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    Posted on Apr 2, 2016

    "Gilmore Girls" Fans Are Going To Freak Over This News About How The Revival Will End

    The long wait is finally coming to an end.

    If you're a Gilmore Girls fan, you've likely spent years wondering what those legendary "last four words" of the series were supposed to be.

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    Amy Sherman-Palladino, who created Gilmore Girls, often said she knew how she wanted the show to end — in fact, she knew what the final four words would be.

    But, when the show moved from the WB to the CW in 2006, Sherman-Palladino (and her husband, who also worked on the show) left the show due to a contract dispute.

    And because Sherman-Palladino was no longer working on Gilmore Girls, she never got to see her ending through.

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    Still, she kept it a secret — telling no one but her husband — and maintained hope that there would one day be an opportunity to reveal the four words.

    "I was thinking if we did do a movie, I would be able to use it there," she told Vulture in 2012.

    Well, it appears the long wait is OVER.

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    Yes, we are finally going to find out what those words are in the upcoming Netflix revival, which began filming on Feb. 2 with Sherman-Palladino back at the helm.

    Yanic Truesdale, who will reprise his role as Michel, the sassy French concierge at Lorelai's inn, spilled this very crucial info to Us Weekly.

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    He said that he knows the four words, and soon we all will too.

    "I know them because I read the script!" Truesdale said. "I always felt it was intriguing, like everyone else. I was like, 'How does she know the last four words?' But when I read it, I was like, 'Oh, OK. That makes sense.' I can see now why she knew that that would be said."

    Congrats, Gilmorians. We're almost there.

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