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Gilmore Girls - The Trouble With Dean
In my opinion here's where they slipped up a bit with the character Dean. Dean Forester makes his appearance in the pilot of the series, as a new student from Chicago whom Rory is instantly taken with. Chicago, which is a big city, and Dean was a new student, right? So why is it in implied in the later seasons that Dean is a country boy? Both Jess and Triston call him farm boy, and Dean does behave a little different than he did in the first season. Also, Dean remarks to Jess in one or two episodes that Stars Hollow was his town, but wait...didn't he just move there himself?
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Tyrone on 11-15-2011
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Crockett and Tubbs writes:
People do change over time, so it's not surprising for people in tv shows to change also. For example, in Boy Meets World, the character of Topanga started off as a hippie child, and eventually lost all traces of that threw out the series. But with Dean, I think you prove a good point, because first of all, he didn't grow up on the show as some characters do. I think they should have made Dean from Oklahoma or something from the start if they wanted him to be that way, and not from a big city like Chicago.
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