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Rory has 2 people at the same time wanting to pay for her tuition.

And the mother in gilmore girls is a total frau, and all of their played out coffee jokes. There were tons and tons of rumors about the GG set when it was on the air -- extras were writing blog posts to air their grievances.

Oh, and does Gilmore Boss Eyes Melissa Mc Carthy for Revival Cameo: ‘If She Has a Spare Moment, We’d Be Totally Game’ TVLINE | What can you say about the role Richard’s absence plays in these four episodes? It’s walking onto that Gilmore set that is going to be a very different feel, because one piece is missing. And definitely the stories are of where the ladies are and where they’re going.

When the series first started, we picked up with Lorelai having this life in place and then something changed where she had to bring her parents back into the mix, which was basically going to start a whole new existence for herself. RELATEDGilmore Girls Revival Reaction: ‘It’s What I Hoped It Would Be’"Lauren Graham’s Emotional, Heartfelt Gilmore Girls Revival Reaction: ‘It’s What I Hoped It Would Be’ TVLINE | The events of Season 7 — do they exist in this world?

Australian actor Tanc Sade who had a recurring role on Gilmore Girls and made a cameo in the reboot responds to the FB thread with the following comments I worked on the original Gilmore Girls for two seasons as an actor (and am also in the revival).

This news follows Milo's appearance at the 2017 Paleyfest with the rest of the This is US cast, who gathered at the Dolby Theatre for an audience Q&A earlier this month.

Fans of the hit series were pleased to pick the cast's brain during the panel, especially after the show's tearjerker of a season finale.

Maybe it’s a little too much at times — and rapid consumption of the four 90-minute episodes Netflix commissioned is not advised — but when it relies on the notable strengths of its core ensemble, it is television at its most warm and reassuring.

The early sections of the first episode dwell heavily on cameos from returning characters and spend a lot of time recapturing the vibe in the small Connecticut town of Stars Hollow, where grumpy diner owner Luke (Scott Patterson) sighs at freeloaders who want his wifi password, and where the sweetly wayward Kirk (Sean Gunn) is excited about yet another preposterous money-making scheme.

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