Diner. Jess fills the coffee cup of a woman I think just might be blind. Either that, or she's blinded by Jess's pecs, because that's what she stares at as she asks Jess where the young lady who speaks diner talk is today. She says it sounds fun. "Could you point her out for us?" "No," Jess says, and walks off. So rude! Everyone gets a spanking and a week's worth of being grounded. She must be blind, because there's nobody else at her table and she said "we." Jess drops the coffee pot down and says he'll be upstairs. Rory thanks him for doing the very least possible he could do. When does somebody have either school or a job around here? Isn't it Thursday?
Luke storms in. Lorelai says she was worried. He thanks her for covering again, and promises it'll be the last time. Lorelai asks what he was doing. He says he was walking around Hartford trying to calm down. He calls it a "cess pool." Lorelai says he's not a city man. He says he calmed down after a while and realized dumping Louie's body in a big hole might not be a nice thing to do. So, he called a Big and Tall casket company and ordered a bigger casket that would hold Louie and all of his things. The lid shut and now everything's fine. He says he still doesn't know why he's doing all of this. Lorelai reminds him that he's doing it for his father. Even though Luke's dad isn't around anymore, he's watching the Luke Channel somewhere and approving of how Luke's respecting his wishes. Luke says he's going to change quickly so that Lorelai can retire from her diner career forever. Lorelai says she's having fun and came up with new diner phrases. She made up a meal of foie gras, chicken, and shamrock frosting. Luke asks why anyone would order that. Lorelai says people who are high would love it.