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Still of Jess (Milo Ventimiglia, R) and Luke (Scott Patterson, L) from “Swan Song,” Season 3 Episode 14 of Gilmore Girls. © Warner Bros. Television 2003.

Stars Hollow has tension from the moment Luke’s nephew Jess arrives.

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