Lane walks over to mfTL and Brian, who are flipping through their possible band pictures. We don't see the pictures, but we know that Brian was trying a few arty poses, bending over and looking between his legs. Lane hates all of the pictures, because she thinks she looks like the Korean Buddy Holly. (Jane's Addiction: Jane's Addiction.) All the extras in the back are concentrating so hard on drinking from their huge coffee mugs. (Jane's Addiction: Nothing's Shocking. (Had a little disk space problem that sidetracked me. I'll never finish this recap.)) When Brian tells Lane he thinks Buddy Holly is attractive, mfTL advises, "Dude, don't say every thought out loud." MfTL reminds Lane that they aren't Maroon 5 or the Gee Whiz Slicky Boys (not a real band, as far as I can tell). (Jesus and Mary Chain: Honey's Dead.) Someone orders more coffee from Lane, and the scene ends.
Emily and Richard appear to be smart with their money, but here we find out that Emily has been leasing her car. Sitting across from their large dining-room table, Emily informs Richard that the lease on her Mercedes is up next month. Richard asks if she wants to buy it. Emily says she's just gotten the seats the way she likes them, so Richard tells her he'll make the arrangements tomorrow. Must be nice. They schedule a water heater technician appointment together. When Emily tells him it conflicts with her hair appointment, Richard wants to know why she's getting her hair done when it looks so perfect. Emily gives him a flirty hand-toss. Richard says he'll get his valet to supervise the water heater appointment. They continue this weird dance over their day planners as they coolly flirt and chat. When they both realize they have their own reasons to be at an upcoming charity event, they decide to go, but not necessarily together.
That weird bar/coffee shop at Yale. Oh, Rory. She's brought, like, seven million pieces of multi-colored paper, which she's stacked all over this bar table to spell out the word DESPERATE. And then Logan walks over and calls her "Ace," prompting Rory to practically spit-take her coffee like she's trying to win a Golden Globe for Best "Okay-I-Guess- We-Have-To-Call-Her- An-Actress-Now- Technically-But- What-The-Fuck- SERIOUSLY." Rory does her bad lying: "OH, LOGAN! I DIDN'T SEE YOU THERE AND I DON'T LIKE YOU LIKE THAT SO DON'T YOU TRY TO KISS ME BECAUSE I ONLY PUT OUT ON THE SEVENTY-FIFTH DATE. I WON'T EVEN HOLD YOUR HAND UNTIL YOU STEAL SOMETHING FROM ME OR MAKE ME A CAR." (Chemical Brothers: Come With Us.) Logan tells Rory that he's "impressed and partially terrified" at her stalker notes. Rory explains the different sections of her notes. Logan wonders why she's going through so much trouble just for him. Rory stammers that she was just trying to help Doyle out. (Cat Power: You Are Free.) Logan apologizes for his father's bullying. Rory says he's an interesting man, from what she's read. Logan says she might meet him someday. Rory goes, "I BROUGHT YOU NOTES BECAUSE I DON'T THINK YOU'RE CUTE NOR DO I WANT TO MEET YOUR DAD OR SLEEP WITH YOU AND YOUR DAD AT THE SAME TIME."