Photo Credit: 'The CW' Nick Offerman: Season 4, Episode 7; Season 6, Episode 4 The mustache is still amazing, but Beau Belleville couldn’t be more different than Offerman’s star-making turn as Ron Swanson.Beau was Jackson’s (Jackson Douglas) brother who thought Lorelai was a nymphomaniac and made some weird facial expressions because of it.While you might consider him biased, Scott Patterson believes his character Luke is and will always be Team Jess.During a Facebook Live Q&A this afternoon, Patterson was asked whether he thinks Luke hopes Jess and Rory will end up together. “In a word, ‘yes.’ I think he really is pulling for his nephew.” We don’t know if Lorelai would agree with her new hubby on this one, but it’s nice to know where Luke stands.If it is that artificial and manufactured, then use it for good. I think celebrities are taking up cause more now than they ever have been, probably to the detriment of their own careers.They are taking such extreme stands on all kinds of things.Photo Credit: 'The CW' Jon Hamm: Season 3, Episode 5 Before he was Don Draper, Hamm played Peyton Sanders, a man Lorelai (Graham) meets at an auction (she eventually gets his number).Unfortunately, his charms didn’t work as well on “Gilmore Girls” as they did on “Mad Men.” Photo Credit: 'The CW' Danny Pudi: Season 6, Episodes 13 and 14; Season 7, Episodes 6 and 7 The “Community” star is fairly well-known now, but back in 2006, he was Raj, a contributor for The Yale Daily News who gifted Rory a giant blue pencil on her last day as editor.
fans identify with a certain team, but the show’s cast members have ideas of their own about which man Rory should end up with.
Last year, Netflix launched a series of Luke's Diner pop-up shops around the country to promote "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life." Krysten Ritter: Season 7 Before she was “Jessica Jones” and the “B---- in Apartment 23,” Ritter was just Lucy, Rory’s (Bledel) friend from Yale.
Ritter showed promise in this role — more so than in her “Veronica Mars” stint the year before — but her character was bogged down in a weird storyline about her boyfriend keeping his non-relationship with Rory a secret.
And now, the real Luke, aka Scott Patterson, is starting his own coffee brand." data-reactid="23", we think of coffee.
It’s one of the main threads of the show, constantly flowing and bringing everyone together at Luke’s Diner.
Patterson also teased the idea of future episodes when asked why fans didn’t get to see Luke and Lorelai’s originally planned wedding, with the whole town in attendance.