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I think he will still be doing the same thing because that’s Luke; he’s got to pay the bills." Especially with a kid to support — and we're not talking about Rory (or her bundle of joy).
"I think that they are going to have a child, I do," he assured.
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"I always thought they would.” As for whether or not fans will ever see that — or any other — future for the couple play out on the small screen, that remains a mystery.
From Alexis Bledel's actual coffee intake to the creators' original plans for Luke Danes (Scott Patterson), here are 12 facts about "Gilmore Girls" that might surprise you.
Not only did series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino tell EW that she had "planned different paths" for the "Gilmore" gang -- meaning there are untold stories!
-- but Graham recently hinted that she would be up for it as well.
It's sort of riding the crest of that wave they have created and we helped create with them. They didn't go away and in fact they grew in numbers and the network and the studio made a very complicated deal to bring this to the table and that's what caused it. Maybe I was lunging, stepping, my head was moving forward as I was swinging the bat, I needed to keep my head still. With everybody saying how it just felt like they never left, was there anything about the scripts that said to you "this is but evolved, because now we're in 2016, because everybody's lives are different? It was a daunting amount of work, yet it was the same old rhythm, the same great cadence that Amy and Dan [Palladino] are so good at. The stakes were raised, obviously with the very tragic passing of Ed Herrmann and that affected the scripts greatly and the storytelling in a very moving appropriate manner and we knew that we were in for something the same yet different, deeper; and that became clear the night of the screening, the premier out in Westwood a few weeks back when they screened "Winter." It looked like a really beautiful film that was put together. It looked like a film and I think the fans will attest to that. The dynamic between Luke and Lorelai was more settled and comfortable now because they've been together for so long, not the fire they had early on.
It did seem that the popularity of the show exploded over the last nine years, via the ABC Family reruns and then Netflix putting the original series. We're not just people that they watch on television. That has only increased as the years go on and as their desire for some kind of revival or film becomes more and more of a reality which it did. There was more excitement in that conference room, that initial table read over at Warner Brothers in the executive building. Did you miss the old dynamic or did you like the fact that now they're settled in as a couple, and that's kind of how they're interacting with each other? When you're with somebody that long and it becomes routine and you're familiar with that person, you can sit around and beat each other up all day yet get through it and still be best friends and madly in love with each other, and that's the beauty of the relationship.