Fans of Gilmore Girls already have several questions whirling in their minds following the much publicized Netflix release of “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life”. Few of the major questions include, Gilmore Girls last four words meaning, the father of Rory’s unborn child and Luke and Lorelai’s wedding date.
“Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, however, had answers to all the questions that confused fans for so long. “Gilmore Girls” 2016 reboot was the eagerly awaited by fans since 2007, when the show ended after running for seven seasons.
The four 90-minute episodes of the “Gilmore Girls” 2016 reboot started streaming on Netflix from November 25. Each of the episode focused on each season of the year.
Gilmore Girls last four words meaning revealed.
The last four words was finally revealed in the “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life”. And it brought about the much coveted ending. However, the real meaning behind it continues to baffle fans.
The last four words fell into a conversation between Rory and Lorelai in “Gilmore Girls 2016”, the Celebuzz reported. The season ended with the mother-daughter duo sitting on the steps of the Stars Hollow gazebo, when Rory says, “Mom.”
Lorelai responds, “Yeah?” To this Rory answers, “I’m pregnant,” and the scene ends.
According to Amy, “We didn’t really know what that last season was until we got into it and then we asked a lot of questions and we found out where the show ended. The show could have ended in a different place that made those last four words completely irrelevant.”
She added, “So we went into breaking this in a way that we were really looking at it like these three women are at a crossroads. The patriarch has died and what’s the way forward for them?”
Gilmore Girls 2016: The Last Four Words In The Original Series
Amy added that the Gilmore Girls last four words could have ended the original series as well. But it was more interesting to have Rory pregnant at the same age at which Lorelai was introduced.
“That’s just an interesting kind of dynamic,” she told Vulture. “When we met Lorelai, she was 32 and that’s where she was in her life and now we’re leaving Rory at 32 with the thing on the horizon. It felt kind of cooler to us to do it now than if we had done it when we were still on the WB.”
When asked if she has thought about where the story could go next Amy said she was clueless.
“No. Not at all,” she told TV Line. “People have asked me, ‘What is Rory writing in the book?’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t know what the hell she writes in the book.’”