Jimmy Fallon’s Gilmore Girls Theory Will Blow Your Mind

Two days is all that stands between us and Gilmore Girls: A Year in a Life. While we wait, many questions disease a GG-obsessed minds: Who will Rory finish adult with? How’s a Dragonfly Inn? What’s Sookie and Jackson’s third child’s name? Do Rory and Lorelai love-hate Sharknado as most as we do? But arch among them is a doubt each Gilmore fan has wondered for years and years: What are a series’ final 4 words?

Jimmy Fallon is as fervent as us to find out.

On Tuesday, a Tonight Show host addressed a poser of a final difference with 3 Stars Hollow regulars: Scott Patterson (Luke), Liza Weil (Paris), and Sean Gunn (Kirk).

According to a expel members present, Patterson was a usually one among them who indeed knew what they were—though that didn’t stop them from hazarding a guess, or two.

“Maybe it’s ‘Kirk is your overlord,’” Gunn joked. Oh, how we wish this were so.

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Patterson certified that he attempted to lean GG creator Amy Sherman Palladino’s vision. “My thought to Amy was ‘Drop a gun, Kirk,’ and she deserted it,” he said, observant that a final word is “more philosophical.”

Fallon’s guess? “Stars Hollow never existed. This whole thing is in a sleet creation and that’s a approach it ends.” WHOA. Now that we consider about it, Fallon’s prophecy seems impossibly plausible.


Find out a law when a 4 movie-length episodes of Gilmore Girls: A Year in a Life premiere Nov. 25 on Netflix.

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