‘Gilmore Girls’ star Scott Patterson is watching the show for the first time for his ‘I’m All In’ podcast

Luke Danes agrees! Gilmore Girlsstar Scott Patterson is debuting a new podcast about everyone’s favorite mother-daughter duo, Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel), and the citizens of Stars Hollow.

The 62-year-old actor, best known for his role as restaurant owner Luke Danes on the hit series, is starting a new iHeartRadio podcast calledI’m all in, a reference to his character’s iconic line when he began dating Lorelai in season 5 of the show.

On the podcast, Patterson will see all 154 episodes of the series, including the longest A year in the life Revival episodes, for the first time ever, all while bringing special guests for the journey.

“I’ve never, never, never seen, I’ve only seen one movie and I’ve only seen the pilot,” shared Patterson about the reboot episode and pilot episode for the series. “I know you guys have binged watching it through COVID and, you know, for 21 years … let’s watch it together guys! We will share stories, we will share memories. I have a million stories. To tell.”

In a preview clip for the podcast, Patterson responded to Team Jess’s question against Team Logan by saying, “Jess with an exclamation point,” but confessed that he has no idea who the father of Rory’s son is.

“You know, I don’t know! I can’t get the information,” Patterson admitted. “I have my best employees trying to get information from whoever is in power and it is not working. I have no idea.”

And after Graham previously shared that he has a Gilmore clause in their contracts, Patterson noted that he has the same.

“God yeah! By the time they announce it, I would sure take some time off from the podcast, put down my little mic and my little gear to go do the show safely,” he said. “Absolutely. Then I would come back and we would have a bigger podcast.”

And for those wondering how the man who plays Luke drinks his coffee, the actor simply says black.

I’m all in premieres May 3 on iHeartRadio platforms.

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