4 'Gilmore Girls' Revival Conspiracy Theories

But are they too good to be true?

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No one is more excited about the return of Gilmore Girls than me. I have been waiting for this day to happen for 10 years. (Note that I intentionally skipped over the seventh season. You all know why...) In the series finale, Rory graduated from Yale, turned down Logan's proposal, and announced that she was off to follow Barack Obama on his presidential campaign trail. Lorelai and Luke finally got back together after one too many years of nonsense getting in the way.

Gilmore Girls: Seasons isn't projected to premiere until sometime in 2017, but that doesn't mean we have to wait that long to start hypothesizing. (Besides most of us loyal watchers have been drawing conclusions of our own over the years.) My co-worker and I came up with four conspiracies that could potentially be developed into the plot. As far as that wedding is concerned though, we're betting our money on Luke and Lorelai. Click through to watch the fictional drama unfold.