It's happening! Thanks to the powers that be at Netflix, we're finally getting that much-anticipated Gilmore Girls reboot that's been on fans' minds ever since the series ended. We've all imagined what the lives of our favorite Stars Hollow residents are like in the present day, but it seems we'll finally get the closure we deserve. I've got 7 burning questions below that Amy Sherman-Palladino and squad better be prepared to answer when my favorite mother-daughter duo returns.
1. What happened with Luke and Lorelai?
I won't settle for that "sealed with a kiss" crap the series finale left us with. I want to know if they're married. Do they have kids of their own? Did Luke's daughter die in a terrible canoeing accident? The whole shebang.
2. Can Logan Huntzberger put his Good Wife life on hold for a quick rendezvous with Rory?
The answer to this better be yes. I still stand by the philosophy that Rory realized the error of her proposal-rejecting ways rather immediately. But if we don't see this pair on screen in the revival episodes, I'll be crushed.
3. What's Jess up to?
Shippers will flip if Jess doesn't return to stir up a little trouble-with-a-side-of-romance in Rory's life. I totally wouldn't mind a Jess/Rory/Logan triangle either. (Don't even think about it, Dean.)
4. How is Emily dealing with the loss of Richard?
I am, of course, assuming that Richard has passed. That's the only logical explanation for his absence. And I'm guessing this will make Emily even more of a handful than she was previously.
5. Can we pretty please have a little Sookie?
Melissa McCarthy, I know you're a busy woman. But since we didn't get any Sookie at the ATX reunion panel, I'm going to need you to show up for this, okay? Rearrange your sched and do what it takes to make this happen.
6. Why did Paris cut her hair?
How to Get Away with Murder's Bonnie Winterbottom has a drastically shorter 'do than Paris Geller. Sure, she might get extensions, but I'll need a full explanation as to how killing someone has changed Rory's BFF.
7. What kind of cool things do Lorelai and Rory have to say about our era of pop culture?
GG creator Amy Sherman-Palladino's witty dialogue on all things pop culture was a staple of this show. So, I've got to know what Lorelai and Rory think of pumpkin spice lattes among other hot topics of our day and age.