But I sort of feel like once [your character is] 18 and moves on to college, you sort of decide what you do.You [as an audience] can sort of decide how you feel about people and their choices from there, but they're their choices once they're 18.Bledel: I used to worry about that [kind of thing] when the show first started.
On her end, Lorelai’s relationship with Luke is in turmoil and Luke learns he has a daughter.
And luckily, I have the kind of personality where I am extremely private. They're so ever-changing — people are constantly evolving within their relationships.
You may always be together, but the way you feel on a day-to-day basis, it either stays the same or it changes, and I don't usually talk about it.
And for me, personally, it's exciting to think of how much my life will change when the show does end. I have no idea, because I don't even know if we'll be lucky enough to do a seventh year.
When you are on something like this for so long, and it's so all-consuming, it's just exciting to... It's sort of year by year with television, so I think, as it gets closer, it'll be easier to decide.