"The writers did want the material word-perfect," Czuchry explained to one fan.
"The pace of the dialogue was what made that show incredibly unique, and also incredibly difficult as an actor.
Logan was a striking contrast to her old hometown boyfriends Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki) and Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia), which Czuchry actually thinks was good for Richard (the late Edward Hermann) and Emily Gilmore's (Kelly Bishop) granddaughter.
"And push her to new adventures in her life." Logan did push Rory, especially in the episode "You Jump, I Jump, Jack," where they cascaded off a wall with the help of umbrellas.
But as it turns out, Czuchry would have been fine if that certain scene was written out!
"Wedding Bell Blues" and "Hay Bale Maze" are at the top of his list.
Before heading out, Czuchry also told fans that he's without a doubt Team Logan.
To be able to maintain that speed, tone, and at the same time, try to make layered choices was a great experience to have early in my career.