Scott Patterson, the actor who played . portrayed Luke Danes for all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls, recently revealed a scene that he thought was completely exaggerated. He said that he may have overplayed a scene where Sookie St. James Sneaking behind the dinner counter. While the tense moment between Sookie and Luke may have been a bit much, as Patterson suggested during a recent panel, it wasn’t the only exaggerated moment she had. Luke was forever grumpy, and there were moments where his reactions would have been a bit excessive. We’ve collected three of his most intense freakouts.
Luke Danes’ Reaction To Rory’s Vox Renewal Hookup Is One Of His Most Satisfying Freaks
In Season 5, Luke and Lorelai Gilmore were happily in love when Emily Gilmore and Richard Gilmore decided to renew their vows. While Luke was uncomfortable with Lorelai’s old world, he reluctantly agrees to accompany her to the show. While he managed to keep his cool for most of the reception, Rory and Logan’s hookups and Christopher Hayden’s attitude put him on edge.
Luke tells Christopher exactly what made him a bad father. Luke also had evidence. He went down a list of all the moments he was there for Rory that Christopher missed. Those moments covered everything from childhood illnesses to high school graduation. reddit Users agree that the slowdown was probably the most satisfying in the entire series.
Luke’s monologue at city meetings always makes ‘Gilmore Girls’ fans laugh
Lorelai may be the picture of the spirit of the city, but her forever love, Luke, was the exact opposite. Luke hated everything that pertained to the spirit of the city, and that included the running of city meetings. While he didn’t always attend events, when he did, he found something to hate. Their town meeting freakouts are some of the best moments on the show, but a town meeting meltdown beats the rest.
A monologue about Battle of Stars Hollow’s relentless celebration remains a fan favorite. During the meltdown, Luke suggested that the 12 soldiers who stood outside all night never met an enemy. They hinted that they were just like someone being put up on prom night, much to the delight of fans of Lorelai, Rory and Gilmore Girls.
Luke’s Behavior At Dinner With Sookie And Jackson Wasn’t One Of His Better Moments
Not all of Luke’s most intense moments were amusing. While Patterson thinks he overacted a scene with Sookie at his dinner, Gilmore Girls Fans think another moment involving Sookie could be the worst for the grumpy diner owner. In season 6, After fixing things up with Lorelai, Luke was still very raw about Christopher. When Lorelai intercepts an answering machine message from Chris as Luke walks in, he is completely lost.
However, Luke, in perhaps his most immature moments, refuses to discuss the matter with Lorelai. However, he could not help himself. Luke made lewd comments before sitting down to dinner with Sookie and Jackson and while he and Lorelai were yelling at each other. Eventually, Luke gave chase and left the house. Gilmore Girls All fans agree that the moment was exaggerated, and Luke’s behavior seemed completely out of character. This is one of the most hated scenes of fans. To be fair, Lorelai wasn’t the picture of maturity at the time, though.