After the third time he did it, there's nothing.

If a movie happens, Kelly says it will be "complex and really profound" as the family copes with the patriarch's death.

On a lighter note, the actress also revealed that she basically set up Lauren Graham and Kelly Bishop: Without Ed…you see, if you had asked me last year, I would have had a different answer.

I loved his frustration with her and how he was always trying to take care of her and get her to stop drinking so much coffee. And how she was just so girly flirtatious with him when it wasn't really who her character was. She should totally be with him."Kelly: I've got the Tennessee Williams one where I fell apart.

We'll see—if a movie ever happens, it would be a nice thing to happen. But I think my shopping, when I went on that crazy shopping trip with the girls and had them all over the mall.

Emily Gilmore was known for her condescending lines and disapproving glares at her daughter, Lorelai, but in real life, she couldn't be more proud of her TV family.

When we sat down with Kelly Bishop at the ATX Television Festival, she gushed about how happy she is for the cast's success and how much she's missed them, especially her on-screen husband Richard, played by Ed Herrmann, who tragically passed away earlier this year.

"The storytelling has always been deep and involved and intricate and interesting, but it's even more so now," Patterson told us.

Fans and VIPS that saw the first episode ("Winter") at Friday's premiere would certainly agree—there was consistent bouts of crying, laughter, and gasps all in the first 90 minutes.

Kelly: I don't know if we could do it now because if the audience is really watching this from the beginning, they already got married—they went to Paris and it was a bust. I was trying to eat a hamburger with a knife and fork. But I think if I was to sit down and watch it, there would be three or four that I completely forgot about that I loved. I think that's beautiful because I think the show was really helpful for relationships.