On ‘Gilmore Girls Only‘, we start to see people in Rory’s life realize that perhaps she won’t always be there. Lorelai, probably anxious for more alone time with Rory, tries to get Rory to come to Mia’s wedding. Rory wasn’t planning on going, being busy with her interviews and with Logan’s immaturity. However, after finally standing up to Logan, telling him she’s “not going to support every stupid decision” he makes, she decides she needs to get away from him.
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Overhearing about the road trip, Emily decides she too wants to get away from Richard and to spend time with Rory. Lorelai is anxious that Rory may move far away to join a paper, though Emily takes it as a natural thing that may happen. She even asks Rory how Logan will take it – because they take it for granted that Rory would put her career before any boy. Rory is also anxious that Emily & Lorelai “bond” more, in case she moves away.
Meanwhile, while Emily & Lorelai are individually trying to picture life without Rory, Logan travels all the way to the wedding to see Rory. Rory wants nothing to do with him; since Logan ditched Lane’s baby shower to go to Vegas, she’s annoyed that he’d simply show up when it was Rory who needed time off from everything (ie from Logan). Perhaps this was obvious to Logan? That Rory was pulling away from him? Only then did Logan take charge of his own life… making me wonder… did he do it for himself, or for Rory?
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