Gilmore GirlsWith only eight days to go before the release of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," our excitement for the "Gilmore Girls" revival series is at an all-time high. Now, Netflix is fanning those flames by releasing a new, Thanksgiving-themed teaser that includes one additional scene sure to set fans' minds racing over what it means for the show's titular characters.

At first, the clip just appears to be a shorter version of the previously-released trailer, cobbled together from scenes featuring Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) talking about food. Pretty standard stuff for our Gilmore girls, and nothing we haven't seen before.

But then, we get a glimpse at something the previous promo didn't include: A shot of Rory excitedly squealing and jumping up and down -- and clutching Jess (Milo Ventimiglia). Could this be a direct sign that the former couple is about to change its status from "off" to "on"? After all, Jess is the only one of Rory's boyfriends who has a speaking role in the trailer, and he's also the only one to have his own promotional photo released by Netflix.gilmore girls, a year in the life, jess, rory, lukeAnd here's something else to ponder about that scene: Luke is also standing there (on what looks like the porch of the Gilmore home), decked out in a tuxedo. Why is he sporting such fancy duds? Could it be for a wedding -- perhaps between him and Lorelai? Lorelai never did use that chuppah that Luke built for her aborted wedding to Max in season two, and it's been sitting on the Gilmore front lawn ever since; maybe it's time to bust it out for a fall Gilmore-Danes wedding?

We only have a few more days to wait before we know for sure. "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" debuts on Netflix on November 25.

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