Lane bursts back into the room, upset that her two-thousand-word ad is going to cost $500. Rory tells Lane to cut the influences down even more. Lane has to list Bowie, but she doesn't necessarily have to mention every album recorded plus a personal rating of each, between one and ten. Then there's a discussion of Jackson Browne and how knowing he's more than a "mellow, hippie-dippie folky" will separate the poseurs from the non-poseurs. "Wax on, wax off," Rory says, which I don't think really works in this situation. Lorelai goes back to reading the application and asks Rory what activities interest her. "All of them," Rory answers. Except sports. That can't possibly be true. I've yet to see Rory play one game of chess. The application asks for a picture, for some reason, so Lorelai suggests the one where they are sticking their heads through a cardboard cutout of Johnny Bravo and Spongebob Squarepants. Lane opens the door and announces that she's going to have to crank the Ramones if she must make deep cuts. She slams the door and jams "I Wanna Be Sedated." Rory suggests that they move outside. "The outside's contaminated!" Lorelai says. Rory grabs the bottle of 409, and they make their exit. Was I just recapping that scene for forever? Because it sure felt that way.
Episode Report CardPamie: C+ | 449 USERS: C+
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