In this article, we will talk about the American comedy-drama ‘Gilmore Girls’ and will be answering the question that Who does Rory end up with?. Fans are always excited to know which character will end up with who. And there is no denying the fact that the climax is the most intriguing part of a story, at least for the viewers. If my fellow indolent lads you also want to know the climax without having to watch the never-ending seasons of Gilmore Girls, then this is the spot. In this particular piece of information, we have gathered and put down all that we know about Rory Gilmore’s relationships. Before you read any further, I would like to warn you that this post contains minor spoilers.
The storyline of Gilmore Girls centers around Lorelai Gilmore and her 16-year-old daughter Rory Gilmore. Unlike the typical mother and daughter pairs, this duo is more like best friends to each other. The theme that the screenplay portrays is that if you are born into a family that doesn’t at all understands you, then you better go out there and make your own, just like the protagonist Lorelai. But it is a comedy-drama right!. So the comedy element is added when Rory eventually grows to like the family her mother left. Amidst the series of events, Rory gets pregnant, and the fans have been curious to know that who will Rory end up with. Let’s dive into the love life of one of the members of this crazy family, Rory Gilmore.
Who is Rory Gilmore
Rory is a girl who is best friends with her mother, Lorelai Gilmore. Born only when her mother was 16 years old, Rory dreams of studying at Havard University. However, she tragically ends up at Chilton Academy. For her sophomore year, she is accepted into Yale University and then moves to Branford College. She befriends her dorm mate Paris, and as the story progresses, we encounter her falling over many boys. The character of 16-year-old Rory Gilmore has dreams like many of us do, and we want to stick with them throughout our life.
Relationships on the show
Rory’s first love was Dean from high school. Their eyes met, and the two instantly vibed but unfortunately parted their ways. We knew the end of the relationship was approaching as Rory starts behaving really awfully with him. Never mind our protagonist later manages to make it up to him with a small heart-to-heart convo. So Rory will end up with Dean right?. Not at all!. This post-high school Dean is married and will soon be welcoming a baby with his wife. Poor Rory next falls in love with Jess. Jess is really passionate and kind of a rebel. We know this as he shows up out of nowhere in Yale and offers Rory to run away with him. No, not yet, Jess is also not the one who Rory will end up with. Other than these two, the only boy that managed to win Rory’s heart was Logan.
For a Summer, Rory goes to her grandmother’s house, and there she gets interested in Logan Huntzberger, who is the heir to the Huntzberger Publishing Company. I personally never liked Logan as he intends on not committing and is rather a no-strings-attached type of guy. However, he gets a character development only to realize that Rory was indeed a girlfriend kind of girl. As the story progresses, Logan proposes to Rory and urges her to move to California with him. Rory is on the verge of making a name for herself, and considering the opportunities that marrying Logan will limit for her, she declines. After declining Logan’s proposal, she rather focuses on her career, but the 32-year-old Rory eventually gets a boyfriend named Paul. Then it’s definitely Paul, right?. Wrong again, Paul is also not the one to end up with Rory.
Gilmore Girls: Who does Rory end up with
Rory is pregnant, and the baby is probably Logan’s. But isn’t Logan already engaged to another girl?. Will he break his engagement for this child?. Well, let me put a halt to your guesswork and break it to you that our beloved Rory will end up with no one. Rory finally realizes that she does not need a man in her life to live it to the fullest. Well, even the sequence to the series ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the life’ ended on a cliffhanger, and it won’t be renewed for another season. Looks like even if we don’t like it we have to be satisfied with this ambiguous climax only.