Why do they have to tease us?!
For those of you who aren't Gilmore Girls die hards, here's a reminder:
When April, Luke's Daughter comes into the picture, she does an 8th grade science project showing how she found out that Luke was her dad.
(If you haven't watched the Gilmore Girls revival or haven't heard what the four words were at the end, stop reading this now.)
Well, Netflix is messing with our emotions now, posting this tweet that pays an homage to that scene, only with some new faces: Possible dads for Rory's child.
Where's an eighth grade science fair when you need one? #GilmoreGirls
For those who have watched the revival on Netflix, we know it's clearly not... What's his name? Oh yeah, Paul. Rory was so distracted, she couldn't remember Paul even existing, or to break up with him, at least, not enough to have sex with him.
So it really comes down to the guy dressed in the Wookie costume and Logan.
We're pretty sure it's Logan, let's be honest.
So does this mean more episodes? Or is Netflix just attempting to keep the Gilmore Girls revival relevant into the New Year? Only one sentiment covers this:
Life's short. Talk fast. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life coming soon.
Amy Cooper is the type of journalist that when asked "What do you bring to the table," she replies "I am the table.