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Pictured: The poster for the Gilmore Girls revival.Facebook/Gilmore Girls

One of the most memorable Thanksgiving episodes of The Gilmore Girls was in Season 3 when the mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory attempted to attend four Thanksgiving dinners -- one at Sookie's, the other at Luke's, at Lane's, and the last one at Lorelai's parents' place. The girls attended all the four Thanksgiving dinners and then later on stopped by Luke's diner for rolls before heading home, proving just how much they love their food.

So, if you are planning a Thanksgiving party inspired by the Gilmore Girls, then food should be your first priority. Sadly, both Rory and Lorelai are known for their love of junk food and they probably had the most fun at Sookie's Thanksgiving party as it had fried Turkey. Stock up on Pizzas, burritos, Pop Tarts and plenty of coffee if you want to stay true to the show.

Decor: Lorelai and Rory have not always been at ease at Richard and Emily's, but they thrive in informal settings. Take for instance Luke's diner, which is like a home away from home for Rory and Lorelai.

Dress: Casual dressing, most preferably a pair of jeans and a T-shirt, is what Rory and Lorelai would prefer. Also, if one wants to pay tribute to Luke, then flannel shirt and a baseball cap wore backwards would be the ideal attire.

Entertainment: What better way to celebrate this Thanksgiving party than by binge-watching Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, which premieres on Friday, November 25, on Netflix.
The revival has Lauren Graham as Lorelai, Alexis Bledel as Rory and Kelly Bishop as Emily. The premiere will pay tribute to Edward Hermann, who played Richard in the series. Hermann died of brain cancer last December.