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Somehow, in that time, she and Mossberg managed to find and secure most of the series’s most important players. Credit goes to Mara Casey and Jami Rudofsky, who cast the remainder of the series once it got picked up, as well as its upcoming Netflix revival. Casey summarized it this way: “Amy”—that’s Sherman-Palladino, creator of —“wanted funny.

‘Just get me funny.’”“‘And talk fast,’” added Rudofsky.

The chemistry between Rory and Dean was undeniable on-screen, so it’s not surprising to hear that these two were canoodling in real life, too.

“Gilmore Girls" casting director Jami Rudofsky told Life & Style, on newsstands now, “Sometimes with casting, the right person just walks in and you just feel it.

Now, though, Bledel’s illness was threatening her performance—enough to potentially cost her the part.“Luckily, we had videotaped one of her early auditions,” Anthony, who cast the show’s pilot with Julie Mossberg, told fans know, the rest is history.

Bledel and Lauren Graham spent seven seasons embodying the sort of mother-daughter relationship on-screen that had never really been seen before: a bond so tight that it bordered on sisterly.

The characters were funny and relatable, the banter was zinger-heavy, the familial drama was poignant and the romantic chemistry, notably between Lorelai and the local diner owner/her caffeine addiction enabler Luke (Scott Patterson), was off the charts.

All things considered, the CW show could have been a forgettable mess, considering it premiered during a period when teen dramas like The O.

C., 7th Heaven and Everwood, to name a few, were all the rage.

But finding the perfect actors to play those beloved characters was a process—one that wasn’t always easy.

The pilot had to be cast in just four and a half weeks, Anthony recalled, rather than the usual 6 to 10.