“You know, he’s obviously a very confident, appealing guy, but he’s shy, and so am I.We stayed friends over the years, and I’ve always been a huge fan of his work,” she told Redbook.Their relationship emulates the Gilmore Girls duo, which means Graham and Krause are basically a real-life Luke and Lorelai.
"At our age we’d probably both been through 'showmances' that went south and made work an uncomfortable place to be.But ultimately, our mutual wariness gave way — it just sort of happened."They now live together in Los Angeles and they appear to be as happy as when they first started dating.Really, their relationship sounds awfully similar to Luke and Lorelai's. From Nicole to Christopher to Rachel to Max to Jason, romance was never easy for these two.The above gif explains Luke and Lorelai's history so well."I think these characters have great chemistry and that does mirror our chemistry as people. Lauren and Scott both gave interviews related to the Reboot where they admitted they were both happy to be back doing the show they both loved from the past. We were all more appreciative because we knew we were there a limited period of time. It was going to be three-and-a-half months, and there was a chance this would be it and there wouldn’t be anymore after this. I think there’s plenty of room for more, and yes, I would love to do more. There’s just…you’re dealing with Amy and Dan Palladino—the possibilities are endless.
We're not intimates." In fact, when asked if she and Patterson are "best friends," Graham gave a big fat "No."Glamour: What did you think of Lauren when you first met her? Glamour: What was different for you coming to set this time around? When we got canceled, I was on Canada on a movie set. Scott did admit to Glamour Magazine there’s more room for more Gilmore Girls Reboots. They know these characters so well, and I don’t want to give anything away, but I don’t know that there’s necessarily any real resolution in these four [episodes].They just weren't the BFF's the fans all dreamed them to be, at least according to Graham. The same could be said for Lauren and Scott who both acknowledged the incredible sexual chemistry the two actors had onscreen."It's fine," she told of her relationship with Patterson. [Laughs] Let’s just keep it professional as long as possible and not blow up the show! Off screen it was probably best they didn’t hang out together, since it might have completely altered how the Lauren and Luke relationship played out.In a recent interview with People, she talked about their comfortable banter.“I mean, he’s really my favorite person to talk to. So we just kind of have that shorthand, a shared language, which is helpful."Doesn't that just make you feel warm and fuzzy all over?