RELATEDGilmore Girls Revival: Series Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino Addresses Reunion Project Buzz It began with an oral history of the show’s beginnings, starting from the fateful trip to Connecticut that inspired the creation of Stars Hollow.“We’re staying at an inn, maybe [Lorelai] works at an inn,” Palladino remembers thinking at the time.) and whether or not cuss words will make their debut in Stars Hollow. [Laughs] We get it back today and we start making it Stars Hollow again.  We have not spoken to Netflix about it, so I don’t know what their thought process is yet. TVLINE | You’re on Netflix now, which means you can curse. Oh, and does Gilmore Boss Eyes Melissa Mc Carthy for Revival Cameo: ‘If She Has a Spare Moment, We’d Be Totally Game’ TVLINE | What can you say about the role Richard’s absence plays in these four episodes? It’s walking onto that Gilmore set that is going to be a very different feel, because one piece is missing. And definitely the stories are of where the ladies are and where they’re going. In Stars Hollow, she meets Mia, the owner of the Independence Inn.She begs Mia to hire her though she has no experience of any kind.
He sells camping gear, as well.” After allowing Patterson to ramble for a bit, Graham pointedly interjected, “Does he have a The where-are-they-now question was posed to the rest of the actors, who came up with a mixed bag of answers, some of which had clearly been percolating since the series ended in 2007.Furthermore, Rory, by this time, has been accepted to Yale, and has been denied financial aid due to Lorelai receiving a one-time investment payout given to her by her father (see below).Lorelai is ready to divert her money for the purchase and renovation costs to Rory's tuition, but Rory independently turns to her grandparents for help with the tuition, allowing Lorelai and Sookie to purchase The Dragonfly Inn. He was like their other father.” RELATEDGilmore Girls: Amy Sherman-Palladino Reveals How the Improbable Netflix Revival Came to Be (Part 1)"Gilmore Girls: Amy Sherman-Palladino Reveals How the Improbable Netflix Revival Came to Be (Part 1) Incorporating the veteran actor’s passing into the four-part continuation was never a question, insists Sherman-Palladino. “You couldn’t just say, ‘Oh, Richard died peacefully in his sleep, and now we’re going to go to the cherry-picking festival.’ It’s painful. We’ve also had certain storylines we had to [tweak] because, apparently, there are still budgetary restrictions in Hollywood. I sort of feel like, “This is the story I want to tell, and somebody should just pay for it.”  Apparently, it doesn’t work like that. So, certain storylines — one of which involved one of the boys — had been taken out of our hands. Because the last thing you want is for someone to jump to the last episode and [ruin] it for everybody — which I think would happen, quite frankly, in this day and age of binging. It was very hard, especially for Lauren [Graham] and Alexis [Bledel]. Our plan is to get as many of the lovely men back as possible. TVLINE | Do you know if Netflix plans to release these four 90-minute installments all at once? My preference would be they would be released at once, because I feel like there’s going to be anticipation, and I think the diehard fans would enjoy it more with a little separation.