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'Gilmore Girls' reboot script revealed! (the first page, at least)

Get ready, "Gilmore Girls" fans! While the Netflix reboot is still over two months away, we've got a taste of what's to come.
/ Source: TODAY

Get ready, "Gilmore Girls" fans! While the Netflix revival is still over two months away, we've got a taste of what's to come and it's ... Goopy? Goopish?

Well, rest assured, someone gets Goop'd.

The Gilmore Girls are talking Gwyneth and Goop in upcoming rebootThe WB, Getty Images

Yes, Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle and beauty brand gets a tongue-in-cheek mention in the opening scene of the highly anticipated return, but the real stars of the of script are the leading ladies of Stars Hollow themselves — Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alex Bledel).

Entertainment Weekly shared an exclusive sneak peek of the first page of the script, in which the mother-daughter duo playfully bicker about Rory's glamorous post-flight look over two "giant cups of take-out coffee" — of course.

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"You've been stuffed in a glorified tin can for seven hours surrounded by people with consumption and diphtheria, scabies, hummus dips, rabid dogs and drugged up children attacking your seat and stealing your change," Lorelai rants.

Rory scoffs, but mom suspects something.

Lorelai and Rory chat over coffee on "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life."Saeed Adyan / Netflix

"You should look drawn and blotchy," she says. "You should be singing 'I Dreamed a Dream' with a bad haircut while selling yourself to French dockworkers. Instead, you look perfect. Admit it. You've been Goop'd."

That's right, she accuses her very own Gilmore girl of giving in to the lure of a luxe lifestyle.

Alas, Rory insists there's been no Gooping.

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And if that simple sample exchange brings on a sweet sense of nostalgia, take heart — you're not alone. The actress felt the same way when they read those words.

"I felt like I was enveloped back into that time and place; wherever it exists in people’s imaginations, I was reminded of where it was in mine," Bledel told EW. "It was so easy to just jump back in and get to work. Which is lucky — because I had to the next day.”

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