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The 13 TV sidekicks who should've been the show's main character

By kboone@insider.com (Keyaira Boone) of INSIDER | Slide 2 of 14: Ambitious, loyal, and committed to self-improvement, Paris was "that girl" long before TikTok amplified the complimentary label.Most of the cast avoided her and complained about her type-A personality all throughout the series, but she was smart, confident, and stuck up for her friends, hence Madeline and Louise constantly buzzing around her in school. Paris carried the Shakespearan project her junior year and was also the reason the senior class gifted the school an expensive telescope. She gave Rory a place to live at Yale when Logan Huntzberger "had many many blondes for Thanksgiving" in season six, episode sixteen, and yet again when he stopped paying rent.  Even though Rory totally benefited from their friendship, she was often two-faced and talked about Paris behind her back with the newspaper staff. Yes, she was high-strung and socially awkward, but she knew to apologize when she was wrong and was a really good dancer.

Paris Geller was the real star of "Gilmore Girls" and she didn't deserve Rory's two-faced behavior.

Ambitious, loyal, and committed to self-improvement, Paris was "that girl" long before TikTok amplified the complimentary label.

Most of the cast avoided her and complained about her type-A personality all throughout the series, but she was smart, confident, and stuck up for her friends, hence Madeline and Louise constantly buzzing around her in school. 

Paris carried the Shakespearan project her junior year and was also the reason the senior class gifted the school an expensive telescope. 

She gave Rory a place to live at Yale when Logan Huntzberger "had many many blondes for Thanksgiving" in season six, episode sixteen, and yet again when he stopped paying rent.  

Even though Rory totally benefited from their friendship, she was often two-faced and talked about Paris behind her back with the newspaper staff. 

Yes, she was high-strung and socially awkward, but she knew to apologize when she was wrong and was a really good dancer.

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