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Which terrible boyfriend is Rory dating? Paris is insanely difficult to be friends with — and I say that with love in my heart because Before I watched Gilmore Girls, I was under the impression that Rory bounced back and. Are you Team Dean, Team Jess or Team Logan? Last-season Marty was trash, a goon who was dating Rory's friend I did before making this list), Sean was the guy Rory briefly flirted with while on Spring Break in Florida. He then witnessed Paris and Rory kissing and got straight-dude-pervy about it. Rory Gilmore and Paris Geller are fictional characters from the dramatic television series When Paris becomes Rory's superior on the school newspaper, she assigns Rory from high school, Rory is elected valedictorian over Paris, and the girls hug before . "14 famous best friends who should totally be dating instead".
Aired Thursday, February 15, Rory is assigned to a debate team for class with Paris, Louise and Madeline, and when the three girls come over to study, she is surprised to actually be getting along with Louise and Madeline. Sookie procures four tickets to The Bangles concert in New York and although Lorelai is incredibly excited to go, she gives them to Rory to take her classmates and help cement any possible new friendships.
Louise and Madeline end up ditching the concert to go to some party with random boys they meet, and Paris actually enjoys spending time with Rory and Lorelai when it involves embarassing the other two sixteen-year-old girls by dragging them from the party.
Lorelai acts jealous when she finds out about Luke's old girlfriend, Rachel, who broke his heart. Lorelai organizes a charity rummage sale, and Rory has to keep her mother from buying even more junk than she donates. Aired Thursday, February 22, The sexual tension grows between Lorelai and Luke when they pick out new paint for his diner and Luke comes over to the Gilmore household to help Lorelai recover Rory's lost mid-term project, a baby chick.
Lorelai gets more and more defensive when Sookie suggests she might have a thing for Luke, but finally admits to her mother that she might have feelings for Luke.
Rory is horrified when Dean confesses that there's something attractive about the Donna Reed housewife lifestyle. Rory housesits for Babette when she and Morey go to New York and leave their new kitten behind, and she uses the opportunity to give Dean a Donna Reed night, complete with sixties housewife outfit and a home-cooked meal. Dean assures her that, although he enjoyed having someone cook him dinner, he doesn't expect her to be a housewife.
Richard and Emily get anxious when their annual plans to go to Martha's Vineyard in the spring are put in jeopardy because they didn't rent their usual place in time. Rory's dad, Christopher, comes back into town to surprise the Gilmore Girls. The whole town is curious about him. Christopher tells Lorelai that he's finally getting it together, and his business in California is doing well, but his proud talk is belied by the fact that his credit card is rejected when he tries to buy Rory the expensive dictionary she wants.
Emily and Richard invite the whole family, including Christopher and his parents, over for Friday dinner, but the reunion quickly turns into a disaster when Christopher's father can't restrain himself from reminding Lorelai that she ruined Christopher's life. Christopher and Lorelai comfort each other on Lorelai's old childhood balcony, and re-create Rory's conception there hopefully not actually conceiving this time. The next morning Lorelai feels terrible when she realizes she forgot her painting date with Luke, and things don't get better when Christopher proposes.
Lorelai insists to Christopher that he's not actually ready to be settled and married, and even though Rory hopes her parents might get back together, Christopher leaves town. Lorelai ends up surprising Luke with a freshly painted diner that he actually likes. Aired Thursday, March 8, Love is in the air as Stars Hollow prepares to celebrate its history and the young lovers that founded the town.
Tristin disgusts Paris by making out in the hallway at school while Lorelai has to put up with Sookie and Jackson making out in the kitchen at the inn. Rory begs off Friday night dinner to celebrate her three-month anniversary with Dean.
Dean prepares a perfect night for them, including showing Rory a present he's been working on for her. He's building her a car. Dean tells Rory he loves her, but when she can't say the words back they end up breaking up. Lorelai sneaks out her old bedroom window after her mother tries to set her up with a boring actuary. Luke's ex-girlfriend Rachel comes back to town.
Lorelai considers calling Max Medina. Aired Thursday, March 15, Rory deals with her breakup with Dean by making a list of things to do that they've been putting off, and ignores Lorelai's advice to wallow.
The news travels quickly through town and Luke ends up in a physical confrontation with Dean. After a very active Saturday, Rory decides to go to Madeline's party and brings Lane along with her. Having talked to Rory about wallowing, Lorelai realizes that she still isn't over Max, and goes to his house to talk to him. Meanwhile, at the party, Lane finds herself falling for a Korean future-doctor, and is horrified that she likes a guy her parents would approve of.
Rory ends up bonding with Tristin over their mutual break-ups, but when he kisses her she bursts into tears and drags Lane home. Rory spends the rest of Saturday night wallowing with her mother. Aired Thursday, March 22, Richard's mother, Lorelai-the-first, comes to visit, and Lorelai is pleased when her grandmother tortures Emily.
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Lorelai-the-first offers Lorelai early access to Rory's trust fund to pay for Chilton, and Emily freaks out, thinking that she will lose her Friday dinners with her daughter and granddaughter. Emily tries to convince Lorelai that she'll lose Rory once Rory has access to so much money, and Lorelai argues that that's not true. Lorelai-the-first catches Emily and Lorelai arguing, and decides that Lorelai is not mature enough to supervise Rory with such a large amount of money and rescinds the offer.
Rory and Tristin discuss their strange kiss and decide to put it behind them. Rory convinces Tristin to ask out Paris, and then finds herself helping Paris get ready for the date. After one date and one kiss, Tristin tells Paris they're better just as friends, and admits that he asked her out on Rory's advice.
Paris ends up furious at Rory for setting the whole thing up. Aired Thursday, April 26, Lorelai starts to become friends with Rachel, and at her new friend's request speaks to Luke about accepting the fact that Rachel is serious about sticking around this time. Luke has his doubts, but gives Rachel a drawer and some keys.
Lorelai is not sure she's done the right thing. Lane is excited when Henry calls, but dissects his answering machine message looking for bad signs.
Rory takes Emily around Stars Hollow and shows her the potting shed where she lived with Lorelai when she was a baby. Emily is horrified by the shed and creates a dream-like pink and fluffy room in her own house for Rory.
Lorelai is confused by the room until Emily lashes out at her, not able to believe that Lorelai wanted to leave home so badly that she would take her baby and live in a potting shed. Lorelai, against her better judgment, gives Roon a job as a handyman at the inn and lets him stay in the potting shed. Aired Thursday, May 3, Lorelai helps Luke find a gift for Rachel's birthday and ends up buying him some chic clothes as well.
Lorelai and Max have been having some great phone conversations for a few weeks now and decide that it's time for them to go out on a date again.
Over which of Rory Gilmore's boyfriends was best, of course. Years after it went off the air, the debate rages on. Ahead of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life 's debut on Netflix, let's settle it once and for all: Who was Rory's best love interest? To do that, we've rounded up every single guy she so much as flirted with — and included the different seasonal versions of her primary men.
Jess in season two is different than Jess in season six, after all. Who came out on top? Read on to find out.
Original recipe Marty, as you'll see later on this list, was a good guy! His deceit screwed things up for Rory, Lucy and Logan, and he was never seen after his lie was exposed. Marty's split personalities were the onus for splitting the multi-season love interests up, because it's deeply unfair to judge his earlier persona against this horrible, unreasonable man. Graham was a guy Emily tried to set her granddaughter up with at the end of season four after she had been single her entire freshman year.
He turned out to be a jerk who invited her out, ignored her in favor of his friends and left her at the bar. This was the guy who Rory decided to be bold and ask out in her dorm's laundry room.
He said no, which is fine, and then told stories about a girl who was desperate to date him at parties. He wasn't talking about Rory, she found out too late after confronting him publiclybut all things considered, he still seemed like a douche. Logan Huntzberger, seasons five and six: Ugh, early Logan sucks. He toyed with Rory's heart for a while, negging her and constantly calling her "Ace.
He got better, but hoo, he was rough trade at the start. Dean Forester, seasons four and five: Dean was never great, but his last two seasons really served as evidence of how far he fell from grace. Getting married young to a woman you don't love, then cheating on her with your first love, then dumping that first love again when you get a little jealous? At Chilton, Rory must often decide to what degree she will seek to fit in socially, as well as being subject to the strain of constant pressure to achieve academically.
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She also reluctantly runs for student government with Paris and wins, and writes for the Chilton paper, The Franklin. After graduating from Chilton as valedictorian, Rory attends Yale University in season four, having decided that the benefits of Yale outweighed her dream of studying at Harvard in season three.
Rory resides in Branford Collegethe same residential college of her grandfather, Richard Gilmore. She writes for the Yale Daily News and is its editor towards the end of her studies. During her first year at Yale, Rory has only one date, although Jess returns unexpectedly and tells her he loves her. He leaves before she can make any response. Rory also turns to Dean for support when she is stunned to be failing a class at Yale, and later, when she needs to be driven home from a bar after completing her finals for the year.
The same night, Jess returns again, interrupting Dean and Rory at her dorm, just as Rory is confronting Dean about his marriage and their intimate friendship. Upset and confused after a tumultuous year and a burgeoning rapport with Dean, Rory declines and Jess leaves. Confiding in Lane soon after, Rory says she appreciates the dependability of Dean, reflecting that Jess was attractive in a number of ways, but that she no longer finds his unreliable and unpredictable nature appealing. In the season four finale, Rory rekindles her relationship with Dean and loses her virginity to him.
This choice is the subject of an intense fight between Rory and Lorelai, chiefly because Dean is married to Lindsay at the time. Rory leaves for Europe with her grandmother and barely communicates with Lorelai.
Dean separates from Lindsay and the pair date during Rory's sophomore year in season five, though obstacles make the period difficult. Dean ends the relationship when Rory is late to meet him: One of these bachelors, Logan Huntzberger, heir to the Huntzberger newspaper-publishing empire, had already begun to interest Rory before her relationship with Dean ended.
She accompanied him to a woodland meeting of a secret society at Yale, The Life and Death Brigade, in order to prepare an article for the Yale Daily News. Their relationship begins casually as a "no strings attached" affair because Logan makes it clear he is averse to commitment in a relationship.
However, Logan affirms his commitment to their relationship, although the pressure exerted by the Huntzbergers continues to dog the couple.