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‘Gilmore Girls’ Revival: Cast Reflects on Favorite Moments in New Featurette

Put down your coffee cups (don’t worry, just for a minute).

Netflix released a “Gilmore Girls” featurette Wednesday morning, and in it the cast explains why they’re excited to return to Stars Hollow. They also reflect on their favorite moments from the first seven seasons.

“The fondest memory I have doing this show is the very first scene that I did the very first day I was on set,” Scott Patterson (Luke) says. “And I just thought, ‘This is going to work.'”

The behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast members are intercut with scenes from the original “Gilmore Girls,” which ran on The WB then The CW from 2000 to 2007. The result is a whole lot of nostalgia.

Jared Padalecki (Dean) gestures to the “Black-White-Read Bookstore” where he and Rory watched a movie. Keiko Agena (Lane) remembers the first scene she ever filmed with Alexis Bledel.

“There are so many things that are my favorite about doing this show, but honestly just playing this character is my favorite part,” Lauren Graham says. “It just captures people’s imagination.”

Even Bledel chimes in, “We never imagined that we’d be able to come back.”

The highly-anticipated “Gilmore Girls” revival will debut Nov. 25 on Netflix.

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