Tuesday, May 8, 2007


She made the wrong decision. She should have said yes. What does she have to stay in New England for? I suppose the fact that she didn't spend the rest of the show devastated and depressed means she didn't really love him enough. But I stick to what I said. Wrong decision.

I think the series finale will be a huge let down. Doesn't look like too much excitement will happen. In addition to last week's disappointing episode maybe it is time that they let the show go. Ever since Lore called it off with Chris the show has been slow... mellow... boring. I guess I would rather say goodbye now, loving the show and always loving the show, then having several seasons of disappointment and coming to hate it However, if Rory were to say yes to Logan and move west it leads to a natural series finale.

Now that all of that is said... I teared up when Lore was clapping at the ceremony. Lauren Graham does a fabulous job of contorting her face when Lore is upset and trying not to show it. She always makes me tear up. I look forward to seeing her in Evan Almighty and I think I'll go through the IMdb.com and add some more of her movies to my NetFlix list.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think Rory made the right decision. She is not ready for marriage. She is still trying to figure out what to do with her life. What she really wants and where she wants to go. she can't do that if she promises herself to Logan. Does it make for the best wrap up for the show? No. But at the time that show was writen/shot they didn't even know the show was wrapping up for good. Not to mention this show has serious feminist undertones (maskes by witty popculture references to make it more palatable to the general public)this just makes the most sense to Rory as a character.