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Okay, try not to squeal like Sookie when she gets the perfect produce, but there is a glimmer of hope for those fans praying for an on-screen reunion.Patterson was a taken man throughout the entirety of the series. ’ She said five, and I actually said seven,” he said. We were holding out for series regular.” Thank god!), Patterson is also working on growing his art and photography business.“Summer of 2006 I really needed to have some sort of creative outlet other than acting so I started painting again,” he revealed.Luke: Taylor, no, no, no, no, and every day from now on 'til the end of my life, I am gonna come in here and say, "Taylor, no." And when I die, I'm gonna have them freeze me next to Ted Williams, and when they find the cure to what I died of and they unfreeze me, my first words are gonna be, "How's Ted?news via the “Gilmore Guys” i Tunes podcast, and we basically can’t handle it. He’s Team Dean He played the uncle of Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia), but Patterson thinks that Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki) would have been the best choice for Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel). “I will say this, there are talks going on at the moment. He added, though, that Lauren Graham “was my kind of gal: pretty, smart, funny.” Swoon. He Used to Prank Milo Ventimiglia While he was pushing Jess off docks, Patterson was also teasing his on-screen nephew in real life. “I used to like to put shaving cream in Milo’s shoes. I used to put vaseline on Milo’s toilet seat in his trailer. He’d get back at me, but I’m not going to tell you how.” Would Last Though he admitted to not realizing how big the fan base would be, Patterson did dish that he once predicted exactly how long the series would run. Luke Danes Was Originally Supposed to Be a Guest Role in the Pilot When Patterson came in to read for the role, he thought he would only be appearing in one episode. So we knew the chemistry if it [was] good with Lauren then you might get some more scenes,” he revealed, saying producers came back to him after taping the first episode.And what was his relationship with sparring partner Lauren Graham really like? What was your reaction to hearing that the show was ending? And I think I was probably a little relieved, and disappointed at the same time. I also have a holding deal, which means that [Warner Bros.] is looking to place me in another series as we speak. And it was less work - I'm not qualifying that either way, whether it was good or bad. Was it bittersweet that Amy wasn't there at the end? But also, less is more, because it leaves in the audience's imagination where it could go, and that's really good writing. And I know fans are a little upset because they feel unsatisfied. Do you feel like you were cheated out of saying a formal good-bye to the cast and crew since the decision came down after you were done filming? But in Hollywood, when you're trying to make the best deal you can, unfortunately, that type of thing is going to happen from time-to-time. They chose a certain tactic and they stuck to their guns, which is admirable. I have a big singing audition for him tomorrow in full wardrobe. This is the upside of Gilmore ending, because now a whole new world is opening up and it's really thrilling.So many things went through me when I heard the news. I know a lot of people were very optimistic, but I wasn't one of them. Patterson: To continue to do something like that there has to be a real passion for it. The mood on the set was that it had run its course. They feel like they hung in there for so long and didn't get the full monty, so to speak. I haven't talked to either Lauren or Alexis about the situation, but I guess they just felt like the deal just wasn't good enough for them.

There’s another reason why she loves working on “Chloe King” so much… “I spot stars a mile away and stay away from projects that have horrible people involved. But I’m here an average of 50 hours a week, so there isn’t a lot of socializing for any of us.” Patterson was most recently seen in “The Event” and as Liam’s shady dad on “90210.” We’ll just be over here, pretending that Stars Hollow is real and that Luke and Lorelai have 1.5 kids and a bunch of little puppy Paul Ankas by now.

Patterson makes some major hints to Luke’s relationship status with Lorelai.

Nothing is 100 percent certain, but all signs point to them being together!

I think that would've turned the fans off even more. I think they have 152 episodes of Gilmore Girls to go over again and again and relive. I think fans were a little perturbed because it delayed what they considered to be the inevitable, but this is what happens sometimes in life. And Vanessa is just a delight to work with, and a true professional. Lauren has always been pretty much the rock of that whole production.

It's a lot of work that's in there and I think at the end of the day, they're going to take away from this that they've had a good run as well. Over the years there's been speculation that you and Lauren had some rocky times. She did the lion's share of the work, and she did it with real aplomb. Not for 10 minutes would I have wanted that schedule. I enjoyed doing scenes with her because I knew she was going to hit the ball back over the net as good as she got.

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