Gilmore Girls went off the air in 2007.
However, this comedy-drama - created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel - will never truly go away.
The story of a single mother, her daughter and their lives in the fictional town of Stars Hollow continues to resonate with loyal viewers, who quickly fell for the heart, humor and rapid dialogue.
But did you know on which real-life town Stars Hollow is based? Which stars dated in real life? And why Luke so often wore a baseball hat?
Below, we present 7 facts about the beloved program with which even the more ardent Gilmore Girls fan may not be familiar...
Neither Keiko Agena (Lane Kim) nor Emily Kuroda (Mrs. Kim) are Korean. They faked their accents on the series.
Stars Hollow is based on Washington Depot, a small town in Western Connecticut. Producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband fell in love with the real-life village during a trip prior to filming.
Alex Borstein was originally selected to portray Sookie. But she had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts with MadTV and Family Guy.
Scott Patterson (Luke) played in the minor league systems of the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Dodgers.
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Does the Dragonfly Inn looks familiar? The show used the same exterior as the one used for the Waltons' house on The Waltons.
Lane is based on Amy Sherman-Palladino's best friend, Helen Pai, who served as a producer on the show. Moreover, Lane's band's name, Hep Alien, is an anagram for Pai's name.
When Rory and Jess were dating on the series, the same held true for stars Alexis Bledel and Milo Ventimiglia. The pair continued its romance after their characters split.