All claim that she is only compatible with one man.
All claim that the proof is in the show's past seven seasons.
With coming to Netflix in November, we thought you might need a refresher on Rory Gilmore's past romances. You may even realize that the boy of your dreams in the early aughts will never deserve the love and affection of Rory Gilmore.
Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) is no stranger to intricate love triangles, but on Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, she finds herself tackling complicated new territory.
Let’s look at the facts: It was Jess who encouraged Rory to keep her head up when times were tough, and urged her to try her hand at writing a novel.
Jess was there in person supporting Rory through all of her trials and tribulations, and it would have done her some good to lean on him.
Nonetheless, Rory didn’t need to fly back to London to be with Logan — who, as it turned out, didn’t have intentions of leaving Odette to be with her — when Jess was seemingly still pining for her all along.
As it turned out, nearly a decade after a marriage proposal from ex-beau Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry), Rory still finds herself drawn to her college love.
Meanwhile, her former high school flame Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) reemerges in Stars Hollow, and he really could have had another chance at winning Rory over once and for all if she weren’t so distracted by the nature of her relationship with Logan.
), but we hope that we won't have to wait another 10 years to find out who Rory chooses!
finally, finally coming out next week, Netflix had the cast weigh in on who Rory Gilmore's best boyfriend was: Dean, Jess, or Logan.
He fails to own up to his mistakes, and instead, selfishly tries to find the best of both worlds so he can be happy, no matter who gets hurt along the way.