Behold: some Gilmore Girls trivia for all of you diehard fans out there. Gilmore Girls brought us not only a mother-daughter relationship we could be envious over but other memorable characters, like disgruntled Luke, the always-chatty Miss Patty, numerous good and bad romantic interests, and the best girlfriends a girl could have: Lane and Sookie. Admit it, you got weepy-eyed when Lorelai proposed to Luke, and laughed-out-loud whenever Lane unveiled another music "hiding place" under her floorboards. Throughout the seasons, we learned obscure pop culture references and important life lessons that we'll never forget. And if we do need a refresher, well, we can always watch all of the Gilmore Girls episodes on Netflix!
Just like the Gilmores we’d never keep secrets from you (well, at least not for too long) like, “Who was pregnant during filming?” And, “What was really in Rory’s coffee cup?” Have no fear! We’re about to reveal all the behind-the-scenes 4-1-1 right here on our list of Gilmore Girls fun facts and trivia!Fans were devastated when the show was canceled during its seventh season on May 3, 2007. Will we ever know exactly what happened to our favorite quick-talking, coffee-guzzling mom and daughter duo? Most importantly, which men did they end up with? Though rumors have flown about a TV reunion, or even a movie, nothing has been set in stone. So in the meantime, grab some pizza and take a look at some tidbits you might not have known about your favorite Star's Hollow inhabitants.
The Show's Tagline Is "Life's short. Talk fast" for a reason
You're completely correct in thinking they talk fast on the show. The average Gilmore Girls script is double the length of a standard TV script. That's a lot more lingo to throw in so it's fitting the show's tagline is "Life's Short. Talk fast."(Source)
Lane's Father Actually Exists
The character of Lane's father actually lives with Lane and her mother even though he never makes an appearance. . . not even at Lane's wedding!(Source)
The Gilmore Girls's Sets Were Built on a Sound Stage
The entire first floor of Lorelai and Rory's home was built to scale within a sound stage. But you could also access Sookie's house from Lorelai's foyer through a "coat closet" door. Exterior shots of the home, the foyer, and the hallways were filmed on an outdoor set.(Source)
The GG Producers Created Paris For Weil
Liza Weil originally auditioned for the part of Rory. Even though she didn’t get the role, the producers liked her so much they wrote a part for her: Rory’s arch-nemesis turned friend, Paris Gellar.(Source)