Lane makes it home from work to find her apartment full of boxes. pfTL and Brian have gone out and spent $9000, the tour money she saved, on a new computer system and ProTools. They don't know how to turn it on, but they're real proud of it. I am having flashbacks, to hours upon hours spent with ProTools, which I cannot turn on, either, and am totally on Lane's side when she flies into a rage against them for spending the money.
Back at the Dragonfly, Michel is still bitching about Jackson's relatives. He suspects them of burning all the Inn's DVDs for their own private collections and replacing the booze in the mini bars with water. Lorelai has had enough of him and asks if she can interest him in a sick day. He says he wouldn't give her the satisfaction, and says something mean to Sookie as she comes in the room. "He's snarky," Lorelai says. "And sarcastic," Sookie answers. Lorelai says yeah, he's "snarkastic." Good one, folks. Snark on. Sookie leads Lorelai to the couch, wanting to ask her something important: she wants Lorelai to be Martha's godmother. Sweet. Lorelai is touched, she's never thought of herself as a godmother: "Will I need a wand?" Hee. She accepts, and is happy about it, until Sookie says that since they're going to baptize both children at once, Davey will also need a godmother, and so, by the way, she's asked Rory to do that. Sigh, the things these people don't understand about baptism and godparents...they are numerous, as we will come to find. Sookie says she knows that things are weird between Lorelai and Rory, but that there's no one else she's close to that she could ask. Lorelai wonders why she didn't ask her friend Kat. "She's been institutionalized," Sookie says. What about Teresa? She moved to Peru. Yesterday. What about tall, skinny Margo? Lorelai wonders. Apparently she has an inner ear problem. Frankly, Sookie says, she's worried that tall, skinny Margo will lose her balance and fall face-forward into the water with the baby so, she's out. Into the water? Where are they baptizing these kids? In the river? I know there ain't any dunking churches in Stars Hollow. Sookie passive-aggressively says that if Lorelai doesn't want to do it, or has a problem with Sookie's asking Rory, she can say so and everyone will understand. This is clearly untrue, of course, and Lorelai can tell, so she says repeats that it's fine and that she'll do it.