We won’t tell you how many times we’ve already watched the trailer, so let’s just say that it’s great – but still way too short. The teaser left enough questions wide open that we decided to compile the 50 Questions We Had Watching the “Gilmore Girls” Trailer. Feel free to play along:
- Who exactly is manning each of the booths for the Spring International Food Festival, besides the Kims for Korean food?
- If I could harness the power of a Gilmore metabolism, could I charge my phone?
- Was Tori Spelling burning herself at Benihana ever funny?
- Has “Gilmore Girls” really not heeded Myles McNutt’s #EmptyCupAwards, or are they flagrantly thumbing their nose at him?
- Aww, so poor Luke also has to cook for them at home?
- Are Luke and Lorelai married? [rewinds but sees no evidence of ring, which is inconclusive]
- Is that Richard Gilmore painting 10-times scale?
- Is that Big Ben?
- Did Rory visit London?
- Did Rory have a British boyfriend?
- Will there be a Shard joke?
- Is that the Hilton Bayfront hotel in San Diego?
- Did Rory go to Comic-Con?
- What is Kirk doing at Friday dinner?!
- Wait, how does Emily not know why Kirk is there?
- Is Cat Kirk still alive and angry at Human Kirk?
- Is this the extended version of “Where You Lead”?
- Why would anyone use an exercise ball at the inn?
- Is Lorelai going to have a “Wild” moment and hike somewhere?
- Of course not. What was I thinking?
- Do both Lorelai and Rory have wanderlust now?
- How in the world was Lorelai content to stay in Stars Hollow after Rory left, anyway?
- Is Lorelai speaking to a therapist?
- Uh-oh, is Lorelai going to break up with Luke?
- Is Emily wearing Lorelai’s Candie’s t-shirt?
- With a gold chain?
- Oh crap — the funeral. Is this going to make me cry?
- Did Emily read Marie Kondo’s decluttering book also?
- What brings you joy, Emily?
- Wow how much drinking is in this trailer?
- Did Richard get a drink and newspaper before he died?
- Why is Rory going commando?
- Are you a still a contender, Jess?
- Where are Dean and Logan?
- When did Taylor Doose get so grey?
- Did everyone in Stars Hollow just join a cult?
- How has Michel’s spirit not been permanently crushed by now?
- Is that Pig Kirk?
- How many theme dress-ups can they fit into these four installments?
- Why is there so little of Luke in this trailer?
- Are we going to get a ballet recital or better yet a reenactment?
- Has Dean remarried?
- Will Dean’s prediction about how Luke will hold back Lorelai bear out?
- Are Rory or Lorelai going to join the musical?
- How many kids did Sookie and Jackson have?
- How much did Melissa McCarthy get paid to return?
- What’s the special occasion the requires a mini Stars Hollow cake?
- Is April in the limo?
- Oh no, is Paris a teacher at Chilton?
- Why does Logan look happy… too happy?
- What are Lane’s kids like?
- It’s a Pilgrim or Thanksgiving musical?
- Shouldn’t it be “four-part Netflix event” with a hyphen?
Whew, that’s it for now. Did we miss anything?
“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will air in four 90-minute chapters each spanning one season of the year: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. They will be available to stream on Friday, Nov. 25 on Netflix.