The band arrives at MamaLane's. Sebastian Bach thinks they might be early, since he doesn't hear anything, but Lane explains that's the sound of a couple dozen Christian-Koreans partying down. Brian immediately launches into a fun fact about the décor: he did a little internet reading on the Korean New Year. Sebastian Bach says that the internet also has lots of pictures of girls with tattoos on motorcycles: "You would think it gets old? But it DOESN'T." Sebastian Bach's been reading my website, I guess. I hope he likes my "18 and Life" tattoo, next to my "I Remember You" tattoo. You're all too young to know where I put those. As Sebastian Bach hides his AC/DC ring, MamaLane answers the door. Sebastian Bach goes for an unreturned handshake. Brian greets MamaLane in Korean. "He likes the internet," Lane explains. "Who's this half-boy hiding behind you?" she asks. Lane calmly reminds MamaLane that she's met mfTL a few times. I don't know why they insist on calling him by that "Zach" name. "Happy New Year, I guess," mfTL drones.
Watch out, Lorelai! There's your ex-boyfriend Snow all over the place! Don't let him see you until you put on more makeup, lose five pounds, and totally have a great boyfriend. Lorelai runs into Jackson and Davey on the street. Jackson asks Lorelai if she'll lay off of Sookie's hours right now, because she's been staying at the inn awful late and it's taking a toll on their family and her pregnancy. Lorelai doesn't know what Jackson's talking about with the late nights, since Lorelai's sure Sookie's been leaving even before Lorelai does. Sookie would have to call it a day at around 2 PM for that to be possible. Lorelai pretends to know what Jackson's talking about, and says she'll take care of it. Jackson tells Davey it's time to get him laid (I'm not kidding; it's what he says), and they leave.