Matt cruzchy dating
Matt cruzchy dating
I just need someone to tell me they’re going to show up.” It’s probably not a stretch to say the ex-lovers’ impending reunion will be a touch awkward.
In ‘s series finale on The CW, Logan — reeling from Rory’s rejection of his marriage proposal — jetted off to California to start a new job.
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.
"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.
You’ll see him taking it upon himself to protect her. I liked that one episode in the first season when he was on mushrooms with the girl.
It’s a balancing act, because he has to figure out how to keep his job, please Childs, and protect his friend. I think Cary understands the law so fully that he feels he can go into those dark areas with Blake without using force. He was fired from that job and immediately got another one. That was a way for him to show he’s human, make a mistake and come to terms with that. "Wedding Bell Blues" and "Hay Bale Maze" are at the top of his list.Before heading out, Czuchry also told fans that he's without a doubt Team Logan. "I'm terrified of heights in real life, so I would not have done that stunt," he joked, noting it was one of his favorite episodes nonetheless."In terms of Logan's sense of adventure and grand gestures and spontaneity, those are elements that I try to take from him and apply to my own life." As for two other episodes he enjoyed filming?It would be really embarrassing because I'd be the guy out there really trying to win.