Sherry was Georgia “Gigi”.

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    • October 19, 2016 at 2:16 pm
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      Thank you they were killing me… I mean how many times has she watched it?

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  • October 19, 2016 at 12:18 pm
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    GiGi aka Georgia is Rorys lil baby sister. Wow and this girl was supposedly a superfan HAHA! Nice try!

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    • October 19, 2016 at 1:12 pm
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      I thought the same thing. A “superfan” who can’t even name Sookie’s kids? It’s not like there are 10 of them and they’re rarely mentioned. There’s only 2 and they’re named often.

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  • October 19, 2016 at 1:10 pm
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    Their answer to the question about the Dragonfly Inn is incorrect. The Dragonfly Inn exterior was indeed the house on “The Waltons”. It may also be used for “Pretty Little Liars”; I don’t watch the show. But it was the Waltons’ home.

    It is also not technically correct to say that Stars Hollow is based off of Washington, CT. That just happens to be the location of the inn where the Palladinos stayed, inspiring Amy to make that Lorelai’s occupation. She never said that she modeled Stars Hollow after Washington Depot. There are actually other towns, some near it, that look more like Stars Hollow than Washington does, such as New Milford, Gilford, and even Litchfield, and Washington’s location doesn’t work. But the towns do have some things in common (most have some kind of war memorial, some have a town green and/or gazebo, etc.) and it seems that Stars Hollow is sort of a prototypical Connecticut small town.

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