Luke and Lorelai are easily one of the most iconic couples in TV history.
It took the couple four seasons to finally get together at The Dragonfly Inn’s run through; that’s when Luke and Lorelai kissed for the first time and thus began their first attempt at relationship bliss.
They broke up in the middle of Season 5 after getting into a fight caused by Lorelai's mom Emily and her ex, Christopher. Three episodes later, Luke and Lorelai got back together until…
...Lorelai delivered Luke with an ultimatum in the Season 6 finale.
When fans last saw them in Season 7 of Gilmore Girls in 2007, the two got back together and kissed in front of Luke’s Diner.
And in the first few minutes of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life revival, it's clear that Luke and Lorelai have been living happily ever after since the series finale.
We see Lorelai and Rory walk into their home to find Luke cooking them dinner and cracking jokes about their eating habits.
In Episode 1, “Winter,” Luke and Lorelai explore the option of surrogacy, something that was prompted by a fight Lorelai had with her mother who asked her if she ever had a conversation with Luke about whether or not he wanted kids.
The conversation prompts them to visit a surrogacy clinic that Paris Geller happens to run.
A trip to the surrogacy clinic aside, Luke and Lorelai are still up to their old tricks. We see them at a town meeting...
...at the Stars Hollow charity picnic basket lunch auction...
...and even at the Black, White, and Red movie theater.
Luke and Lorelai also go through some rough patches in the revival.
But everything comes to a head at the end of the third episode. Luke and Lorelai have a blow up in the diner and say some pretty hurtful things to one another.
The next night, after an emotional moment watching a rehearsal for Stars Hollow: The Musical, Lorelai’s feeling inspired and returns home to Luke, telling him she’s going away for a while.
When Luke asks why she’d want to do that, Lorelai responds with the lyrics from the musical number she was so moved by: “It's never or now.”
While Lorelai is away for most of the fourth episode, Luke is convinced she's going to leave him.
When she finally returns home from the Pacific Crest Trail, he goes on a long-winded rant about why they should stay together.
That’s when Lorelai interrupts her partner and says that she actually wants to finally get married.
And Gilmore Girls fans get what they’ve wanted for years and years...
...a Luke and Lorelai wedding!
They decide it will take place in the middle of Stars Hollow on the first day of the Harvest Festival. There will be a hot dog truck for guests, and of course, there will be a wedding cake made by the one and only Sookie St. James.
But the night before their wedding, Luke and Lorelai decide they don’t want to wait any longer.
In order to take some of the pressure off their big day, they wake up Rory, get in touch with Reverend Skinner, and have an intimate ceremony in the Stars Hollow gazebo.
The last few minutes of the revival show Lorelai and Rory dancing through the town square and Luke and Lorelai getting married, with Lane, Michel, and Rory all present.
It’s a truly magical scene, and instead of featuring any kind of dialogue, “Reflecting Light” by Sam Phillips plays in the background.
LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS!
Don't worry, it made Lorelai cry, too.
All these years later, Luke and Lorelai live happily ever after.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
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