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After nine years, producer Amy Sherman-Palladino finally gave audiences the "Gilmore Girls" ending the series deserved. Facebook/Gilmore Girls

“Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” debuted on Netflix over the weekend. The four-part mini series answered some very pressing questions, but the anticipated last four words of the entire show took most viewers by surprise.

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Each episode of the Netflix revival took fans of the series on a whirlwind of emotions, which involved various run ins with beloved characters and the struggle without Richard Gilmore, who was portrayed by the late Edward Herrmann. But the biggest turning point of the entire season was when Rory Gilmore and Lorelai Gilmore uttered those last four words.

Warning: Spoilers ahead

Rory: Mom…

Lorelai: Yeah?

Rory: I’m pregnant.

All episodes of “A Year In The Life” was building up to that point. Those last words by Rory were completely predictable, in hindsight. The clues were there, and Lorelai kept mentioning how their lives were making a full circle.

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The parallels between the lives of Lorelai and Rory became incredibly evident then. Sherman-Palladino had previously mentioned how Logan was Rory’s version of Christopher. Both men were spoiled but kindhearted, took a little longer to mature into themselves and were generally not prepared to have a relationship with a Gilmore girl. Rory also had Jess still pining for her after all those years, much like how Luke was never able to let go of Lorelai.

What happens next is left to the imagination of audiences -- unless Netflix has other plans. No news or updates have come from either the producers or the streaming app. However, it is clear that Sherman-Palladino finally got the ending she was pining for. Lorelai finally found her footing by marrying Luke, building her relationship with Emily and expanding the Dragonfly Inn. Rory, on the other hand, is a Yale-graduate on the cusp of something great and torn between Logan and Jess.

"Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" is available now for streaming on Netflix.