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Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls creator) loves Buffy - Spoilers

Wednesday 9 November 2005, by Webmaster

Question: I love Gilmore Girls and am so happy Luke and Lorelai are finally together. But it drives me crazy that they still haven’t said "I love you." - Jennifer

Ausiello: You Gilmorians have waited a long time for an answer to this question, so here’s AS-P’s response, raw and uncut.

MA: Why haven’t Luke and Lorelai said "I love you" to each other?

AS-P: To me, they say "I love you" to each other every single day. Everything that they do, the way they care for each other, the way they take care of each other.... "I love you," for me, is a tricky phrase on television because I think it’s way overused, as it is in life. I think they constantly button scenes with, "I love you." "I love you, too." "I love you, Mom." "I love you, Butchy." "I love you, Johnny." "I love you, Fluffy." There’s just nothing but I love yous and so little goes behind it. And part of what I love about Luke and Lorelai is they don’t do that. They just love each other. They just take care of each other. They just support each other. They do everything that you’re supposed to do and they don’t have to say "I love you" 100,000 times. And when the words finally come out and when we feel like we actually need to write them down, it’s probably going to come at a very odd time.

MA: Do you understand why fans want that moment?

AS-P: You know, the fans really need to just relax. (Laughs) I don’t know. I guess maybe. I’ve always enjoyed certain things, like Buffy. My all-time... my life couldn’t exist without it. But the way Angel and Buffy said "I love you" to each other, it was always sort of hidden and buried in the context of something else. It was never about, ’Oh, tonight’s the moment when Angel says "I love you!"’ You just knew that he loved her and you just knew that she loved him, and to me that was so much more satisfying as a viewer. It’s just a thing for me. I enjoy actions speaking louder than words.

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