Before heading out, Czuchry also told fans that he's without a doubt Team Logan.
His character, Cary Agos, successfully convicted a man for Murder I, negotiated a raise at the Cook County state’s attorney’s office, and squared off against Blake (Scott Porter), rival of his sometime BFF, Kalinda (Archie Panjabi).
But instead of sulking and grabbing pizza, Chinese food, and then some coffee (a la the Gilmore girls themselves), Czuchry admits he actually liked how Rory turned him down.
"I feel that the show is about two strong independent women, and that refusal captures the heart of the show. I just think it was the right decision for Rory regardless of who her boyfriend was," Czuchry, 37, said in the Q&A.
"The pace of the dialogue was what made that show incredibly unique, and also incredibly difficult as an actor.
To be able to maintain that speed, tone, and at the same time, try to make layered choices was a great experience to have early in my career.