"Graham: "I love to walk, anywhere really, but especially over the Brooklyn Bridge, shop with my sister, eat at Momofuku."Q: "If you could pick place to go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
"Graham: "We're choosing where to go on vacation, so this has actually been the topic of discussion in our house for weeks! "Q: "What is your #1 tip for other people trying to be as awesome as you?
"Graham: "Be friends with awesome people who tell you you're awesome." Q: "What was the hardest part about writing your book?
"Graham: "As much as I wished it would, the book wouldn't write itself!
co-star) had to drop out due to serious health issues, and played Sarah throughout the show’s run.
stars Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson snapped a celebratory selfie as production wrapped up on Netflix's upcoming revival. " Patterson wrote on Twitter Thursday alongside the photo which featured the on-screen lovebirds smiling.
Nothing is 100 percent certain, but all signs point to them being together!
I mean, in Hollywood, to have a job for seven minutes is good. Do you keep in touch with any of them or follow their work? I mean, I caught a little bit of Lauren’s stuff on Parenthood, just an episode and thought it was terrific. It’s just basically text messages, once in awhile you run into somebody in a restaurant, but everybody’s busy, you know.
You guys made such a great mother/daughter combination."Graham: "Love her, we'll always have a special bond. Also, YOU' RE beautiful."Q: "Which cast members do you hang out with the most when you're off set? She's still a friend, but now we both have furniture!
"Q: "Is there one role you wish you'd never agreed to take? I probably learned as much or more from the projects that didn't turn out as I hoped." Q: "5 things you can't leave home without."Graham: "Notebook, pen (le pen is my favorite), book, lip balm, phone (of course)."Q: "Top 3 things you love to do when you're in NYC!
Amy Sherman-Palladino created the show, inspired by a visit to the Mayflower Inn in Washington, Connecticut.
She saw how the people in the town all seemed to know each other, and before her stay was over, she’d written the script for the pilot.
At one point, he calls the Luke’s Diner set his “man fort,” which is downright adorable.