She stuck with journalism and is now a freelancer, with bylines in Slate and The Atlantic and even The New Yorker, with a Talk of the Town piece that no one can stop raving about.Still, she’s struggling to find a full-time job – a too-real scenario for all the journalism majors out there.Plus, thanks to the bombshell final four words, we discover in the last seconds of the show that Rory’s pregnant.So, unless the creators and entire cast want to reunite again in another 10 years, we’ll be left with that fun cliffhanger forever.Carry on.) [How to explain why you’re ignoring your family to watch ‘Gilmore Girls’ on Thanksgiving weekend] Even though Rory and Logan have great chemistry and they enjoy each other’s company, Rory puts her foot down when Logan’s fiancee, Odette, moves in with him. We digress.) In typical Logan fashion, he can’t let that be goodbye — he flies to Stars Hollow and enlists his college pals for one more giant Life and Death Brigade extravaganza.Rory is extremely offended when Logan suggests she stay at a hotel “like a geisha” when she’s in town, and breaks it off with him at the end of the third episode. Rory and Logan sleep together one last time before they say farewell forever, and he goes back to London to marry Odette.Either way, it’s a pivotal one, as he visits Rory at her new job as editor of the Stars Hollow Gazette, after she’s devastated when the job with Conde Nast doesn’t work out, and even got turned down from the Sandee Says website.“I could’ve been a contender,” she says wistfully, sipping whiskey around noon.
] In Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” released on Friday, viewers finally saw how Rory’s story ends. Logan (Rory’s college boyfriend, played by Matt Czuchry) Of all the scenarios we imagined for Rory, we never thought one would be “Embroiled in a torrid affair with Logan while she’s dating a sad sack named Paul and Logan’s engaged to a French heiress named Odette.” Yet that’s what happens starting in the very first episode. And that’s because every time she’s in London, she stays with Logan, her troublemaking ex from Yale who also helped her discover a new world outside of her introverted shell.Then there was that whole “affair” situation when he was married. Rory bumps into Dean at the grocery store and they have a nice little reunion.She inquires about his wife (Jenny) and kids (there’s three and another one the way), and it turns out Dean got out of Stars Hollow and now lives in Scranton, Pa., the series’ casting director Mara Casey revealed that Alexis Bledel, who played Rory Gilmore, actually dated her on-screen boyfriend Jared Padalecki (Dean).“We did have a joke about casting all of Alexis’ [real-life] boyfriends,” Casey told casting director, Jami Rudofsky, added that Bledel didn’t even have to do a chemistry read with Ventimiglia because their compatibility was so apparent from the start.