“Gilmore Girls” might be getting revived again. Netflix Chief Content OfficerTed Sarandos said the streaming service is in “very preliminary” talks for another season, and we already know what we want to see in the new episodes.

“We obviously loved the success of the show, fans loved how well it was done, it delivered what they hoped,” Sarandos said at a press event in Germany (via Britain’s North-West Evening Mail). However, it didn’t exactly give us everything. After all, it was only four installments. If “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” is renewed for Season 2, they should definitely include these things:

Who’s The Daddy? “Gilmore Girls” ended on a massive cliffhanger with Rory (Alexis Bledel) revealing that she is pregnant. The wait for new episodes is enough torture. Don’t drag out the question of who fathered Rory’s baby.

More Jess: If Season 2 happens, we need more than a couple scenes with Jess (Milo Ventimiglia). What’s he up to? How does he really feel about Rory? Is he going to become Luke (Scott Patterson)? Netflix is going to have to find a way to work around his “This Is Us” schedule to feature him more prominently.

Luke And Lorelai’s Baby: Remember when Luke and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) were looking into surrogates and fighting about how to have a child? That storyline just kind of got dropped rather than resolved. While it’s perfectly okay for them not to procreate, we need to at least see them come to that conclusion.

Emily Gets Her Bite Back: By the end of “A Year in the Life,” Emily (Kelly Bishop) was happy and almost serene. That can’t last for long. After she finds out Luke and Lorelai got married without her there, she just might go back to being her bitter old self, and we’ll love every second of it.

Give Lorelai New Friends: In “A Year in the Life,” Lorelai makes it clear that she has had trouble dealing with Sookie’s (Melissa McCarthy) departure. Michel (Yanic Truesdale) opts to leave as well, and that leaves Lorelai with no besties. Expand her close friendships. She needs someone outside of her family.

No Musicals: We’re all for more Sutton Foster on TV, but under no circumstances should there be a sequel to “Stars Hollow: The Musical.” Perhaps Season 2 could include a protest of original musicals based on the small town.

Remember, “Gilmore Girls” has not officially been renewed for a second revival. There is no set timeframe for Netflix to make that announcement, and it likely won’t be a quick decision. Bledel has previously stated that she isn’t sure she’d want to return unless there’s an important story to be told.