As we pan down the gazebo to where Rory sits reading, the music goes from external to the tinny sounds coming from Rory's headphones. (I can't tell what Rory's reading.) A catering truck pulls up and begins unloading things over Rory's head, flinging them into the gazebo. The delivery man tells her he's setting up for tomorrow, and tells her to move. Rory asks what's happening tomorrow. Her answer comes in the form of Lindsay's family discussing the reception that will be happening tomorrow, right where Rory's standing now. Wow, they're loud. Lindsay's mom holds up a huge engagement photo of CuteDean and Lindsay. I can't tell if one of them is supposed to be Lindsay. If so, Lindsay got a new haircut over the summer, as did all of Stars Hollow. I want to know who the town's new stylist is. Rory hightails it in the other direction.
Rory walks into Lane's house, ready to give Lane a serious talking-to. She says that it's Lane's responsibility to call Rory and let her know if she's coming home on the same weekend as Dean's wedding. It might actually be Lorelai's responsibility, but fine. Actually, it's probably Rory's responsibility, if she cares so much for Dean and all. I thought she got a subscription to the Stars Hollow Gazette. Surely they ran a story on this. Lane asks if Lindsay saw Rory on the gazebo. "I don't think so," Rory says. "I do a pretty good idiot run when I need to." Lane apologizes, saying she didn't know that Rory was coming home this weekend, and that it totally slipped her mind.