Scott Patterson Remembers Being Really Nervous About Luke & Lorelai’s First Kiss on ‘Gilmore Girls’


Scott Patterson is reminiscing on everything Gilmore Girls, as he launches his brand new podcast, I Am All In.

The actor will be returning to Stars Hallow as a viewer this time, and diving into the series as a fan.

Like many actors, Scott admits that he doesn’t “like watching myself. It’s not a good experience for me.” However, he’s doing it as a love letter to GG fans.

“Enough time has gone by where I can just really appreciate it as a fan. I’m really enjoying it,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

Click inside to see what Scott shared about revisiting “Gilmore Girls”…

The scenes Scott is most looking forward to watching are those involving Jess, played by Milo Ventimiglia.

“I’m excited to get to the Jess stuff because I don’t remember a lot of it and I just really enjoyed working with Milo,” he recalled. “We always had such fun on the set and I just loved being that parental figure. Two of my favorite scenes in the whole library of Gilmore are pushing him in the lake and then knocking the hole in the wall with a sledgehammer.”

Scott then spoke about Luke and Lorelai’s first kiss, which happens in season four. It was a moment that was, and still is, celebrated by the fans.

“[I remember] how nervous we both were on that day and how the crew stuck around to check it out because everybody kind of knew it was this iconic moment,” he shared. “We were nervous, and then we both realized that’s exactly how the characters should feel.”

Scott continued, “Because the nervousness we were having as actors was, ‘We don’t want to screw this up.’ It’s a big moment, and everybody knew it was a big moment and it felt like a big moment. And and then we both realized this is exactly how we should feel. We should take this into the scene and we did and got the results.”

If you missed it, Milo recently surprised Gilmore Girls fans in a recent interview. See what happened!



Updated: May 12, 2021 — 2:22 am

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