Emily's. It must be Friday. I love Lorelai's dress. She asks Emily why she's tenser than usual. Emily complains that she can't get Richard out of his office, and that he's been in there with Digger doing "computer-y" things all day. She asks when they suddenly became so dependent on computers. Richard walks out holding his iBook. He's impressed with the new wireless network that Digger set up for their house. Everybody's wireless but me, it seems. Suddenly Emily has forgotten that Lorelai and Digger knew each other as kids, even though she's the one who told Richard this very thing in the episode in which we met Digger. Richard walks around the house, testing the connection. He tells Emily that he's going to Google her. Emily is offended at Richard's language. He complains when he finds a patch where the service breaks, over in a corner by the stairs. How long before we find out that Digger has stolen all of Richard's money and the Gilmores are completely broke and they have to go and live in Lorelai's inn? I hope it's before the end of the season, because I'm getting a little bored.
Emily leaves to check on dinner. Lorelai and Digger make small talk that I don't enjoy. Apparently, Digger has been sending Lorelai flowers constantly. She says she thought it was Jason Priestley, adding that she probably shouldn't have slept with Jason Priestley until she had found out for sure who was sending her flowers. Lorelai tells Digger that she's getting horses at her inn. Like a nine-year-old, she mentions ponies for no reason. Digger suggests that they get married at the inn. Lorelai says that Emily probably isn't happy with the new wired state of the home. Digger says he can't win with Emily. Lorelai says that the more she hates him, the less she takes it out on Lorelai. Digger says that the more Emily hates him, the more Lorelai will go out with him. Lorelai says that might not be the case. Digger says he's got to make progress with Emily, so he might try to get her to invite him to dinner. Lorelai says there's no way he could get Emily to invite him to dinner. Digger asks if there would be a problem with his staying for dinner. Lorelai says there's no need to find out, because he won't be invited. Rory shows up, and asks if this is the famous Scooper. Hee! Digger says he doesn't like being called "Digger" anymore. "What is it, P. Digger now?" Lorelai asks. Rory says she'll call him "Jason."
Richard tells Digger that he hit F12, and now everything's a mess. Digger leaves to help Richard. Rory tells Lorelai that things are surreal on a whole new level now. She tells Lorelai about the ballerina. Rory has brought the review for Lorelai to read. Lorelai can't believe how harsh Rory was, including using the bra strap and hippo remarks. She says it seems meaner in print. Rory says that the ballerina couldn't fit into a standard leotard, and that it's the costumer's fault. "It's just so specific," Lorelai complains. Rory says she did what her editor told her to do. Lorelai says she did the right thing. Rory decides she was too harsh.