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So what was it really like to revisit the show that put him on the map? They’re going to have to buy us out; it’s brilliant! Scott: Well, I would run into Lauren once in a while out at restaurants or whatever. Milo [Ventimiglia] and I both ride motorcycles, so we went out to Malibu. The role that he was convinced he'd never get because he wasn't a name actor? You guys might get blamed if sales are down because so many fans will be home watching instead. news via the “Gilmore Guys” i Tunes podcast, and we basically can’t handle it. He’s Team Dean He played the uncle of Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia), but Patterson thinks that Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki) would have been the best choice for Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel). “I will say this, there are talks going on at the moment. He added, though, that Lauren Graham “was my kind of gal: pretty, smart, funny.” Swoon. He Used to Prank Milo Ventimiglia While he was pushing Jess off docks, Patterson was also teasing his on-screen nephew in real life. “I used to like to put shaving cream in Milo’s shoes. I used to put vaseline on Milo’s toilet seat in his trailer. He’d get back at me, but I’m not going to tell you how.” Would Last Though he admitted to not realizing how big the fan base would be, Patterson did dish that he once predicted exactly how long the series would run. Luke Danes Was Originally Supposed to Be a Guest Role in the Pilot When Patterson came in to read for the role, he thought he would only be appearing in one episode. So we knew the chemistry if it [was] good with Lauren then you might get some more scenes,” he revealed, saying producers came back to him after taping the first episode.PHOTOS: Gilmore Girls cast, then and now The former baseball pitcher-turned-flannel-wearing-diner owner, now 56, had a lot of shocking revelations during the hour-and-a-half-long podcast, including some details on a potential reunion that are tastier than one of his cheeseburgers. PHOTOS: Costars reunited “I think Team Dean,” he explained. I can’t really go into any details, but there is some activity. I think it would be a big event, and I think it would be a great fan celebration.” With the big Sorry, for those shipping Luke and Lorelai in real life. “The conversation at the Christmas party I had with Lauren [Graham] was ‘How many seasons do you think we’ll go? “They wanted two more episodes, we said no, they wanted four more episodes, we said no.in Los Angeles, the fans reacted as if One Direction got back together. "It's really so amazing."With hours to go until Netflix drops the much-anticipated revival, Patterson shouldn't be shocked about anything. Maybe Sally Struthers because Sally Struthers comes on set and is just a comedy show.
Fans and VIPS that saw the first episode ("Winter") at Friday's premiere would certainly agree—there was consistent bouts of crying, laughter, and gasps all in the first 90 minutes. Glamour: Last year you reunited with Lauren and Alexis at the Austin TV Festival, but before that, when was the last time you saw them?
And was the chemistry with co-star Lauren Graham just for the cameras or was something brewing behind the scenes as well?
So I went to the fancy dinner across from the hotel at the fancy French restaurant in my sweats! We had a drink first and sat down and got to know each other. Glamour: Kind of ironic you were dressed casual given Luke’s laid-back style.
"Q: "Is there one role you wish you'd never agreed to take? I probably learned as much or more from the projects that didn't turn out as I hoped." Q: "5 things you can't leave home without."Graham: "Notebook, pen (le pen is my favorite), book, lip balm, phone (of course)."Q: "Top 3 things you love to do when you're in NYC!
"Graham: "I love to walk, anywhere really, but especially over the Brooklyn Bridge, shop with my sister, eat at Momofuku."Q: "If you could pick place to go anywhere in the world, where would you go?