After revealing earlier this month that he's been binge-watching Gilmore Girls, Jimmy Fallon got to grill three of his favorite stars from the series on Tuesday's Tonight Show.
Ahead of the show's revival debuting on Netflix on Friday, the late-night host sat down with Scott Patterson, Sean Gunn and Liza Weil -- who portray Luke, Paris and Kirk -- and asked them what they thought of the many fan theories surrounding the show. In particular, Fallon's theory that the whole town is in a snow globe and showrunner Amy Sherman-Palladino's plan to end the beloved series with four words.
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While Patterson admitted that he does know what the final words will be, Gunn opted not to be informed. "I want to watch it with the fans and see," he explained. "Maybe it's 'Kirk is your overlord.'"
Patterson joked that he pitched "Drop the gun, Kirk," while Fallon -- going along with his snow globe theory -- thinks the last words will be, "Stars Hollow never existed."
Sherman-Palladino has said that she's known the last four words of the series since the beginning, and hopes that fans keep it to themselves while watching the final episode.
"It would be great if people who only wanted to see the last four words first got some therapy before it actually aired and got rid of that inclination because it really is a journey leading up to the last four words and it's going to mean a lot more if you've taken the journey," she said during the summer Television Press Association press tour in July. "It's going to mean a lot less if you just flip to the last page. That being said, what can I do?"
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