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Bledel: I used to worry about that [kind of thing] when the show first started.

But my perspective is that when you're a kid, if your audience is a group of children or teenagers, you do have some level of social responsibility. But other entertainers will say that that's not their responsibility, and I can see how they might feel that way as well.

“The first one I guess is like her first love, so she’s sort of swept away and it’s very impactful for her,” Bledel explains.

“I mean she kind of has a long road to get over that one.” Then there’s Jess Mariano (Ventimiglia), a bad boy who “totally loved” Rory, and she the same.

“It did surprise me,” the 35-year-old actress confessed of the pairs infidelities in the Netflix series.Every time we think Gilmore Girls can't possibly surprise us again, the beloved WB dramedy (Tuesdays at 8 pm/ET) goes and does just that. I think it's cool just to see a fresh, new relationship with all of its problems and complications. It's felt that way for me, especially, because we have all these new young kids coming in for the college scenes. Your contract is up in two years, so you could either quit or stay and do both the show and movies. This year, the 22-year-old ingenue took her character, virginal brainiac Rory, from all-night cramming sessions to one-night stands, got herself cast against type as a Sin City hooker and, in this interview, gave up a rare insight into her real-life romance with her former leading man, American Dreams heartthrob Milo Ventimiglia. TVG: Since you have such great chemistry with Matt Czuchry (Logan), I'd say that's a given. He's stuck around for a while, so that's a good sign.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.

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