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LGBT Twitter Sounds Off About the Gilmore Girls Revival

LGBT Twitter Sounds Off About the Gilmore Girls Revival

Gilmore Girls A Year In The Life

Fans and newcomers had a lot of opinions about the four new Netflix episodes of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life that were released last weekend.

By now, enough time has passed that there are no excuses for not having watched all four season-themed episodes of the Gilmore Girls revival, which debuted Friday. The series originially debuted on the WB network in 2000, and returned after almost a decade-long hiatus as a Netflix miniseries.

From the musical numbers to the cups of coffee to Michel finally being let out of the closet, there was a lot to talk about in the new episodes, which continued the adventures of Lorelai and Rory -- best friends who are also mother and daughter.

Many LGBT fans invested hours of their Thanksgiving weekend in traveling back to Stars Hollow, waiting for those much-hyped final four words of the series promised by creator Amy Sherman-Palladino. Naturally, they also shared their opinions on Twitter.

The hype was building even before the episodes dropped.

Even the uninitiated seemed to be talking about it.

And then finally the episodes arrived and suddenly we all felt so old.

People had mixed reactions to what was going on.

Some things were new.

Some were the same as ever.

Some viewers were more succinct in their analyses.

Some couldn't analyze at all.

And at least one person avoided the affair entirely.

What did you think? Were you happy with those last four words? Do you want another year in the life? Let us know in the comments below.

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