Lane calls Rory. Lane is freaking out. She got in a huge fight with Dave because of MamaLane. She says that MamaLane wanted Lane to give Dave her special marriage jug, a jug that has been passed down for generations from Kim females to boy suitors when the girls are ready to get married. MamaLane told Lane about it when she was little. Rory says that this is serious, and that she had forgotten all about the marriage jug. Lane says she didn't, because she's been staring at it her whole life. She used to think it was a nice little tradition, but now that she's faced with handing it over, she doesn't want to. She and Dave got into a fight about it, because Dave freaked out when Lane told him about the jug. Lane's a little hurt that Dave was so down on the idea, even though she's not interested in getting married yet, either. They're both in school and they are so young. Rory says she's seen enough young marriages these days, giving a shout-out to all WB programming. Lane says she'll have to talk to her mother about it. Rory sees that someone has written "Die, Jerk" on the whiteboard on her dorm room door. They wrote it in comic sans, too! And without a comma! If anything, it's some kind of German: Die Jerk. Paris opens the door quickly, thinking that the person who vandalized their door might have been outside again. She says they're assembling inside. Rory gets off the phone with Lane.
"Fun stuff, huh, guys?" Rory asks. Stee tells me that this isn't a shout-out to Djb and me, but I'm not so sure. By the way, shout-out to whomever it was on the forum who said Tana dresses like one of Annie's orphan friends. That's effin' funny. Paris wants to find out who did this and strike back before they're hit again, going "total Sharon on this." She asks them to make a list of any enemies they might have. She knows that she's the most likely target, so she made up a list that she's narrowed down from twenty-six to five, just in this building. Janet confesses that there's a girl on the volleyball team who is livid at Janet for kissing her boyfriend. Tana offers that she's exceedingly dull. Tana and Janet asks if Rory's made anyone angry lately. Paris says that's about as likely as Dorothy pissing off the Tin Man. Paris says her "East Side 8-6-0 partners" are already on her five suspects. Rory asks Tana if she'd like to watch television: "Something light." We leave the scene here.