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Instead, the show brought back (now reformed) bad boy Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) to talk some sense into the youngest Gilmore.
“We always played that Rory and Jess saw each other for what they were. She saw Jess for exactly what he was, and he really got her,” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino tells EW.
“Gilmore Girls" casting director Jami Rudofsky told Life & Style, on newsstands now, “Sometimes with casting, the right person just walks in and you just feel it.
That’s how she felt when Jared auditioned for the part of Rory’s first boyfriend, Dean Forester.
There had already been two Deans cast before we found him,” she says.
“But there is something about Jared.” Alexis also had chemistry with resident bad boy Jess, played by Milo Ventimiglia.
Fans everywhere cheered for Dean to win in the end, but he seemed to be the one who got away, at least in the series.
The chemistry between Rory and Dean was undeniable on-screen, so it’s not surprising to hear that these two were canoodling in real life, too.
The 40-year-old actor has secured a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for his role as Jack Pearson on NBC's .
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The Gilmore girls are returning to Stars Hollow for "A Year in the Life,” and it was just revealed by Life & Style that one of them had a secret on-screen-and-off fling with her co-star!
“They always had an intellectual connection and he always pushed her out of her comfort zone,” Bledel says of Jess.
“That was a big part of their relationship, so it makes sense that that’s the role he plays in her life.