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For a lot of "Gilmore Girls" fans, the revival's premiere on Friday (November 25) offers the chance not only to catch up with Rory and Lorelai after all these years, but also to learn the answer to one of our most burning questions — what are the four final words?

We know the cast, who weren't told what the words were until the very end of filming, had mixed feelings about them. Alexis Bledel said they "kind of throw you," and in a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Kelly Bishop revealed she'd been less than impressed. 

“If it’s true, this is a really lousy thing to say, if it’s really true that those are the last four words then my reaction is, ‘Eh,’” Bishop said with a shrug. “That’s it.”

But what could possibly be so "eh" about one of the most hotly anticipated bits of dialogue on TV, potentially ever? We did some educated guesswork to find out. Here are our 16 best guesses for "Gilmore Girls"'s final four words.

1

"I voted for Trump."

THE HORROR. 

2

"I need a taco."

I mean, true. 

3

"Take me, Taylor Doose."

4

"Rory was stillborn, Lorelai."

WHAT A TWIST. 

5

"Let's get some strippers."

Yes, please.

6

"I don't like oatmeal."

7

"What a strange dream."

Don't you dare pull a "Lost" on me Gilmore. 

8

"This is goodbye, Luke."

9

"Golly gee, I'm full!"

LOLOLOLOLOLOL. 

10

"Hey mom, I'm pregnant!"

11

"Coffee's actually the worst."

12

"Let's watch 'Batman V Superman.'"

13

"Chris isn't your father."

14

"Your real dad's actually..."

15

"Let's talk slowly now."

16

"I still love Dean."

Ugh, never mind, we'll take the "it's all been a dream" theory instead.