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PHOTOS: Gilmore Girls cast -- then and now But before reminiscing about Logan's charm and oh, that devilish grin, Czuchry answered a question about his character's epic proposal. Stars Hollow lovers were left shocked and heartbroken when Rory (Alexis Bledel) turned down Logan's proposal in season 7, which turned out to be the show's penultimate episode in 2007.
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.
Logan was a striking contrast to her old hometown boyfriends Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki) and Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia), which Czuchry actually thinks was good for Richard (the late Edward Hermann) and Emily Gilmore's (Kelly Bishop) granddaughter.
"I looked at Logan as somebody who would challenge Rory," Czuchry said.
"And push her to new adventures in her life." PHOTOS: TV shows gone too soon Logan did push Rory, especially in the episode "You Jump, I Jump, Jack," where they cascaded off a wall with the help of umbrellas.
PHOTOS: Best TV couples "I feel that the show is about two strong independent women, and that refusal captures the heart of the show. I just think it was the right decision for Rory regardless of who her boyfriend was," Czuchry, 37, said in the Q&A.
He added: "Even at the wrap party, there were talks that the show was gonna come back, and that I would have come back to have been a part of that.
But nothing was ever set in stone." Indeed, but that wasn't the worst of it.
But even so, Czuchry is grateful for the time he did work with the cast — and writers.
Rory and Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) had so much dialogue each episode, that scripts were much longer than the average TV series.