It was in the Stars... Hollow! "Gilmore Girls" star Jared Padalecki and his wife, Genevieve Cortese, are expecting their third child together.
The actor announced the news on Nov. 7 during during an appearance on "Live with Kelly," saying, "Father of two, about to be father of three in March."
Genevieve, meanwhile, showed off her growing baby bump off camera.
They are already parents of sons Thomas, 4, and Shepherd, 2.
Jared and Genevieve met on the set of "Supernatural" when she had a recurring role during the fourth season. They married in 2010.
"It was really special and unexpected," he's said of how they met. "The story I tell amongst my friends is that she wouldn't leave me alone. So finally I was like, 'Fine, I'll go on a date with you.'"
Deep down, though, the adorable couple knows that that wasn't exactly how it went down. In fact, Jared's said that he would interrupt her while she read books and ask her out to lunch.
"I thought she was cute and smart and she would always read books," he told Kelly during his baby announcement. "It turned into hanging out, talking about traveling, and [then] turned into dinner."
On camera in Stars Hollow, though, his life is a little more complicated.
For nine years, fans of "Gilmore Girls" wondered how Rory Gilmore's love story would unfold. Many, of course, hoped that Rory (played by Alexis Bledel) and Dean Forester (played by Jared) would end up together. When the series ended in 2007 after seven seasons, Rory's college boyfriend, Logan, popped the question, but she turned him down, leaving the door open for a possible reconciliation with Dean.
With the Netflix reboot, "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," we may finally find out who Rory ends up with. According to Jared, her love life will be largely celebrated in the reboot -- or so he thinks.
"There will always be some fans who are unhappy, but I think they'll be pleased with [the ending]," he told Us Weekly in July.
The "Gilmore Girls" reboot debuts on Nov. 25.