Gilmore Girls Revival: Rory Gets a 'Very, Very Special' Ending with One of Her Exes

A chronicle of this essay creatively seemed on EW.com.

Rory Gilmore’s had a flattering good life. She grew adult in a ridiculously desirable city of Stars Hollow, she has a illusory attribute with her mom — improved famous as her best crony — and interjection to her mother’s adore (and her grandparents’ financial support), she finished adult going to Yale and chasing her dreams of apropos a journalist. And that’s not even mentioning a 3 hunks she antiquated along a way.

For Rory, it all started with Dean, a lovable new male from Chicago who would eventually develop into a tiny city sweetheart. “I consider he always felt like she was out of his league,” Jared Padalecki tells EW, describing how Dean noticed Rory. “She was intelligent and humorous and discerning and everybody desired her, though Dean felt like, ‘I can provide her right.’ He always felt like, ‘I wish we was good enough,’ so he attempted to do things that helped remonstrate himself that maybe he was good adequate for her.”

Maybe that explains Dean building Rory a car, observant “I adore you” first, or any array of a things he did to try to win her heart during his time on Gilmore Girls. But ultimately, Dean did win Rory’s heart … until deteriorate 2 introduced a new male who had a leather coupler and a adore of literature. Enter Jess Mariano.

“He was a small bit of trouble,” Milo Ventimiglia says of Jess. “He’s a male that kept everybody on their toes.” But for Jess, Rory was a one who kept him on his toes. “You can be in front of a many pleasing chairman though if intellectually you’re not stimulated, a fad behind a beauty might fade. Rory was, of course, a pleasing girl, though it was a mental ring that kept him interested.”

Ventimiglia continues: “And as most as Jess was wild by Rory’s mind, Rory was wild by a male who didn’t play by a manners — and nonetheless he still had a intelligence.”

Jess’ usually rain was his inability to understanding with certain situations. Translation: He ran. Whenever things got tough, Jess left. “He usually didn’t utterly have a romantic fortitude to hoop a lot that was thrown his way,” Ventimiglia says.

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And that leads us to Rory’s third and final beloved of a series: Logan Huntzberger, a rich seducer who staid down for Rory. “Rory didn’t need anything from him,” Matt Czuchry says. “Rory was her possess woman, and we consider that’s what drew him in and done Logan wish to give her everything.”

Yet, during a finish of Gilmore’s seven-season run, Rory was single. Having usually incited down a matrimony offer from Logan, she was off to pursue a career. But with Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in a Life usually around a corner, could Rory get a happily ever after with one of her exes?

Well, they’re all set to appear, and a good news is that everybody seems to have grown up. “You consider behind to your initial adore and it unequivocally overtakes you, and we consider [Dean] usually never unequivocally got past that point,” Padalecki says. “But we see a some-more mature, 10-years-older Dean in a new Netflix series, and we was unequivocally happy with a male he incited out to be.”


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Something identical can be pronounced for beloved No. 2. “Jess eventually grew up,” Ventimiglia says. “Where we collect behind adult with him, he’s usually turn a some-more polished chronicle of a child that used to be a troublemaker. He is some-more caring and caregiving than anything else.”

Then there’s Logan. “In a strange series, we was happy that Rory pronounced no to Logan since we feel like, during that sold time, it wasn’t right for Rory to get married to anybody, and it shows her strength and her independence, that has always been we consider a really absolute thesis of a show,” Czuchry says. “I adore that finale for a strange series.”

However, could things finish on improved terms for Logan and Rory in a revival? “In terms of where things are during a finish of these 4 chapters for Logan and Rory, it’s flattering special. I’ll contend that,” Czuchry says. “It’s very, really special.” Let a fan theories begin!

Gilmore Girls: A Year in a Life hits Netflix Friday, Nov. 25.

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