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    Ok I don't usually buy into any of this but Ausiello has sooo much more creditability than Kirsten from E online.. so here goes.. hold your breath and cross your fingers and toes and anything else you can!...

    Question: So, what gives? There is no way you could still be at Fox's upfront party. Did you track down AS-P, and, if so, what were the final four words she had in mind for Gilmore Girls?- Katrina

    Ausiello: OK, here's the deal: Yes, I tracked her down, but, no, she did not cough up those elusive four words.

    But wait - there's more. And it's good. No,amazing. No, un-frakkin'-believable. Amazing, even. Wait, did I say that already? Well, it's true. Because just as I was about to brand her a big ol' promise-breaker right there in front of all those industry types, Amy explained why she couldn't divulge her long-ago-planned Gilmore ending. (Gilmore fanatics: This is the time in Sprockets when you either lean on a heavy object or just sit down.)

    In the next year or two, she hopes to make -wait for it - a two-hour Gilmore Girls TV-movie that ties up all those loose threads! I nearly fell over when she said it - especially given what she told me back in December. (BTW, lest you think Amy was pulling my leg, her partner in life and in showbiz, Dan Palladino, confirmed that a GG reunion pic is something they're interested in pursuing.)

    And I wasn't the only one floored by this development. "She said what?" gasped Scott Patterson after I relayed the information to him over the phone. "I didn't think she would be interested in doing something like that. But if she says she is, I would seriously consider it."

    Alexis Bledel was equally stunned. "A Gilmore Girls reunion?" she said with a laugh. "That's certainly not something I had thought of doing. That's really funny, I have no idea how I would feel in a few years. I don't know, I'm sure the script Amy would write would be great, but I guess I'd have to read it and see how I felt at the time."

    Last but not least, Lauren Graham e-mailed me late last night to say, "Could be a fun idea if everyone wanted to do it. I would do it just to get the four final words out of Amy. They torture me."

    Stand by for a comment from Warner Bros. big cheese Peter Roth. In the meantime, head over to the Ask Ausiello Discussion Thread and start brainstorming campaign slogans!

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    Weird. I really felt like the last eppy did a great job with "wrapping up loose ends." I mean, not much was left dangling. What do people want? A L/L wedding. *yawn* Lame. They're together. End of story.

    I'm afraid a tv movie would totally ruin what the last ep did so well.
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    • #3
      The final ep did a great job -- nonetheless, I wouldn't mind a further look, see where Luke & Lorelai have progressed, see where Gigi and April fit in, etc. My ideal would be Rory, having become rapidly appalled by journalism & the succubus of politics, reuinites with Jess & moves into indy publishing -- it was always the smallness of GG & its tension & contrast with the world of money & events that was its appeal.
      Entrer dans la lumi?re comme un insecte fou respirer la poussi?re vous venir ? genoux - Patricia Kaas