revival just wrapped up filming would have been enough in any form, but in true Gilmore fashion, it arrived in a transcendently lovable form—a selfie from Luke and Lorelai themselves. Second, Patterson’s caption is on point: “Just hand @thelaurengraham the Emmy now!(Or, you know, Scott Patterson and Lauren Graham.) We’ll give Luke-Lorelai shippers a moment to compose themselves. ” And perhaps most important, it’s one more piece of evidence to help put the rumors that these two hate each other to rest.I didn't sense there was any passion left, and, therefore, little reason to do it. Creatively, maybe, certain cast members were bankrupt and wanted to recharge their batteries in another venue. But I think the show will live in their imaginations longer as a result of this type of an ending. It showed Luke in a much different light than what we were used to seeing. If they felt the deal was good enough, they would've signed. I posed this question to Lauren and I'll as you as well: Would you be up for doing a Gilmore Girls reunion movie penned by Amy? But there are a myriad of [factors] that go into these decisions; it's not just one thing. A lot of fans Luke and Lorelai fans feel cheated because she spent so much of the season with Christopher. They were really faced with doing it the way they did it or pull a Deus ex machina, and that would have been really bad. What a terrific and loyal group of people they are. I know a lot of fans resisted April initially, but I thought it really helped the show. And I think people thrive on rumor and innuendo; that sells papers, gets people to click on websites. Patterson: I don't even see that happening in the hypothetical sense.
One wonderful wedding, several career opportunities, and three children later, the Knope-Wyatts continue to have it all. If there was ever an episode that gave the people what they wanted, it was “Once More with Feeling” in Season 6.I think that would've turned the fans off even more. I think they have 152 episodes of Gilmore Girls to go over again and again and relive. I think fans were a little perturbed because it delayed what they considered to be the inevitable, but this is what happens sometimes in life. And Vanessa is just a delight to work with, and a true professional. Lauren has always been pretty much the rock of that whole production. It's a lot of work that's in there and I think at the end of the day, they're going to take away from this that they've had a good run as well. Over the years there's been speculation that you and Lauren had some rocky times. She did the lion's share of the work, and she did it with real aplomb. Not for 10 minutes would I have wanted that schedule. I enjoyed doing scenes with her because I knew she was going to hit the ball back over the net as good as she got. Ours were at least 85 and we almost never cut anything,' Lauren said.'We could never say, "You’re not going to use this scene." We just had to speed it up. ()" It's understandable considering it's been nearly a decade since Patterson hung up his hat and closed up shop at Luke's Diner for good.