"Gilmore Girls, A Year in the Life" was as overstuffed as Lorelai's backpack with pop culture references, but hey, not so fast with the encomiums.
From "Matlock" to "Noam Chomsky" and from "Matilda" to "Game of Thrones," the pop culture references kept right on coming in Episode Three.
From Stravinsky to Stalin and from Eraserhead to Radiohead, the pop culture cues kept right on coming in Episode Two
The four-episode "Gilmore Girls" revival is more jam-packed with pop culture arcana than an anthology of Dennis Miller rants.
Post-turkey watching could include the highly anticipated "Gilmore Girls" reboot, Rocky movies or comedy specials from Michael Che and Patton Oswalt.