CuteDean runs up to Luke and asks if next run can win. Luke agrees.
Lorelai walks into the Independence Inn kitchen to find Sookie and Michel huddled together in hysterical fits of laughter. Lorelai is shocked and pleased. She says she's never seen them share a "pleasant moment together." "Oh, come on!" Sookie says. Michel stops laughing to say, "You have seen us share a pleasant moment." Lorelai says she's pretty sure she hasn't. "Oh, you are being absurd," Michel Frenches. Sookie laughs and says, "You have to admit, they are pretty few and far between." Michel stops laughing and says, "Through no fault of mine." Lorelai says she finds it refreshing. Sookie isn't done yet and says that he's the one that's "so...I don't know." All laughing is over now. Michel: "Oh, I think you do know, otherwise you wouldn't have started saying it." Sookie: "Just yourself. Caustic." Michel: "You mean obnoxious?" Sookie: "Your words, not mine." Michel stands up and says, "Go to hell." He walks off as Lorelai moans that she ruined this pleasant moment. Sookie tells Lorelai to tell her about what's going on at home. Lorelai talks about her broken toaster until Sookie says she wants to know what it's like to have Christopher in the house. Lorelai says it's a little weird, and that she and Rory have fewer clean towels than they usually do. Lorelai says she's been trying to figure out how she feels about all of this since he asked her to take her shirt off the other day. Sookie asks how he did that. Lorelai dismisses it and says he was really just saying hello, sorta. Sookie admires how smooth Christopher is. Lorelai says she hasn't seen him since last Christmas (she must mean two Christmases ago), and that they only hear from him maybe once a week (which seems like much more contact that previously hinted), and now suddenly he's here and Rory's excited and he's on the couch and she wonders if she should be mad and send him to a hotel, but then he smiles, and it's "Christopher." Sookie hands Lorelai a biscotti. Lorelai says that no matter what he does or how many years go by, he's still "Christopher." She asks what to do with the biscotti, and Sookie tells her to dunk it in the coffee. I'm not buying at all that Lorelai has no idea what to do with biscotti. Lorelai says that Christopher knows all of her secrets and that all of her "bad girl moments" happened with him. Sookie asks if Lorelai thinks the two of them will get together. Lorelai says a weak "no." She says that Christopher wants to be more involved with Rory. Sookie says it's about time. Lorelai agrees that it's good, and that she hopes it's true. "And if it's not?" Sookie asks. Lorelai dumps the biscotti into the coffee and says, "Then...it's...'Christopher.'"