The last four words of "Gilmore Girls" were hard for Alexis Bledel, and girl, same
For nine years, Gilmore Girls fans wondered what the infamous last four words of the series would be. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino left the long-running WB series at the end of the sixth season, and the seventh and final season of Gilmore Girls was controversial amongst fans, who knew that the series wouldn’t end the way ASP had envisioned it.
When Netflix revived the series for four ninety-minute episodes in late 2015, fans rejoiced at the notion that they would finally learn what ASP’s final four words would be. But now that we know (spoiler) they reveal that Rory’s pregnant, we have more questions than answers. While fans were certainly surprised, Alexis Bledel, who plays Rory, revealed that the cast was just a shocked when they were told the final four words.
Gilmore Girls stars Bledel and Lauren Graham opened up about working on the revival, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life at Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys event in Hollywood on Sunday.
Bledel told moderator, TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, that she had told ASP that she hoped Rory would get a happy ending.
Despite the shock, Bledel added that she trusts ASP with the characters and knew the creator knew what she was doing. She said, “Because I know Amy after all these years, I knew it was her true intention and it was something that satisfied her as a writer because she knew the reaction she was going to get from the audience. So I trusted her.”
According to Graham, neither she nor Bledel have been approached to do a Season 2 of A Year in the Life, yet. Now that we’ve heard them describe it, we definitely want to see Rory and Lorelai’s hilariously chatty dynamic in a birth scene so Netflix should probably renew Gilmore Girls for more episodes ASAP.