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February 03, 2017 03:50 PM

While Milo Ventimiglia thoroughly enjoyed his time playing Stars Hollow’s resident bad boy, Jess Mariano, he’s ready to let the past be the past.

The 39-year-old actor, who currently stars in the hit show This Is Us, opened up about his thoughts on the ending to Netflix’s successful Gilmore Girls reboot, A Year in the Life, and if he was willing to return. (That is, if more episodes are ordered.)

“If [creators] Dan Palladino or Amy Sherman-Palladino ever called me, of course,” Ventimiglia told Variety. “They are the reason why I show up. Amy created Jess, and I loved speaking her words.”

“But I do kind of feel like audiences shouldn’t get so greedy,” he continued. “They were given a last serving of pie — why don’t we just leave it at that?”

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That pie would consist of learning who is the father of Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) baby — something of which Ventimiglia says doesn’t take up much space in his head. But the big question is, does he know who the father is?

“No, nor have I spent any time wondering,” he revealed. “Let me be real honest: When I worked on the show, that was my present but that’s 13 years in the rearview for me now, so I don’t spend what little free time I have wondering about the baby of a past TV flame.”

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is now streaming on Netflix.

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