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Jess and Rory
November 25 is getting closer every single day and with the premiere date of Gilmore Girls: A Years in the Life in the not so distant future, the promise of closure for Jess and Rory shippers is on the horizon as well. While you are waiting to see if Rory and Jess finally reunite, you are definitely going to want to revisit their greatest moments — but you should give some love to the underrated Jess and Rory episodes too. No one is ever going to forget the big moments — the first time Jess and Rory met, Rory skipping school to visit Jess in New York, and the first time those two literature loving teens kissed. All of those episodes have been rewatched again and again by Jess and Rory fans, but there are other episodes just as deserving of your adoration. Whether they pushed Jess and Rory ever so slightly closer together or showed the couple in their darkest moments, these 13 underrated Jess and Rory episodes should be just as essential as the likes of "I Can't Get Started.
We all know it was always supposed to be Luke and Lorelai, together forever, in Gilmore Girls, but when it came down to Rory's love interests.
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The love life of Gilmore Girls ' Rory has always been hotly-debated. The correct answer is Dean. But Netflix, it seems, has its own opinion on the matter. The streaming platform appears to be shipping Rory Alexis Bledel and Jess Milo Ventimiglia , as - ahead of the reunion series - the thumbnail for the series features Jess:. Different subscribers are seeing different thumbnails. Here's one that shows lead characters Rory and Lorelai Lauren Graham instead:.
When it comes to Gilmore Girls , people have a lot of opinions. Early on in the show's run, the were two definite camps: Team Dean and Team Jess. Instead of just coming clean to Dean about her new feelings for Jess, she strung the poor, tall sap along while she not so discreetly yearned for bad boy Jess. Her flaky refusal to own up to her feelings and be truthful to her high-school sweetheart-- and herself-- makes absolutely no sense. While she may have thought they were just taking some time apart from each other, and Logan was under the impression they had broken up for good, the fact of the matter is, Rory is getting upset with her ex for seeing other people.
One of the TV shows I most viscerally remember falling for in high school is Gilmore Girls, the show about mom Lorelai and daughter Rory's relationship and adventures. Sure, I watched lots of other stuff, too, of course. But even now I can actually picture myself perfectly, propped up on pillows in my old bedroom, with the massive TV-stand-on-wheels pulled all the way up to the edge of my mattress, so I wouldn't miss a single moment. And yes, the continuing small-town hilarity and complicated mother-daughter relationships were a huge part of the draw. Lorelai, Rory, and Emily Gilmore were the backbone of the series and are the main reasons why my love for the show is so enduring. But I'd be totally lying if I said my teenage self wasn't super tuned in to the romance on the show, too — especially the one between Rory and Jess.