Television series episode


In-text citations


The Gilmore girls were feeling anxious when ...1

Direct quote

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"Lorelai, how is your anxiety today?"4

Full note


1. Gilmore Girls, season 3, episode 3, “Application Anxiety,” directed by Gail Mancuso, aired September 13, 2005, on WINTV.


2.  Foyle’s War, season 7, episode 1, “The Eternity Ring,” directed by Stuart Orme, accessed October 12, 2013,


3.  Breaking Bad, season 5, episode 2, “Madrigal,” directed by Michelle MacLaren (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2012), DVD, disc 1.

Subsequent notes

4. Gilmore Girls, 00:13:12.

5. Foyle’s War.

6. Breaking Bad.



Series title. Season #, episode #, "Episode title". Directed by name. Production/Distribution Company, Year. Format, disc#.

Breaking Bad. Season 5, episode 2, “Madrigal.” Directed by Michelle MacLaren. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2012. DVD, disc 1.

Series title. Season #, episode #, "Episode title". Directed by name.  Accessed date. URL.

Foyle’s War. Season 7, episode 1, “The Eternity Ring.” Directed by Stuart Orme. Accessed October 12, 2013.

Series title. Season #, episode #, "Episode title". Directed by name. Aired date, on name of television network.

Gilmore Girls. Season 3, episode 3, “Application Anxiety.” Directed by Gail Mancuso. Aired September 13, 2005, on WINTV.

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