Matt Czuchry Knows Who the Father of Rory's Baby Is on 'Gilmore Girls' | 22 Words

Matt Czuchry has played with the hearts of all Gilmore Girls fans this week by teasing who the father of Rory's baby is.

Keep scrolling to hear what he had to say...

Now, our Gilmore Girls journey started all the way back in 2000.

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When the first season hit our screens, we were all hooked on seeing how Lorelai and Rory managed to navigate their lives through the ups and downs of adult life.

It gave us some iconic life lessons...

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Watching a single mother trying to help herself as well as her teen daughter understand the trials and tribulations of life gave this drama the edge it needed.

But it also made for some good comedy, too.

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Of course, between the serious topics, there were some pretty hilarious moments.

Remember when Rory was late to school because "she got hit by a deer?"

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That's right, she told the story like she got hit by the deer and not that she hit the deer with her car.

And what about the time when Dean built Rory a car for their 3-month anniversary, but then broke up with her because she didn't say "I love you" back?

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It might sound depressing, but it was hilarious.

However, the show sadly came to an end in 2007.

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The last episode left a few unanswered questions, but all in all, it was pretty standard. It could have been a bit better, ending with Lorelai realizing what Luke means to her and giving Rory the send-off she deserves.

Some people thought it felt a bit rushed...

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But after 7 years and 154 episodes, there's not much you can do.

Fans were still left disappointed that the series had come to an end though.

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So imagine their happiness when they heard it was getting an all-new re-boot?

Almost 9 years after, Gilmore Girls gave us Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

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In 2016, set a decade later, the revival hit our screens and followed Lorelai, Rory and Emily Gilmore through the changes in their lives.

It was basically a grown-up version of the first series...

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And all-in-all, it was actually quite good. Netflix had the honor of sharing the re-boot with us all and overall, it earned itself a solid 7.7/10 according to IMDB.

There has only been 1 season so far... But a second is in the works.

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Apparently.

Sherman-Palladino spoke about a possible second season telling Vogue this:

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"We just want people to watch these. Some people haven't seen them yet. This was the story that we wanted to do. We wanted to do this year — a year in the life. So we accomplished what we wanted to do."

A showrunner also added this:

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"We didn't go in there with any intention of wanting to do more. There were no discussions between us and Warners or us and Netflix of having anymore. We all went through this journey thinking we just wanted to make it a very special event. So that really is where we are right now, because we're so tired and exhausted and the kitchen still smells like butter."

Regardless, there are some questions we need to answer...

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One question in particular...

Who the hell is the father of Rory's baby?!

Matt Czuchry, who plays Logan Huntzberger, decided to give us a little insight into the situation because he revealed that he knows exactly who the father is. What?!

And of course, everyone wanted to be let into the secret...

But it seems as though it's going to stay a secret for a bit longer...

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In an interview, Czuchry openly admitted that he knew who the father was, but could not spill the beans on the revealtion.

He said this:

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"It's funny because I have dear friends of mine and my buddy's wife who's been a huge fan of Gilmore Girls for so long. We would go out for drinks. And then she tried to say, like, 'OK so tell me who it is,'" he recalled. "I'm like, 'Are you really doing this? I've known your husband since I was 9 years old. You're putting drinks in me and trying to get me to tell you! No.' … I've told no one who it might be."

​He also added this about his potential storyline:

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"If I was writing it, he would be with Rory," he said. "I think that Logan was a character who was pushed in a certain direction because of his family, that he didn't want to be in that direction. He wanted to follow his heart and his love, which was Rory, but when he was younger, he didn't really have the strength to do that. That being said, he also asked Rory [to marry him] and was going to defy his family. But Rory, if people remember, kind of said no, it wasn't the right time. … He would do anything for her, including giving up the whole family business."

So there we have it guys...

We'll just have to wait and see...