And Lane is seen jammin' on her beloved drums.
Something about that curtain backdrop, though, makes it seem like this gig is of pretty low glamour. And the only way the show's Season 7 writers could be forgiven in our book for that ghastly pregnancy/marriage arc is if Lane was now a full-fledged rockstar. Based off this glimpse alone, that doesn't seem to be the case.
Meanwhile, Kirk is now a guest at Friday Night Dinners.
How he conducts himself in front of Emily is sure to hold some comedy gold nuggets.
And for her part, Emily now wears t-shirts and denim...?!
Well, this is an odd sight. Between inviting Kirk over for Friday's evening repast and her new 'drobe, it makes one wonder if we'll be seeing a new, more relaxed Emily in the revival. Clearly, she's undergoing some changes as she adjusts to life post-Richard's death.
Michel is as cheery as ever.
It appears the Dragonfly Inn and its most jovial employee are still thriving.
And Sookie is facing her usual kitchen mishaps.
Interestingly, Jackson was the only central townsperson *not* to appear in the trailer. Does this mean he and Sookie aren't together anymore? Did she finally get fed up with that faux-vasectomy crap? Or did Stars Hollow's need for produce decline, and he's now simply off seeking more bountiful pastures?
Taylor still holds court over town meetings.
His dictatorial reign isn't over.
And Gypsy, in one of her rare indoor appearances, is attentive in the first row.
Seriously — how many times do we see Gypsy indoors over the course of all seven seasons? Maybe five?
Miss Patty and Babette's best friendship seems to be going strong.
The sign behind them advertises auditions for "Stars Hollow: The Musical," which will undoubtedly be magnificent.
Paris is back at Chilton, working a suit and no doubt rolling her eyes at the student body's incompetence.
"I had more potential in my little finger at their age than these brats could possibly fathom. The ability to effectively plot a life of world domination is wasted on the youth. *Sigh.*"
Dean has also returned to the Hollow as its best-aged resident.
Something about the expression on that godly face, though, makes him look like a perpetual sadboy, to be honest.
Meanwhile, Logan looks a little *too* natural with an iPad in hand.
His easy-breezy smile. His confident body language. The state-of-the-art electronics. Looks like lil' Huntzberger followed in pop's business footsteps after all.
But it's the appearance of Jess that really has us buzzing.
In a moment that feels way too reminiscent of Season 6's "Let Me Hear Your Balalaikas Ringing Out," when Jess convinces Rory to go back to Yale, we see the two chatting over (non-coffee!) drinks about how lost she feels in life. Jess (who's workin' that long hair) encourages her that "she's still a contender," and there definitely still seems to be chemistry between these two. Certainly, he's given a longer and more significant feeling spot in the trailer than either Logan or Dean is. But don't get too far ahead of yourselves, Team Jess — we'll still have to wait until November 25 to find out just how far their chemistry extends.