The troubadour plays his guitar as Rory moans to Lorelai, "It's so sad." She asks Lorelai how Luke's doing. Lorelai says she can't tell, because Luke's so unflappable. The troubadour is playing an acoustic "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." By the way, that stoplight is totally gone now. Thanks for the pointless episode about it.
Luke's. Lorelai and Rory walk in to find bedlam. Everyone wants coffee and food but Luke's trying to make phone calls. Kirk needs more coffee. Luke tells him to shut up. Luke hits another customer in the head with the phone cord. Kirk tells Luke to update to a cordless. Luckily, the food is glued to the plates, or Luke would be spilling things about now. He hands the food to Lorelai and Rory. Luke says he's having a hard time serving food while he's on the phone. Lorelai says they noticed, but that they were really impressed with his re-enactment of Jerry Lewis in The Diner Guy. Rory asks where the plate of poached eggs is supposed to go. "Crank in the hat," Luke responds. The crank shouts, "Hey, I'm not a crank! You're a crank! Crank!" Rory serves him the plate and calls him a crank. Lorelai asks where the French toast goes. "Lady with the giant purse," Luke answers. Luke serves another plate. "This is not good," one of the customers says. Lorelai pulls Luke back behind the counter. She tells him to stay on the phone and tell her where to serve the plates. He says they go to the table by the window. She asks why he hasn't numbered his tables yet. He just hasn't, but she wants to talk about it for a while so that the food can get colder and the customers can get angrier. Luke finally tells her it's table five, but Lorelai doesn't know which one that is. It's the table by the window. Lorelai hands the plates to Rory and tells her to serve them to the table by the window.