9 Things We Want to See on the 'Gilmore Girls' Revival
Netflix has reportedly picked up our beloved "Gilmore Girls" for a limited-series run! Here's what we hope to see on the new installment of the show.
A new, LIKABLE love interest for Rory.
Try and defend them all you want, but Rory's ex BFs just weren't worthy of her. She needs someone fresh and smart and funny, with an abnormally large appetite! Maybe he could be played by her real-life hubby, "Mad Men''s Vincent Kartheiser? (We still demand appearances from Dean, Jess, and Logan just to spice things up, though.)
A performance by Hep Alien.
We hope Zack and Lane are making Mrs. Kim proud by following their musical career path to rock and roll greatness. And if those two aren't still together, we'll probably freak out.
The incomparable Emily Gilmore in all her glory...
This makes us a bit teary eyed, as Edward Herrmann, who played grandpa Richard Gilmore, passed away in 2014. We do hope there's a fitting tribute for the fantastic actor. And perhaps Emily temporarily moves in with Lorelai (and Luke!) following Richard's death. A new era of Friday night dinners full of Twizzlers dessert sushi at Lorelai's awaits.
At least one Stars Hollow town meeting.
A Stars Hollow meeting is the perfect way to concisely catch up with all of the town's wacky characters. We probably don't need more than two of 'em though -- ain't nobody got time for that in a limited series. And can Kirk be town selectman?
All of the success for Paris (and Doyle).
Nobody is more driven than Paris Geller. Our dream is that she got everything she worked for and became a world class surgeon, in addition to later getting a law degree and a PhD. Maybe she and Doyle had a mini Paris who's already trying to take over the world.
SOOKIE ST. JAMES.
We know Melissa McCarthy is, like, one of the biggest stars on the planet now, but can she please take a break from busting ghosts to give us an update on the adorable Sookie? It just wouldn't be the same.
Where are Lucy and Olivia??
OK, we admit this is the least important unanswered question. But is Rory's flash-in-the-pan art friend Lucy, who was played by Krysten Ritter, actually Marvel's Jessica Jones? It's also a Netflix show. Think about it...
"Oy with the poodles already!"
Can someone just say it once? Please?
Those last four words.
Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has revealed that she never got to write the last four words she planned for into the series finale. Now's her chance.
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