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02-Oct-2016 08:30

Daisy's Diner definitely doesn't have the same ring to it as Luke's Diner.

"I was very, very determined to bring it back," the actor said recently while speaking with ELLE. I've been on other shows and I've known people on historic shows, but the fanbase for this show is amazing. They get up and they watch it every morning before they go to work. Patterson however would not confirm or deny if Danes is still together with Lorelai Gilmore, portrayed by Lauren Graham.

“The Frankenstein Brothers” is the story of two twin brothers who move back home to take care of their inherited family brewery.

George is a father figure and encourages them to “to grow up and decide what kind of men they want to be for themselves and the women in their lives.” The movie is set to be released next year.

Patterson will appear again as the backwards baseball cap wearing Danes in Netflix's upcoming four-part revival, "When we were about to shoot in the diner I couldn't quite get him. I had to take a walk around Stars Hollow and re-live things and smell it and sense it and feel it. I went back in and said, 'Alright, good to go,'" he said.

Why not take up the cause and try to move the needle a little bit," he continued.

The guys continued performing live shows, visiting Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.

Scott Patterson served up more than coffee to fans who showed up in Bev Hills to celebrate "Gilmore Girls" like it was the early 2000s again.

The actor made a surprise appearance for 'GG' fans at Comoncy cafe, which was turned into a pop-up Luke's Diner to promote the upcoming new season on Netflix.

A lot of "I actually submitted a list of what I wanted the four words to be to Amy and Dan [Palladino]," he told TV Line.

"And when I found out what the four words actually were, I was quite perturbed. So I made some phone calls and raised the roof a little bit."On a more serious note, Patterson added that he was actually "a little surprised" by what the four words were and said that the exchange (which takes place between Lorelai and Rory, of course) is "clever" and "made sense" as a note to end the series on.

The guys continued performing live shows, visiting Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.

Scott Patterson served up more than coffee to fans who showed up in Bev Hills to celebrate "Gilmore Girls" like it was the early 2000s again.

The actor made a surprise appearance for 'GG' fans at Comoncy cafe, which was turned into a pop-up Luke's Diner to promote the upcoming new season on Netflix.

A lot of "I actually submitted a list of what I wanted the four words to be to Amy and Dan [Palladino]," he told TV Line.

"And when I found out what the four words actually were, I was quite perturbed. So I made some phone calls and raised the roof a little bit."On a more serious note, Patterson added that he was actually "a little surprised" by what the four words were and said that the exchange (which takes place between Lorelai and Rory, of course) is "clever" and "made sense" as a note to end the series on.

Multiple members of the Gilmore Girls cast and crew joined the Guys for an interview (dubbed 'Gilmore Gabs'), including Lauren Graham, Milo Ventimiglia, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn, Liza Weil, Keiko Agena, David Sutcliffe, Vanessa Marano and more.