But my perspective is that when you're a kid, if your audience is a group of children or teenagers, you do have some level of social responsibility. But other entertainers will say that that's not their responsibility, and I can see how they might feel that way as well.But I sort of feel like once [your character is] 18 and moves on to college, you sort of decide what you do.(That's all well and good, but, uh, maybe break up with someone else before you do that?
TVG: Let's talk a little bit about your relationship with your TV mom.
How do you and Lauren Graham get along when the cameras aren't rolling?
Bledel: Well, we had just met when we went straight to shooting — we didn't know each other at all!
But she was very patient with me, because I didn't know what I was doing, and she was always helping me out to get through the day.
You may always be together, but the way you feel on a day-to-day basis, it either stays the same or it changes, and I don't usually talk about it.