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Rory Can't Handle Seeing Jess In New 'Gilmore Girls' Teaser

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Guys, I can't believe "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" premieres on Netflix next week. I think this might be the only redeemable fact about 2016.

But let's talk about the most recent, Thanksgiving-themed teaser trailer that dropped on Facebook. Just like Ms. Patty, I'm full of hot, steaming gossip right about now.

First things first, at one point Lorelai asks Rory, "Did we order Chinese, Greek and Italian food last night?" To which, Rory responds, "And hot dogs."

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All right. Hold the horses. I said hold them so stop petting and riding them! Who are you, Paris?!

If this above exchange isn't further proof Rory is pregnant, I don't know what is.

Why? Because if I was pregnant (although I don't think I'll ever be), I would order those exact four food groups. Constantly.

I tell you, I love this theory more than Michel loves auctions. But I digress!

Then, Luke is all grumbly and says, "I'm not making tater tots."

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Then Lorelai snappily replies, "They're organic."

BAM! Whole Foods just got endorsed by the Gilmore gals.

I'm just going to say what's on everybody's mind. If Luke is coming to Thanksgiving dinner, then Luke and Lorelai are definitely a thing, leaving one question, and one question only...

Are Jess and Rory a thing or what?!

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Well, since Rory is jumping up and down at Jess' arrival, I think there's still that connection between this lady genius and this bad boy with the soul of a poet.

But since there's no ring on his finger, we can assume they're not married. Yet!

I mean, with his winter coat on and some leaves turning yellow behind him, I'm guessing it's late fall (possibly right before Thanksgiving).

If the four-part series starts at Thanksgiving and then heads into "Winter," its first episode, these two have all the time in the world to get hitched: a year.

Dean, hurry up, you angsty handyman! You don't have much time!

Of course, Rory and Lorelai are a couple of high society ladies strutting their stuff in town with parasols like they seriously DGAF.

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Kirk even makes an appearance at Thanksgiving! This is the one and true Captain Kirk IMO (sorry, "Star Trek" fans).

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Naturally, Emily is like, "who da eff is this?" Well, she says it a little more gracefully.

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With the series premiering on Black Friday, all we can do is bide our time and see what happens.

Stay tuned for my coverage at the red carpet premiere of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life!" I'm taking the biggest "Gilmore Girls" fan of them all: my sister!

Citations: New 'Gilmore Girls' Teaser Shows How They Celebrate Thanksgiving Along With More Fun Hints — VIDEO (Bustle)