Less than a week before Gilmore Girls is back -- and Rory still can't seem to find her underwear.
Netflix graciously offered fans a second look at the revival series a week before it starts streaming online, releasing its second trailer on Friday.
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While the first trailer showed Rory (Alexis Bledel) confessing to Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) that she opted to go commando that day, it seems Rory's problem might be bigger than we realized.
"You have no idea where your underwear is?" Lorelai (Lauren Graham) asks her daughter in the new promo.
"I am looking for my lucky outfit!" Rory replies.
"Any outfit you wear without underwear is going to be your lucky outfit," Lorelai hilariously cracks back.
Aside from Rory's wardrobe (or lack thereof) the new trailer also offers new peeks at Rory's ex-boyfriends, Jess,Dean (Jared Padalecki) and Logan (Matt Czuchry), as well as Lane (Keiko Agena) and Rory confused at how they've gotten so old, and Paris (Liza Weil) impressively kick-slamming a door.
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While the second trailer doesn't feature any Melissa McCarthy, fans can rest assured that Sookie will indeed be a part of the show.
ET's Leanne Aguilera recently caught up with Bledel and Graham, who couldn't help but gush about welcoming the actress back to Stars Hollow.
"You know, the way these things come together is so circuitous and she's so busy," Graham explained. "Then we all were together on set and it was just great. [We] got to hang out after and it's like [Alexis was] saying, you have a foundation with these people, so anything else is just icing on the cake."
"It was the final piece of the puzzle to make sure that the show felt whole," she continued. "That all of its important players were there, except for Ed [Herrmann who played Richard Gilmore], but it was great to have her there."
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