If you got your morning coffee at your normal coffee shop this morning, you did it wrong. Today and today only, 250 diners across the country transformed into the real-life version of our favorite fictional restaurant: Luke鈥檚 Diner from Gilmore Girls. The pop-up event was organized by Netflix to hype up the show鈥檚 revival on the streaming network launching later next month.

Naturally, when something goes viral across the Internet AND is linked to Gilmore Girls, crowds and extreme fandom follow suite. If you didn鈥檛 get a chance to make it to a Luke鈥檚 near you OR if the line spanning multiple blocks scared you away, here are a few things you missed.

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1. Luke showed up. The real Luke (AKA Scott Gordon-Patterson) showed up to the Luke鈥檚 pop-up in Beverly Hills. Except this time he wasn鈥檛 behind the counter 鈥 and his hat is on the wrong way.

I need coffee in an IV. #gilmoregirls #gilmoregirlsrevival #lukesdiner

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2. The (FREE!) coffee came with a GG quote. Shout-out to all the mega fans who will now be incorporating this paper cup into their current kitchen decor.

3. The signage was legit. All cafes were outfitted with swag to make them feel like the Stars Hollow staple. There were t-shirts, cardboard cut-outs of Luke and this outdoor sign, which was basically made for the perfect Instagram moment.

鈽曪笍 鉂わ笍 #lukesdiner #gilmoregirls #coffee #love #soexcited #happy

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4. Naturally, cell phones were NOT allowed. But then how did you take this pic, Instagrammer? Hmm. We spy a rule breaker. Lorelai would be so proud.

5. The lines were the same size as the Stars Hallow鈥檚 entire population. Okay, that鈥檚 not an actual statistic, but it鈥檚 probably pretty accurate.

Sadly, if you鈥檙e reading this, it鈥檚 too late to see Luke鈥檚 IRL. But revisit it in all it鈥檚 glory when the show returns to Netflix on November 25.

Did you make it to the pop-up? Tag us in your pictures @BritandCo.