Since her days of witty-banter with her almost identical mother ended, Bledel has been plenty busy.
Between her role as Lena Kaligaris in "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" (both I and II), modeling for IMG and starring in the historical drama "The Conspirator" directed by Robert Redford, she has had little time to miss her time spent in Stars Hollow.
Seeing Bledel on the small screen again got us thinking: What happened to the rest of the "Gilmore Girls" cast? Is Lauren Graham still making witty pop-culture quips?
We tracked down all our favorite cast members and found out what they're up to now.
(“My dream was indoor plumbing,” Don tells Roger.) But Don isn’t just unsettled because advertising no longer seems as cool as it did before Megan spurned it. He was an enlightened man of the '60s, content to have a working spouse with ambitions of her own. He’s been able to have the idea of an independent partner without actually having one, since all of Megan’s work at SCDP served to further his own business success.
Now that she’s actually out the door to lie on the floor in the dark with a bunch of artists, he feels old: home alone, discovering he can’t keep up with the Beatles.
Sunday night fans of "Gilmore Girls" delighted as little Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) guest starred in “Lady Lazarus,” the latest episode in season five of "Mad Men." Although Bledel's character, Beth Dawes, has the same doe-eyes Rory did, she has certainly done some growing up since her days in sleepy Stars Hollow.But Life & Style has learned that the stars' real-life love affair was a lot longer in the making! "Vinny basically fell in love with Alexis while she filmed a three-episode cameo on Mad Men," a source tells Life & Style about the pair, who were recently spotted smooching on a transatlantic flight."He was definitely smitten with her from the beginning," says the source. I’m afraid I can’t defend his lovesick attachment to Beth, his train buddy’s wife.If Pete is determined to have an affair, this woman is a more palatable prospect than the bobby-soxer from driver’s ed.