I love that many of the cast of that show went on to have such great acting careers! We went to Joe Allen, one of my faves."Q: "Big fan of Gilmore Girls, will there ever be a movie? " Q: "How much of the dialogue on Parenthood is improv?
"Graham: "Truly hilarious and kind on set, and then I'd go see her in Groundlings and be blown away by the characters she created."Q: "Is Luke, Scott Patterson, a good kisser? Also you're beautiful."Graham: "It's a weird and wonderful mash-up of scripted and improvised. "Q: "Who out of the cast on Parenthood is the most similar to their character? Dax is an extremely funny guy who is also a super dedicated family man - like Crosby. :)" Q: "You always seem to have so much fun on Craig Ferguson's show. "Graham: "I love doing that show, and there's no way to fake that kind of genuine affection.
Photo Credit: 'The CW'Max Greenfield: Season 4, Episode 4 Before he became everyone’s favorite on “New Girl,” Greenfield played Lucas, one of Dean’s friends on his bachelor-party galavant around Stars Hollow. ” and looks concerned when Dean starts drunkenly pining for Rory on the eve of his wedding to Lindsay.
Photo Credit: 'The CW'Brandon Routh: Season 1, Episode 13 Lorelai easily took down Superman in his one-episode stint on the show.
Netflix had a very special Thanksgiving treat for ‘Gilmore Girls’ fans – an entire new season of the hit series that went off the air nine years ago.
Star Scott Patterson stopped by to talk about the show (including Rachael’s surprising involvement in it) and show off his first love – music! The ‘Gilmore’ fans have always been great, it’s never nutty fandom, but this is different.” Rach even appears in the Netflix bonus season -- playing herself in a storyline involving a rivalry with Sookie (played by Melissa Mc Carthy).
Photo Credit: 'The CW'Nasim Pedrad: Season 6, Episode 16 Pedrad does a mean impression of Kim Kardashian and was a standout on “Scream Queens,” but one of her first roles on “Gilmore Girls” didn’t give her much to do.
She was simply a waitress who had to wait on a drunk and mean Rory who just found out about Logan’s exploits while they were broken up.
Scott Patterson, who plays Luke on the hit show "Gilmore Girls," is opening his very own coffee brand ... Fans, of course, will know that Luke's Diner is Lorelai and Rory's go-to spot for a cup of joe, often into the wee hours of the night.
Patterson dished the exciting news in an interview with Wealth and revealed the name of his new venture: Scotty P's Big Mug Coffee."[Coffee is] the thing I look forward to every morning and throughout the day and throughout the evening and now throughout the middle of the night," he said.
But Tristan is conveniently sent away to boarding school as Murray gets a stint on “Dawson’s Creek” and then of course as Lucas Scott in “One Tree Hill.” Photo Credit: 'The CW'Mary Lynn Rajskub: Season 2, Episode 19; Season 6, Episode 22 Rajskub had two different roles on “Gilmore Girls” before she became Jack Bauer’s trusted analyst on “24.” In her first, she starred with Kirk (James Gunn) in his own film as the “favorite daughter.” In her second, she competed with and annoyed Taylor to be the town troubadour.
Watch her in "A Film by Kirk." Photo Credit: 'The CW'Jane Lynch: Season 1, Episode 9 Lynch had an eclectic list of roles to her name before she hit it big on “Glee.” On “Gilmore Girls,” she played a nurse who had to suffer the bite of Emily Gilmore after Richard was rushed to the hospital.
The two met after attending a class about how to run an inn. Brody was a great supporting player, but unfortunately Dave conveniently moved to California for college as Brody was cast to star in “The O. Photo Credit: 'The CW'Todd Lowe: Seasons 3 - 7 Gil eventually replaced Dave in the band, and Lowe’s Zack also eventually replaced him as Lane’s boyfriend and later husband.