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Gilmore Girls’ Lauren Graham and Kelly Bishop are having a reunion

Gilmore Girls’ Lauren Graham and Kelly Bishop are having a reunion

Grab a cup of coffee from Luke, because two of the Gilmore Girls are back together again!

Lauren Graham posted a photo via Instagram on Friday, June 28, showing her hanging out Kelly Bishopwith the caption: “To the ladies who lunch.”

The two women wore large sunglasses while the Parenting former student, 57, wore a fisherman’s hat.

The Dirty dance star, 80, kept it classy in a black jacket, hoop earrings and a silver necklace.

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Fans loved the nostalgic encounter. One viewer even said: “Icons.”

“This is literally a cultural reset, thank you for your service,” one giddy poster added.

Another person begged: “Bring it back Gilmore Girls! Not just a reboot, but back on full time!”

“Two beautiful ladies!❤️” someone shouted.

Bishop played Emily Gilmore, the mother of Graham’s character Lorelai, in the WB teen drama.

Gilmore Girls aired from 2000 to 2007, and Netflix released a new miniseries in 2016.

Alexis Bledel played the role of the youngest Gilmore girl, Rory, who often had to choose between the three greatest loves of her life throughout her life: Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki), Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) and Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry) in her small town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut.

In May, Graham gushed about her longtime friendship with Bishop at a promotional event for her second memoir, “Have I Told You This Already?: Stories I Don’t Want to Forget to Remember.”

“Kelly Bishop is another example of what I’m talking about in that passage, of the gift of having friends who are not your peers,” she said at the time. “I have a friend, she’s 80 years old. We go to lunch, we talk about the same thing. There’s no difference.”

Bishop will release her own memoir, “The Third Gilmore Girl,” in September.

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McCarthy, who played Lorelai’s best friend Sookie St. James, said last year that filming the iconic series wasn’t always easy.

The comedian, 53, joked Entertainment weekly at the time: “Sometimes we were crammed into little things with jackets on, but in Burbank (California) it was actually 112 degrees. And we were like, ‘Brrr, Connecticut!’ And I thought: ‘Are we going to explain why I have malaria and why I sweat?’