I have a confession. I've never seen S7 of Gilmore Girls.
I've rewatched the early seasons a kajillion times. I've sat through the spiral of despair that is S6 at least thrice. But then Luke punches Christopher and Lane is pregnant and I just stop watching, every time. I've seen the first three episodes in full, as of today (I'd only seen the first two before), and watched, I think, the final three episodes once, from karaoke onwards, but the middle is a great big ball of nope. Darkness and question marks and possibly dragons.
Everything is just so miserable. I want to keep watching, because yay, Gilmore Girls! But everyone seems to be on the worst possible path, and it's just not fun to watch. Maybe I'll end my rewatch marathon here and never see it. Or maybe I'll just angry!blog about it. That's my usual go-to these days. :P
Even rewatching S6 has really changed my feelings on the Netflix revival. It's ten years later, and Luke and Lorelai still aren't married, after all that drama and heartbreak about the wedding date in S6? Why isn't Lane a rockstar?? Why is Logan still doing everything his dad tells him to do? I've heard the argument that the Netflix revival is actually what the showrunners planned to follow S6 with before they left the show, which I can totally see, but as it stands, it's just more depressingness on top of all this existing depressingness. Bah.
Also, was there ever a love interest on Gilmore Girls who wasn't awful at least some of the time? Max? Dave Rygalski, before the actor ran off to The OC? Logan is frequently a jerk. Luke acts horribly to Lorelai. And don't even get me started on Zack.
I'm just very conflicted. I love Gilmore Girls, and there are almost 20 episodes that I haven't seen. So I should want to watch them. Right? At least to find out more about what happens? But... what's happening is so depressing and OOC. Maybe I'll just skip back to S1 again. Back to Max Medina and Rory's car being hit by a deer and Lorelai hounding Luke for coffee and Lane not being married to stupid Zack. Such cuter, simpler times.