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Why ‘Gilmore Girls’ Fans Think Lorelai Might Be Pregnant in Reboot: See the Clue!

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Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson in 'Gilmore Girls.'Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Move over, Rory and Anka! Gilmore Girls fans are freaking out that Lauren Graham's beloved character, Lorelai, is pregnant in the upcoming Netflix revival Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

In case you missed it, the craziness all began when the official Instagram account for the show posted a photo of Lorelai's kitchen table Wednesday, August 3. In the pic, a coffee cup and breakfast is placed on top of scattered newspaper pages.

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"Pop-Tart appetizers to hold us over 'till the pizza comes," the caption reads. "And one apple."

Pop-Tart appetizers to hold us over 'till the pizza comes. And one apple.

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Wait, an apple? Lorelai would never buy that at Doose's Market! As Stars Hollows fans very well know, the last time the junk food junkie bit into an apple is when she thought she was pregnant. In the season 5 episode "Blame Booze and Melville," Lorelai freaked out when she ate the fruit because the last time she craved one was when she was pregnant with her daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel). It turned out to be a false alarm.

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Lorelai and Rory were always known for their love of all things sugar and grease. No matter what the occasion, they often chowed down on several courses at a time, including pizza, Chinese takeout, marshmallows, chips and anything off the Luke's Diner menu.

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Earlier this week, Scott Patterson kept mum on whether or not Lorelai and his character, Luke Danes, will have a baby in the revival. "I can’t say. [If they did coparent I] think it would be exactly as we are without a child," he exclusively told Us Weekly during a Facebook Live video Tuesday. "Maybe with a little bit of a power struggle but with love and some understanding. Maybe a couple of blowouts just like everybody else has. I don’t think it would be different than anyone else."

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life debuts on Netflix November 25.

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