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Scott Patterson Remembers Being Really Nervous About Luke & Lorelai's First Kiss on 'Gilmore Girls'

Scott Patterson is reminiscing on everything Gilmore Girls, as he launches his brand new podcast, I Am All In.

The actor will be returning to Stars Hallow as a viewer this time, and diving into the series as a fan.

Like many actors, Scott admits that he doesn’t “like watching myself. It’s not a good experience for me.” However, he’s doing it as a love letter to GG fans.

“Enough time has gone by where I can just really appreciate it as a fan. I’m really enjoying it,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

Click inside to see what Scott shared about revisiting “Gilmore Girls”…More Here! »

Some 'Gilmore Girls' Fans May Not Love What Milo Ventimiglia Has In His Home!

Milo Ventimiglia appeared on the Tonight Show this week and Jimmy Fallon noticed something interesting in the background during his Zoom interview.

In the middle of the interview, Jimmy actually asked Milo what was hanging in the background, and Milo gave an up close look. It has to do with Gilmore Girls!

Click inside to see what Milo Ventimiglia has hanging up in his home…More Here! »

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Lauren Graham Reveals The Clause She Includes In All Her Contracts

Should there be a new Gilmore Girls installment, Lauren Graham will be part of it.

While promoting her new Disney+ series, Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, the 54-year-old actress revealed that she has a Gilmore Girls clause written into all of her contracts.

“I put that window into all my new jobs just in case,” she explained during an interview on SiriusXM’s EW Live.

Lauren went on, revealing she’s not trying to start rumors that there’s a new Gilmore Girls on the way.

“It’s not for any concrete reason, except that I have a loyalty and an openness to working with her [Amy Sherman-Palladino], first of all,” Lauren added. “And because we could never have predicted that in the past.”

She went on, “So that door is open. Is it creatively warranted? Is it, you know, something? I don’t know. I don’t know. But yes, technically yes.”

In the Netflix limited series, which explored Lorelai and Rory’s lives after the end of the original series, it was revealed at the end that Rory was pregnant, and this star knows who the father is.

If you missed it, this new Netflix show is getting a lot of Gilmore Girls comparisons.

'Ginny & Georgia' Showrunner Addresses The 'Gilmore Girls' Comparisons

Netflix‘s brand new show, Ginny & Georgia, has been drawing some comparisons to another popular mother and daughter duo series – Gilmore Girls.

Showrunner Sarah Lampert opened up the comparisons and revealed that it wasn’t their intention with the show.

“It was definitely an inspiration, but no more so than My So-Called Life, Buffy, Veronica Mars,” Sarah shared with TV Line in a new interview.

She adds that any stories that had “strong, dynamic, smart, funny, witty, powerful female characters just inspired what I wanted to write about.”

“I think that a relationship between a mother and a daughter, especially a teenage daughter, is one of the most complicated, nuanced, messy, push-and-pull relationships that you have in your life,” Sarah continued, “and I think there’s room for, honestly, hundreds of shows about them. Mother-and-daughter relationships are so interesting to me, and every Mother’s Day, I just send my mom an apology card for the high school years.”

Scott Porter, who plays Mayor Paul Randolph on the series, faced some backlash with Gilmore Girls fans after posting about Ginny & Georgia on his social media, emphasizing that the Netflix show was “so much MORE”.

“I didn’t mean it in the way that we are a greater some of its parts than Gilmore Girls was. What I meant was we have a lot of different storylines that Gilmore Girls would never have stepped into,” he told E! News about the misunderstanding. “We deliver a different kind of storytelling. And, yes, the mother-daughter comparisons, of course, are right there.”

If you missed it, meet star Brianne Howey‘s super cute fiancé here!

Ginny & Georgia is streaming now on Netflix.

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Gilmore Girls' David Sutcliffe Denies Participating in US Capitol Riot But Seems to Support the Rioters

There’s a rumor going around that David Sutcliffe, who portrayed Christopher on Gilmore Girls, was one of the rioters who stormed the US Capitol earlier this month.

The 51-year-old actor responded to the rumor on Twitter and denied he was there. However, some fans are shocked because he did seem to side with the insurgents who stormed inside.

If you don’t know, David appeared on both Gilmore Girls and the Netflix reboot in 2016, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. He is now retired from acting and started participating in “Radical Aliveness” workshops, according to his website.

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Matt Czuchry Reveals He Knows the Answer to a Huge 'Gilmore Girls' Cliffhanger!

Matt Czuchry, who played Logan Huntzberger on Gilmore Girls, is opening up about one of the big cliffhangers at the end of the 2016 revival series Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

At the end of the series, we learned that Alexis Bledel‘s character Rory Gilmore was pregnant, but she didn’t reveal the identity of the father.

Matt‘s character is one of the contenders in the mystery and Milo Ventimiglia has denied that his character Jess is the father.

Click inside to find out what Matt Czuchry just said… More Here! »

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Lauren Graham & Scott Patterson Had To Do This To Keep Up With 'Gilmore Girls' Speedy Dialogue

Gilmore Girls is pretty famous for its really fast and speedy dialogue in the show, and in a new interview with the NY Times, the cast touches on just how speedy it really was.

“This was a show where if you changed one word, they would cut,” Yanic Truesdale, who played Michel, revealed in the feature.

Keiko Agena, who played Lane, echoed him, revealing that the feedback she always got “was, ‘That was great. Could we do it again, just a little bit faster?’”

Apparently, George Bell, the show’s dialogue coach, would ask guest performers to “Gilmore-ize” their performances, aka, “Speed it up. You’ve just got to speed it up.”

READ: ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Will Air on The CW in November

Scott Patterson, who played Luke in the long running series and Netflix limited movie, even revealed that the speedy scripts prompted him and lead Lauren Graham to give up smoking.

“She needed her wind, and I needed my wind,” he explained, before revealing that rewrites on the already super long script (they were typically 20 pages longer than the norm), were turned around fast too.

He recalled one particular shooting day began with “a 10-page scene that came out of the writers room at 6:30 a.m.”

“Lauren and I were sitting in the makeup chair,” he shared. “We looked at each other with this abject terror, and then we got to work.”

READ: Lauren Graham’s Next Role Revealed!

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is currently airing on The CW all week long. Check your local listings for times and channels!