Matt Czuchry, the sexy, suave and self-important lawyer from the hit TV series “The Good Wife” has recently opened up about his views on relationships.
The American actor is known to keep his thoughts to himself.
(Side note: We know that the revival jumped ahead eight years, but this affair with Logan seems wildly out of character for Rory — although considering she was fine dating Dean while he was still married to Lindsay, maybe not. Except we can’t break up because we’re nothing.” (Again, whose idea was this idiotic arrangement in the first place?
Carry on.) [How to explain why you’re ignoring your family to watch ‘Gilmore Girls’ on Thanksgiving weekend] Even though Rory and Logan have great chemistry and they enjoy each other’s company, Rory puts her foot down when Logan’s fiancee, Odette, moves in with him. We digress.) In typical Logan fashion, he can’t let that be goodbye — he flies to Stars Hollow and enlists his college pals for one more giant Life and Death Brigade extravaganza.
Czuchry’s close friends and relatives describe him as nothing like his on-screen persona.
He is sweet, shy and subdued off the screen – more boyish than badass.
Besides the love interest in the series, both Matt and Archie didn't reveal their affair offscreen.
Caption: Matt Czuchry and Archie Panjabi in a short skit.
The newspaper also added that people who claim to be close to the couple are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable. Fans were simultaneously mourning and celebrating the news. Many other fans were crushed because they hoped to marry him...
“So many people would flip but if the couple at some point announced they were engaged I’d be happy,” tweeted one fan. On Saturday, Matt Czuchry’s rep said “no comment” when asked whether the 40-year-old actor was tying the knot.
LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 18: Actor Matt Czuchry attends the premiere of Netflix's 'Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life' at the Regency Bruin Theatre on November 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
In an ideal world, “Gilmore Girls” fans would care just as much about Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) career as they do about her love life. Our evidence: The many fierce debates over the last decade about whether Rory should have ended up with Dean, Jess, or Logan. And, frankly, it’s a lot more fun to discuss romantic entanglements than a fledgling — and often frustrating — writing career. We learn Rory is dating a guy named Paul who is so forgettable that literally no one can remember meeting him — and Rory forgets him quite often too, even though he’s her boyfriend of two years (! Even though they have a “when we’re together, we’re together, and when we’re not, we’re not” arrangement, it starts to fall apart.