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Lauren Graham's TV Daughters, Alexis Bledel And Mae Whitman, Finally Meet

06/08/2015 02:16 pm ET | Updated Jun 08, 2015

Magic happened this weekend at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas when Lauren Graham's two TV daughters finally met.

Rory, meet Amber. Amber, meet Rory.

Alexis Bledel can, of course, lay first claim to playing Graham's child. For seven seasons, she portrayed Rory Gilmore, the daughter of Lorelai Gilmore, on the aptly titled "Gilmore Girls." Mae Whitman more recently knew the joys of getting paid to pretend Graham was her mom. The 26-year-old actress played Amber Holt, the daughter of Graham's Sarah Braverman, for five seasons on "Parenthood."

Now the question is: would they get along?

AT LONG LAST WE MEET #drawyourswords #breaktheinternet

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