If you’ve seen Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life in full, you know that the final four words are exchanged between Rory and Lorelai but their implications extend beyond the mother-daughter duo. Rory’s announcement that she’s pregnant seems to directly impact Logan, who we assume (maybe incorrectly) is the father. Our speculation isn’t made any easier by the fact that Logan’s portrayer, Matt Czuchry, is not willing to fess up about the baby’s paternity.
The Hollywood Reporter asked Czuchry if viewers can assume Logan is the father, and the actor was quick to distance himself from any sort of confirmation: “I think the intention is to keep that open. I think that's Amy and Dan's intention, otherwise they would have done something differently or made it more specific.”
He continued, “Their intention was to leave that open and put that out in the universe for fans to talk about and debate, and so I'll kind of leave that to Amy and Dan to say if they want to put any more clarity to that. That's not for me to say.”
Czuchry was no clearer when asked whether or not he thinks more Gilmore Girls is on the horizon, following the cliffhanger-style ending of the Netflix series. “At this particular point, I haven't heard about anything more or not…This was really a perfect storm and it felt that way. So we'd have to see what the timing was and the story was to see if it felt like it was the perfect storm again.”
Does anyone else feel like they have even more questions now than before? Here’s hoping we get some closure before Rory’s daughter—you *know* it’s a girl—heads off to Yale.