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Rachel Paige
October 10, 2016 4:46 pm

If you think it’s sometimes hard to keep up with the rapid-fire dialogue between Lorelai and Rory while in the middle of a Gilmore Girls binge, imagine actually being with them in Stars Hollow. In Stars Hollow, you can’t just rewind the Netflix episode or turn on the subtitles to see what they’re bantering about, so keeping up with their pace is VERY important. Just ask Luke.

“The acting challenge is to not get caught up in their rhythm, yet not deter from the pace of the scene. That was the tricky part,” Scott Patterson explained to Vulture. Oh, so it is a challenge trying to keep up with them, and then seamlessly fit into their rhythm when it was time for him to ask, “More coffee?” 

Thankfully, Luke’s always been able to keep up with both Rory and Lorelei, and that’s a good thing. He’s still not offering up any hints as to what they’ll be talking about when Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life lands on Netflix, but we’ll have the subtitles ready to go when it happens.

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