Breaking down the latest 'Gilmore Girls' photos

We're getting dangerously, deliriously close to the premiere of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," also known as the day we ignore our friends and family and disappear into Netflix. Seriously, how perfect is it that the new episodes drop the day after Thanksgiving so you can escape from whatever hell your family is subjecting you to? It’s like Lorelai made the decision herself.

To tide you over, Netflix released another round of promotional photos, and we have some thoughts.

LC: Lane is totally hiding candy bars under that table of Korean food. Look at the guilt in her eyes.

SA: Hmm, I think she's thinking, "I can't believe I am still in Stars Hollow and dear God, is my mom immortal?!" Rory kind of looks scared of Mrs. Kim.

LC: As are we all.

SA: They're looking at the recently released Gilmore Girls posters and wondering why so much Photoshop was used.

LC: Way harsh, Tai. But yes. I think either Kirk or Taylor has to be involved in whatever they're looking at.

SA: I think it has to be Kirk.

LC: Those are definitely the faces of people watching Kirk engage in some performance art.

SA: Maybe he showed up on set as his character from "Guardians of the Galaxy." Honestly, it wouldn't be the weirdest Kirk thing to happen. 

LC: Why is Luke not more dressed up for Friday night dinner?!

SA: Pour one out for the Richard painting in the background. Also, how many flannel shirts do you think Luke owns? Like nothing else, right?

LC: Lorelai has bought him clothes! Remember the big mall trip in Season 1? The man has nicer clothes than this.

SA: Meh, but why bother when you look that good in a backwards baseball cap?

LC: (I’m not ignoring your Richard comment, it’s just too painful to process.)

SA: "Luke, I'm telling you. This dream felt so real. I was married to Mandy Moore and we had three kids and it was really emotional."

LC: Not to harp on what the men in this show are wearing, but come on, Jess. The blazer over a T-shirt look from Season 6 really worked for you. You're a grown-ass man. The hoodie is unnecessary.

SA: I disagree. I love a good hoodie.

LC: You are not going to win over Rory Gilmore in a hoodie.

SA: She doesn't seem to have high standards.

LC: OK, fair. 


SA: That coffee cup is too small.

LC: Do you think the Stars Hollow Gazette would still be printing? How do they make their money?

SA: Small town newspapers thrive. Plus, Taylor would bankroll it just to give his craziness a platform.

LC: It's cute that Rory still reads it, even though she's (hopefully) a big time journalist now.

SA: Where do you think she’s working?

LC: For RedEye, probably.

SA: She writes our horoscopes.

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