If you watch the Bachelor, you might have noticed that Rory has a nickname.
You might also have heard it before: Logan.
It’s a nickname that Rory has been called by her brothers, Tristan and Paris, as well as her sister’s friends.
While it’s true that Logan has become more intimate with Rory’s sisters’ friends, Rory didn’t even realize that Logan was infatuated with them until he told her that they were going on a break.
But it seems like Logan is finally opening up to Rory.
If you’ve been asking yourself why Logan Huntzberger calls Rory Ace, you’re not alone.
There are countless reasons, but the most common are: he loves her, he’s fond of her, and he’s curious about her.
We’ll examine each of these reasons, and more, to answer the question: Why does Logan call Ry Ace?
As a child, Logan attended prestigious prep schools in Massachusetts.
Unfortunately, he got kicked out of a couple of them for playing stupid pranks.
He eventually attended Andover Prep School.
Although he’s not the brightest student, he’s a well-read nerd who understands pop culture references.
He also has a passion for newspaper writing and has a deep understanding of journalism.
Due to his wealthy upbringing, Logan’s personality is stereotypically privileged.
Rory’s nickname ace
Rory’s nickname is a nickname Logan calls her.
He started calling her this after she impressed him with her tennis skills.
As they grew closer, he began using the term as a way to tease her and make her laugh.
Logan is not the only person to use this nickname, however.
Logan was initially a jerk, but he grew to be a good friend to Rory.
While they didn’t end up together in Gilmore Girls Season 7, they did hook up in the Netflix special, “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.”
When Tristan and Rory first met, Logan called Rory Ace.
This was a reference to Rory’s aspiration to be a professional journalist.
Logan continued calling Rory Ace throughout the show, and it became an affectionate term.
Rory is a very smart person who loves to read and learn.
Despite her intelligence, Rory isn’t sure about the relationship.
She’s unsure whether she should take this chance and move on or not.
She has many questions in her head.
She is confused about the nature of love.
However, she tries to make sense of the situation.
After all, how can two guys feel so in love with the same girl, and yet, they both love the same person?
Paris, the sister of Rory, is a tough person.
She has had to deal with her parents’ sudden departure from the country, where they were accused of tax fraud and evasion.
As a result, she struggles to meet her financial needs and is forced to get a job in order to pay for college.
Fortunately, she takes a small loan from a friend, which helps her out.
Paris and Rory are friends, but she is also concerned about her PSAT grade.
Paris teases Rory about the news in the Independence Inn, but she does not give in.
She visits Stars Hollow several times during the year.
She even visits the Independence Inn for a holiday dinner.
Paris and Rory reconcile when she receives a rejection letter from Harvard.
After Luke and Lorelai’s wedding, Logan is upset and blames Lorelai for their fling.
Lorelai is furious, but she cannot let him think that way.
She asks Logan to meet up with her for a night out.
However, Logan is in a rush and is distracted by another girl.
Lorelai is furious and starts freaking out.
Meanwhile, Rory is upset when Logan lets her use his car.
When Rory tells Logan that she’s not going to go back to Yale next year, Logan is frightened and threatens to talk to her father.
Lorelai also does a little introspection in this episode.
Despite trying to persuade Rory to punch her, she is worried about how the breakup will affect her friends.
She doesn’t want to be alone on a Friday night.
She is upset that she hasn’t seen Emily and Richard since the breakup.
This makes her feel like she has to tell them about the breakup.
Consequently, Lorelai starts catastrophizing and coming up with a plan to deal with the situation.