If you welled up while watching the new “Gilmore Girls” trailer that dropped today, then you’re a fan.
The Gilmores’ death-defying diet continues
Seriously, why don’t Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) have diabetes yet? Off the bat we learn the wise-cracking mother-daughter duo still eat a whole lot of takeout. No human could ingest the volume of junk food they purport to eat and still look that good.
As does their rapid-fire dialogue
The Gilmore’s non-stop banter is back in the Netflix revival, including a “Batman vs. Superman” reference.
Richard Gilmore is no longer with us
Rory’s golf and book-loving grandfather, played by the late Edward Herrmann, is remembered fondly by a massive portrait. Later in the trailer we see Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) dressed in black, teary, at his funeral.
Rory’s men make appearances
From boys to men: Dean (Jared Padalecki), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) and Logan (Matt Czuchry), all of Rory’s former boyfriends, make an appearance. But there’s no sign of her former foe-turned-kissing buddy Tristin (Chad Michael Murray).
Luke is still in the picture … for now
It appears Lorelai stuck with Luke (Scott Patterson) all these years, but now she seems to be questioning the relationship. Will they stay together?
Melissa McCarthy does make an appearance
After a period of confusion and disappointment, Melissa McCarthy confirmed earlier this year that she would in fact appear in the revival despite her busy schedule, and fans finally got their first look at her appearance in the new trailer.
Lane (Keiko Agena) is still playing the drums
Lane never got to live her rockstar lifestyle during the series’ original run, stifled by her strict Christian mother and later a surprise pregnancy, but judging by the trailer, music remained very much a part of her life.
Kirk is going to Friday dinner?
Emily Gilmore (Kelly Bishop) has no idea who Kirk (Sean Gunn) is — so he’s likely making a one-time-only appearance. But why bring Kirk? Why not?
Paris is back with short hair
Liza Weil now stars as Bonnie Winterbottom on ABC’s “How to Get Away With Murder,” and it looks like she’ll be rocking Bonnie’s signature bob when she reprises her role as the overachieving Paris Geller on Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival.
There’s a pig
Unclear why, but it’s wearing a harness, so it belongs to someone.
Rory is jobless
How could this possibly happen to a Yale graduate? We’ll find out on Nov. 25 when the new series debuts on Netflix.