If you have not watched Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and have strong opinions about who Rory should end up with, you should bookmark this article to read later.
While many fans were dying to hear the infamous last four words, others watched the revival only to see if Team Jess, Team Dean or Team Logan would end up victorious in the quest for Rory's heart.
Well, no one gets the girl. Logan is the only man from her past who gets romantic with Rory in the new episodes, and their relationship ends before the revival runs its course.
But if that wasn’t enough to upset Team Jess and Team Dean fans, the fact that Rory is still involved in an almost three-year relationship with an unnecessary character named Paul and Logan is engaged while they carry on this affair might be.
Yes, apparently 32-year-old Rory still does not understand—even after her experience with Dean—that sleeping with a man who is in a committed relationship is not okay.
During an interview with ET Online, Alexis Bledel revealed her feelings toward the controversial storyline. “It did surprise me. And I think it's a little uncomfortable for [Rory] even though she's kind of putting on a brave face that she's fine with it.”
Uncomfortable might be a bit of an understatement for some viewers. Bledel continued with a statement that could crush the hopes of some Team Logan supporters. “I think she's actually not that emotionally connected to it. I think she's kind of just going through the motions at this point when we pick up with them.”
Matt Czuchry, who plays Logan, tried to make sense of the questionable affair. “I think they were both in the same place at the same time. Rory and Logan have always had a love for each other that has gone back and forth, and they've never really wanted to say goodbye. They're both in the same place at the same time in this particular story, so it's a mutual relationship that they're carrying on.”
If you say so, Czuchry. Still, in addition to the never-ending musical, this was kind of cringe-worthy for some fans.