Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is bringing Lorelai, Rory, Emily, Luke, Lane, Kirk and all your Stars Hollow favorites back. Take a moment to digest that.
It's been nearly 10 years since Gilmore Girls ended its seven-season run and it seems things have changed in Stars Hollow…while basically staying the same. The new trailer for the four-part event gives glimpses into each episode, "Winter," "Spring," "Summer" and "Fall," and where your favorites are now. And we have questions.
When will Tori Spelling get her own Lifetime movie? Sure, Lifetime already gave viewers The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Story, but what about Tori Spelling's own TV flick? And she'd play herself, of course.
Is something going on with Stars Hollow sewage? While Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) take their winter town tour and discuss Ben Affleck as Batman, there are signs about sewers. "Sewers Swell" and "Switch to Sewer!" can be seen behind the Gilmore girls. What's Taylor (Michael Winters) up to now?!
Who gifted Lorelai a new fridge? Or is it something in the fridge? While Lorelai is arguing with Luke (Scott Patterson) about making tater tots, you can see a giant bow, usually reserved for new cars, on the fridge. The fridge is already adorned with fridge things so…what's inside?
Where is that Richard Gilmore portrait now? A Year in the Life wrapped filming months ago, so that portrait of the Gilmore patriarch has to be somewhere.
Is Rory going to Comic-Con? She's standing in line with a bunch of costumed folks. Can you imagine Rory Gilmore at Comic-Con?
What's Kirk doing at Friday night dinner with Emily (Kelly Bishop)? "Explain to me again who that person is?" "Oh, that I could."
Will A Year in the Life be Lorelai Gilmore's Wild? The Gilmore girls are at some crossroads it seems. Things are hazier for Lorelai.
How much did you cry at Richard's funeral scene?
Where did Emily get those jeans and that Candies t-shirt? Where? When? Why?! This is the first time we've ever seen Emily not in a suit or gown, with the exception of the time she got drunk before Trix's funeral and sat around in a robe.
Jess' publishing dreams are still going strong? In the scene between Rory and Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), the two are sitting inside a Stars Hollow printing establishment, which was established in 19-something. They're at a desk and there are computers, or maybe Rory is working at the paper?
What's the deal with the pig in a harness? Who is walking a pig? Whose pig is that?
What's Rory doing back at Chilton? We know from the stills she's there talking to a class, but about what? Paris (Liza Weil) is also back at the school, looking nostalgic.
Where's Dean been? We know Jared Padalecki has been fighting demons on Supernatural, but we haven't seen Dean since season the end of season five. He's back, obviously, and hanging out in Doose's market???
And on the topic of Dean—did you see that corn starch sign? Rory and Dean's first kiss involved corn starch, in case you forgot!
Sookie's back! Remember all that drama about Melissa McCarthy and whether or not she was asked back for the revival? Phew. Glad that's over. Looks like Sookie is prepping something for a kid, or somebody preparing for a kid?!
Somebody fancy is getting out at Luke's diner—is it Emily? At the end of the trailer when Luke is giving money to Caesar in the dinner you can see a driver opening the door to a black car for…somebody.
Logan (Matt Czuchry) is using a Windows tablet…you'd think the Huntzberger's would have Apple stock.
The musical! Blink at the end of the trailer and you'll miss Sutton Foster and Christian Borle performing in the musical about Stars Hollow's history.
Miss anything? What questions do you have? We'll be here, watching the trailer over and over until Friday, Nov. 25 when Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life premieres on Netflix.