Warning: This post actually contains no spoilers for "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," whatsoever! I know, I'm shocked, too! Read without fear, my friends!
Alexis Bledel, I love you and I thank you for bringing life to one of my favorite characters of all time: Rory Gilmore.
However, I am here to inform you sometimes, you are just so very wrong.
You were wrong, for instance, about how to hold everyday objects in that Netflix photo shoot.
And now here you are being wrong again, this time about your top four favorite characters on "Gilmore Girls."
The 35-year-old actress stopped by "The Tonight Show" on Monday and shared with Jimmy Fallon her top four "Gilmore Girls" characters.
In case you're unfamiliar, Jimmy Fallon only recently started watching "Gilmore Girls" on Netflix. (So no one spoil those last four words for him.)
A few weeks ago, Jimmy shared his top four favorite characters — other than Lorelai and Rory — on the show and started a Twitter trend of fans doing the same.
Jimmy picked Taylor Doose, Luke Danes, Kirk Gleason and Paris Geller. All of these are characters who have their own distinct personalities and hilarious moments on the show.
Here are the ones Alexis picked: Kirk, Miss Patty, Babette and... Caesar.
Caesar! Alexis picked Caesar over Paris (her best friend), over Lane (her other best friend), Luke and any of her many boyfriends.
Look, I don't have anything against Caesar, but he's barely even a character. Aris Alvarado, the actor, is very charming, but half the time he's not even the one playing Caesar.
They got like three different guys as Caesar, and thought no one would notice, because that's how much of a non-character he is. I think he has like four lines in the whole show.
Yeah, sorry Alexis, I respect your opinion and all, but your opinion is just wrong here.
I'm fine with the other three picks — though Alexis' explanation for picking Babette and Miss Patty lead me to think she was picking her favorite actors to work with, not her favorite characters.
Which, when you think about it, is even worse.
Well, at least we have confirmation Rory Gilmore can in fact hold a coffee cup now.