It's Lorelai, and she wants to know if Rory has ever heard about Luke's Dark Day. Can't anyone have some privacy in this town? Lorelai is shelving the fake books in the Dragonfly's fake office, and that cracks me up. Rory says she's never heard of Luke's Dark Day. It's on November 30th, so it's crazy because this episode aired on November 30th, so it's like we're watching the past as it catches up with the present. Freaky! Lorelai figures Rory would know, seeing as how she has a Bob Graham-like obsession with recording her daily life. Rory says she'll check the notebook later and find out where they had breakfast that morning. Lorelai asks if Rory's Mini-Me showed up. Rory says that Anna's tour is going great. Lorelai: "How many bench lectures did you give?" Rory: "Two. But they were about the same bench." Kirk walks up to Lorelai. He's holding a book. Lorelai says she has to go, since someone is standing "abnormally close to her." Rory tells Lorelai to say hi to Kirk. They hang up. Kirk tells Lorelai he has a business proposition for her. He asks how often she slips in her tub. "Never," Lorelai says. Kirk: "Okay, it doesn't work if you answer like that." "Constantly," Lorelai says, interrupting. "I never stop slipping, even after I get out." Kirk shows off his new line of bath and shower adhesive decals. Lorelai looks over the catalog, noting that they are impressive and expensive. Kirk asks Lorelai to look them over right now, since that's the only catalog he has. He points out his favorite, which looks like two fish kissing. Lorelai asks Kirk about Luke's Dark Day. Kirk says that everybody knows about it. He doesn't know the details, but he knows it's every year: "I think it goes back a long, long time." He says that Luke, like everyone, has always had a touch of darkness in him: "Luke's a little more touched than some. He's kind of grabbed, actually." He tells Lorelai about the time Luke knocked books out of Kirk's hands in the seventh grade. "Because of his Dark Day?" Lorelai asks. "No, everyone knocked books out of my hands," Kirk says. "I was kind of a target. I used to wear a cape to school."
Oh, God, Rory. Shut up about Yale! Shut up! Shut up! You are in the library! Shut up! Rory is going on about how much she loves libraries, but Anna is staring to realize how cool college life is. She loves how everybody's dressed: "No uniforms!" She asks Rory how many guys Rory's dated since going to college. Rory deftly maneuvers around that answer, saying she hasn't dated any from Yale. Not officially, anyway. Rory and Anna hold and smell books, as Rory declares, "Nothing, nothing smells like that." Logan catches Rory sniffing books and teases her. Logan tells Anna he could have sworn she was a college girl. That's because the actress playing her is twenty-seven. Anna giggles, and Logan puts even more gel in his hair. Logan tells Anna to make sure Rory takes her to the pub, since that's where everybody hangs out. Rory says she won't, but Anna begs. Not one of these people is supposed to be old enough to be in a pub. Logan says that he was lost, and that's how he ended up in the library. He leaves. "He's cute," Anna says. "Yes, he is," agrees Rory. "But not as cute as Pushkin." Rory calls Anna "Missy," and continues the tour of snooze.