In the fall of 2015, the couple welcomed their son and soon after, Bledel began filming for the , it might be hard to stomach Rory Gilmore dating and then marrying Pete Campbell, because he was pretty much a snake and a creep (insert other similarly accurate adjective here) for every season of the show.
Henry makes a breakthrough in his search to find the Author, but Mary Margaret and David need a moment to reconsider the best course of action.
In a Fairy Tale Land flashback, Snow and Charming search for a way to ensure their child will grow-up to be a hero.
RELATED: These 9 celebrity couples shared on-screen romance in films Their real-life 2006 breakup, however, may require them to keep things professional should Ventimiglia return for the show's Netflix limited revival, because Bledel wound up marrying another on-screen beau.
(More about that in a moment.) The following list of 11 resilient TV couples — still together as of press time, as far as we know — isn't comprehensive, as Melissa Benoist and Blake Jenner ("Glee"); Amanda Abbington and Martin Freeman ("Sherlock"); and Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Charlie Day ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") can attest.
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys ("The Americans") On the show: They're married KGB agents with multiple identities.
In real life: They've been in a relationship for about two years, but like their characters' professional lives, they try not to draw additional attention to it.Nancy Carell and Steve Carell ("The Office") On the show: Carole Stills and Michael Scott had only gone on a few dates when he popped the question; she declined.In real life: Nancy Carell (née Walls) and the "Crazy, Stupid, Love" star are celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary this year.Slattery and Balsam were married in 1998 and, despite their characters' conflicts, seem anything but "Mad" off-camera.Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher ("That '70s Show") On the show: Kunis' Jackie Burkhart and Kutcher's Michael Kelso shared a natural chemistry on the sitcom.But they are a reminder that, at least for now, Hollywood love stories are still possible after the director shouts "Cut! Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser ("Mad Men") On the show: Kartheiser's flawed Pete Campbell is married, but can't resist the charms of Beth Dawes (Bledel), who has troubles of her own.