We dare you not to tear up while looking at this photo of the Gilmore Girls cast reunited on stage at the 2015 ATX TV Festival in Austin, with a chair reserved for the late Edward Herrmann, who played Richard Gilmore. All. The. Tears.
Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel (aka our favorite fictional mother and daughter duo!) posed for this cute pic.
Emily Gilmore (Kelly Bishop), Lorelai Gilmore and Rory Gilmore together again makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Amy Sherman-Palladino crushed our dreams of a Gilmore Girls reunion movie during the panel, saying there are currently no plans.
"If it ever happened, I promise you we'd do it correctly," she assured.
Alexis Bledel revealed that Gilmore Girls was only her "fifth or sixth audition" ever and that she had a terrible cold.
"I think they're together," Graham said of Luke and Lorelai, the series' most beloved couple. "100 percent."
Sherman-Palladino, Bishop, Bledel and Graham posed with Jared Padalecki (Dean, Rory's first BF) and Scott Patterson (aka Luke, one of the best men to ever be on TV).
While he played one of Rory's boyfriends, bad boy Jess, Milo Ventimiglia revealed he's a Dean (Jared Padalecki) fan during the panel.
Has anyone even aged?!
Check out all the original signs from the series, including Luke's Diner!
Aside from reuniting with her Gilmore Girls family, Graham spent quality time with her Parenthood kids, Mae Whitman and Miles Heizer.
Members of the Dawson's Creek writers' room, including creator Kevin Williamson, executive producer Paul Stupin, Veronica Mars and iZombie's Rob Thomas, posed for a pic after their panel, which was moderated by Julie Plec.
During the panel, Williamson revealed he originally planned for Joey to end up with Dawson, not Pacey.
Mae Whitman, Patrick J. Adams, Arielle Kebbel, Nick Wechsler, and Dawson's Creek's Kerr Smith, among others, took part in a live-reading of the Dawson's Creek pilot. Smith, who played Jack on the WB series, took on the role of Jen, while Whitman played Dawson.
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