The “Resident” star appeared on the “Gilmore Girls” as Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) wealthy beau, Logan Huntzberger, for three seasons from 2004 to 2007.
He returned for the 2016 reboot, “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” with — spoiler alert — fans debating whether or not he is the father of Rory’s unborn child. ’ and they’d say, ‘You know why you’re an a–hole,'” Czuchry said, before fans would declare their alliance to Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) or Dean Forester (Jared Padelecki). “Literally people would just come up to me and say how much of an a–hole I was.” As for a return to Stars Hollow, fans shouldn’t hold their breath … “I think what was so great about the [2016 Netflix revival] was that it had been nine years.
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.
On the April 29, 2016 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he said that before becoming an actor he took the Law School Admission Test and did poorly.
Over the course of the four 90-minutes episodes, fans discovered that not only are Rory and Logan still seeing (and sleeping with! His best known roles include Logan Huntzberger on The WB television series Gilmore Girls (2005–2007) and Cary Agos on the CBS television drama The Good Wife (2009–2016).Czuchry attended college on a tennis scholarship, captained the men's tennis team, and was an NCAA ranked player in the Southern Conference."And I think it's a little uncomfortable for [Rory] even though she's kind of putting on a brave face that she's fine with it.I think she's actually not that emotionally connected to it."Rory and Logan have always had a love for each other that has gone back and forth, and they've never really wanted to say goodbye.They're both in the same place at the same time in this particular story, so it's a mutual relationship that they're carrying on."Bledel admitted that she was initially taken aback when she learned that both Rory and Logan would be involved in other relationships while still sleeping with each other."It did surprise me," the 35-year-old actress confessed of the couple's infidelities.) each other, but they're doing it behind the backs of their respective significant others.Logan is engaged to a French socialite named Odette, and, until the very end of the final episode, Rory is in a nearly three-year relationship with an unbelievably forgettable man named Paul."I never really looked at it like that," the former star explained."I always looked at Logan as somebody who was always trying to push Rory to be the best that she could possibly be in her personal and professional life, so I never looked at it like that.