Twitter is ready to return to Stars Hollow!
The ‘bird app’ may be one of the most popular spots to discuss the hottest up-and-coming TV shows, but a certain beloved dramedy is getting lots of attention on September 1st!
“Gilmore Girls,” the often hilarious and heartwarming tale of Lorelai and Rory, a fast-talking mother and daughter growing together and navigating the relationships in their lives, is often associated with cozy, autumn-related aesthetics.
The show, which originally aired between 2000 and 2007 on the WB and later on The CW, as well as later achieving an immense amount of streaming success on Netflix, continues to generate conversation on social media in celebration of those nostalgia-fueled associations!
The ‘GG’ love has been strong enough on Twitter today to the point of becoming a trending topic.
Today isn’t the first instance of “Gilmore Girls” making headlines lately; Scott Patterson, who portrayed the curmugeon-y but lovable Luke Danes, recently revealed his feelings toward a certain storyline from season three.
Scott Patterson Speaks Up
Patterson has been looking back and discussing “Gilmore Girls” on his podcast, “I Am All In With Scott Patterson.”
Recently he and his co-hosts were revisiting a particular scene in the episode “Keg! Max!” where Lorelai and her BFF Sookie St. James (Melissa McCarthy) objectified Luke’s backside.
According to our report, Patterson had felt “really embarrassed” while shooting the scene.
Patterson began his discussion by saying, “I realized it wasn’t okay and it didn’t make me feel comfortable at all.”
He also later added, “It was also the most disturbing time I have ever spent on that set.”
Despite Patterson’s recent revelation, love for the series was still alive and well on social media.
Twitter Is La-La-La Loving “Gilmore Girls” And Its Fall Vibes!
When the weather starts getting colder outside and the days begin getting shorter, “Gilmore Girls” fans may start thinking about breaking out their massive coffee cups and reminiscing on the beginning of the school year!
This idea seems to be a consensus on Twitter today as the hashtag for “Gilmore Girls” gradually becomes more populated with discussion, almost acting as a virtual Luke’s Diner!
Do you hear that? The sweet whisper of the la-las rustling the autumn leaves. It’s officially Gilmore Girls season. Hello, old friend.
— Coffee With a Shot of Cynicism (@gilmorepodcast) September 1, 2022
The account for the “Gilmore Girls” podcast, Coffee With A Shot of Cynicism, tweeted, “Do you hear that? The sweet whisper of the la-las rustling the autumn leaves. It’s officially ‘Gilmore Girls’ season. Hello, old friend!”
Another Twitter user posted a collage of photos featuring Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) enjoying autumn in Stars Hollow.
Many Twitter users also included “Gilmore Girls” in collages and in tweets containing references to other elements of pop culture commonly associated with Fall.
@weaversknot shared a collage featuring trees with fully turned leaves, a photo of Bledel’s Rory sitting against a tree while reading, and the series’ beloved title card alongside a mug containing a Fall flavored drink!
Their Tweet read, “dark academia girls, bookworms, hopeless romantics, ‘gilmore girls’ stans and taylor swift listeners… it’s our time!” with an orange heart accompanying the tweet.