Season 7 of Gilmore Girls has long been hotly debated by fans. When show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and Executive Producer Daniel Palladino left the series after Season 6 due to failed contract negotiations, the show carried on without them... But whatever special sauce they brought to production was greatly missed.

There are definitely a ton of fans who love the series from episode one to the finale, but purists insist they can only watch the first six seasons, preferring to forget the seventh even happened.

For star Lauren Graham, this is literally the case: she "blocked" parts of Season 7 from her memory, they were so "out of character"!

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Or as Graham explained to Entertainment Weekly: "Christopher and I got married in that season. When we came back to do [the Netflix revival], I say something about having been married or somebody says it to me, and I was like, 'I was never married.' I forgot, they had to get one of the super-fan assistants to get on the phone with me to remind me. She had to tell me the whole thing. It just seemed so out of character that I literally blocked it from my memory. That was my Season 7 experience."

Happily for everyone's memories, Amy Sherman-Palladino returned to helm the Gilmore Girls revival, airing on Netflix on November 25.