Even Lorelai Gilmore was stunned by the last four words. At the wrap of Netflix four-part revival series, which brought together the beloved cast of the original CW series, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino was finally able to have her two main characters — Lorelai Lauren Graham and Rory Gilmore Alexis Bledel — complete the dramedy the way that she originally intended it to be wrapped. After audiences watched Lorelai and Luke Scott Patterson finally tie the knot in the center of Stars Hollow after being longtime lovers for nine years, the mother-daughter duo sat until the wee hours of the morning, sipping champagne on the steps of the iconic gazebo as they watched the sun come up. Throughout the revival, Gilmore Girls diehards eagerly watched to see who Rory ends up with at the end of the series. That you were generous and protective and kind and strong. As Rory says goodbye to Dean, the question of her ever ending up with him is laid to rest.
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In the fifth season, Lorelai embarks on a relationship with Luke and after she discovers Rory has lost her virginity to married Dean, who was her first wedding and former boyfriend. Dean had married another girl, after breaking up with Rory. This entanglement with a married year strains Logan and Lorelai's mother-daughter wedding. Eventually Rory apologizes. Logan panicking over Sherrie's departure to Paris, leaving him alone with their baby, calls Lorelai for help. Rory later tells Christopher to leave her mother alone.
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From the first season to the end of the fourth season they have a great relationship flirting when Lorelai would come into the diner. During the season 4 finale Luke and Lorelai kiss during the opening of the dragonfly inn after Luke realizes Lorelai is perfect for him and they dance together at TJ's wedding. In the season five premiere, they decide that they would start a relationship.
Jason and Lorelai knew each other as teenagers in camp, where she had the nickname umalauts and she called him digger. They parted ways until they were reunited by Jason and Richard Gilmore 's choice to become business partners. They started a secret relationship for five months, until Floyd Stiles revealed the relationship. They eventually broke up when Jason sued Richard for leaving their partnership and Lorelai sided with her father.