as a general thought, we felt it would be great if one day we could put something out there that could help other people out.Then, when the time was right, we went back and looked at some of that stuff.
The early sections of the first episode dwell heavily on cameos from returning characters and spend a lot of time recapturing the vibe in the small Connecticut town of Stars Hollow, where grumpy diner owner Luke (Scott Patterson) sighs at freeloaders who want his wifi password, and where the sweetly wayward Kirk (Sean Gunn) is excited about yet another preposterous money-making scheme.
But for those who want a retreat from reality in order to spend time in this beautiful little Brigadoon of a town, where a scheme to install a new sewer system is one of the most pressing issues on the local agenda, these “Gilmore Girls” episodes will feel like a warm blanket on a cold winter night.
People go to Luke’s Diner for reassuring takes on classics like grilled cheese, pie, and coffee, not for foodie creations that look and taste unfamiliar.
Most of the viewers who dive into Netflix’s “new” incarnation of “Gilmore Girls” are probably operating from a similar impulse: They want their TV comfort food, and they want it now.
"I think everybody who has been dating for more than a couple of years probably talks about [getting married] at some point.