However she backs off after he makes a flirty comment about her already having a date.
She takes out that bitterness on Rory for not wanting him and yells at the girl as she buys her tickets, not realizing that Rory already has a boyfriend in the local new boy, Dean.
This character was created in consolation for Weil after a strong audition for the role of Rory (Weil had been known to Polone through her work in Stir of Echoes, which he and his company produced), which eventually went to Alexis Bledel.
Weil, however, had to change her hair color to play Paris from her natural brown hair coloring to blonde.
Because she needs a date for the Formal, she is forced after asking her mother to take her cousin Jacob as a date.
Paris is able to keep it a secret for at least half the dance, until Jacob asks Rory if he could have her phone number and reveals his bloodline connection to Rory's rival.
However, the role was gradually developed by creators, and Paris would remain for the entirety of the series while growing closer to Rory.
This is in stark contrast to her friend Rory Gilmore, who is much more relaxed and casual about most matters, and the only person close to Paris who can consistently pacify her.
Paris's style of speaking is usually brash and matter-of-fact, and it is very rare that she lapses away from her usual tone.
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Paris Eustace Geller is a fictional character on the television series Gilmore Girls and its spin-off A Year in the Life, played by Liza Weil.