Amy Sherman Palladino- Bring Luke and Lorelai (GG) to Bunheads
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Amy Sherman Palladino- Bring Luke and Lorelai (GG) to Bunheads

    1. Laura Valentin
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      Laura Valentin

      philadelphia, PA

Producer Amy Sherman Palladino- please make this happen! Die hard Gilmore Girls fans have always wanted to see the token Gilmore Girls couple again. The town that Bunheads is set in is perfect for a pass through, and previous Gilmore Girls "Kurt" now runs the coffee stand. The new obsession with the perfect cup of coffee is the prime opportunity for the new female lead and our old Lorelai to have a run in. As is done in many shows with some repeat characters, Lorelai could even acknowledge the old "Kurt" with a - "have we met before?" when receiving her coffee and Luke could come in griping that she is taking so long-- perhaps with a Luke-Lorelai child in tow.

All past fans of Gilmore Girls, which make up a large part of the Bunheads fan base, would appreciate this.

 

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    • Hannah L. WINNETKA, IL
      • almost 2 years ago

      BECAUSE I AM THE BIGGEST FAN OF GG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!AND I LOVE LUKE AND LORELAI!!!!!!RORY IS JUST AS AMAZING!!!!COME ON BUN HEADS

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    • Saule Draksaite SILUTE, LITHUANIA
      • about 2 years ago

      because i love gg

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    • Erin Semenske MILWAUKEE, WI
      • about 2 years ago

      Because Luke and Lorelai are sooooooooooo adorable and need to be on Bunheads!!!! As does Alexis(Rory)!

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    • Thirza Powell CONIFER, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      I love Gilmore Girls, Sounds like a great idea! Would love to see Gilmore Girls continued also!

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    • Jessica Davis BEVERLY HILLS, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      I love this idea! Do it!!!

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