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“Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” ended with a cliffhanger that left many wondering if Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry) was the father of Rory’s baby. A recent interview with the 39-year-old actor revealed that executive producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino told him the answer.

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Rory: Mom?

Lorelai: Yeah.

Rory: I’m pregnant.

Those last four words shook the world of “Gilmore Girls.” But as Matt clarified, that was always the story that Amy and Dan wanted for the series. “I’m very protective over those four words,” he told The Huffington Post. “They did tell me who is the father of that baby.”

Matt, however, was quick to defend this piece of information, saying that it was up to Amy and Dan to tell that story. He then went on to say that the point of the cliffhanger was not to leave the audience wondering who the father was, but instead focus on the kind of mother that Rory (Alexis Bledel) would be and how Lorelai (Lauren Graham) would support her as a grandmother.

The publication nevertheless points out that Matt knowing who the father is at all only strengthens the theory that he is the father of Rory’s child. And because of the parallel lives of Rory and Lorelai, a great part of the public has settled on the idea that Logan is Rory’s own Christopher and that Jess is her Luke. However, that is not the only possibility.

Another theory, which was shared to Refinery29, very strongly reasons out that Rory’s life actually mirrors Emily’s (Kelly Bishop) more. While Rory did get pregnant out of wedlock like her mother, she was having an affair with an engaged man -- much like how Emily was first the other woman in Richard’s life. Furthermore, the parents of their respective boyfriends approved of the girlfriends and slightly frowned upon Rory and Emily. Rory was also a graduate of Yale, just like her grandmother.

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There is no denying that there are similarities between the lives of Rory and Emily, as there are in the lives of Rory and Lorelai. And until Amy and Dan decide to release another season of “Gilmore Girls,” the debate will likely continue on.

“Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” is available for streaming on Netflix. The revival season is composed of four 90-minute episodes entitled “Winter,” “Spring,” “Summer” and “Fall.”