, which ran from 2000 to 2007, was suddenly canceled by The CW after season 7, leaving many questions up in the air.
But even so, Czuchry is grateful for the time he did work with the cast — and writers.
"Not just because of it being Logan, but just at that time in her life."He continues, "I also think that show was about two strong women who had been on their own and make their way on their own, so I felt like that was the heart of the show.
Regardless if it had been Logan, Dean or Jess who asked her at the end, I think she gave the proper answer: ‘No.' It's not a reflection on Logan, but more of a reflection on the show, the heart of the show in terms of Rory being on her own and a strong woman on her own.
The actor believes that the time is still not right for him to divert his focus from his career and settle down with someone.
In his interviews, Czurchry has repeatedly stated that he considers marrying a “civilian.” This has given millions of his female fans a glimmer of hope.
But instead of sulking and grabbing pizza, Chinese food, and then some coffee (a la the Gilmore girls themselves), Czuchry admits he actually liked how Rory turned him down.