We Know Who Rory Will End Up With Based on Foolproof Evidence

When I moved from one country to another earlier this summer, my mother tried to sneak all seven box set DVDS of Gilmore Girls into my luggage. If that isn’t proof that I was raised on this show, then I don’t know what is. That being said, who Rory Gilmore ends up with in the Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life reboot is very, very important to me. I have a lot of feelings on this topic but have also done a lot of research. Therefore, here is both my conclusion and my reasoning for said conclusion, conducted through the process of elimination. Please hold all commenting and questions until the end. I am right and you are wrong.

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Why she won’t end up with Logan


Rory and Logan’s relationship was doomed from the start. He made Rory feel like she had to be “okay” with a non-exclusive relationship, which never has been her vibe and never will be. She had to adjust major parts of her personality just to make their relationship work, and that wasn’t okay with Rory and that wasn’t okay with us.

If it weren’t for Logan, Rory never would have stolen a boat or dropped out of Yale. Rory becomes as arrogant as he is, due to Logan’s influence and lavish lifestyle. The major warning sign from me was hearing Rory exclaim But I’m a Gilmore! in disbelief when the Huntzberger family said she wasn’t good enough for him. Besides–he proposed to her in the penultimate episode and she said no, so that’s that.

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