So, the hockey game. Kirk tries to do color commentary, but he ends up just saying who has the puck and who's pushing the puck ("He's skating, he's skating") and then who has the puck next. Dean skates up to Kirk's window and says quickly and politely, "Some of the guys? Not me, but some of the guys say they're gonna rip your head off if you don't shut up, okay?" Kirk pauses for a short break.
Lindsay's stuck in a cliché, with girls all around her as she wears Dean's letter jacket. All the girls are so proud of Lindsay for dating Dean that Lindsay must over-mime over-enthusiastically, pointing in Dean's direction. Lane asks Rory if she's sure she's okay, and Rory asks Lane to stop asking her that every five seconds. Lindsay clasps her hands and holds them to her heart as Rory says that Dean obviously had to get another girlfriend eventually and couldn't just sit around pining for her. Rory says she's a little upset, but that Lindsay's nice. Lane says that this is all her fault for not knowing this was happening. She says she won't study or take classes anymore so she doesn't miss such newsworthy events anymore. Kirk asks the hockey players if they wouldn't mind explaining to him what's going on.
Emily's. Lorelai tries to sneak in, drop off her things, and then leave, but Emily catches her and invites her in to meet everybody.
Gran's biddy friends are scoffing at some kind of obscene Picasso slide as they hold it to the light: "It has six breasts!" Emily introduces Lorelai. Gran introduces Lorelai to everybody and reminds Emily that they are waiting for their iced tea. Emily says it's on its way. "So is death," Gran jokes. Lorelai says she doesn't want to interrupt anything. "You are interrupting nothing but thirst, my dear," Gran says. Emily rolls her eyes. Gran asks what it's like being young. Lorelai says it's not nearly as much fun since the mandatory sunscreen rule was created. Crickets. Tough room. The iced tea shows up, but Gran declares it too warm. Emily gets up to add ice to the glass, and as she does she begins humming a little tune: "Love in the Afternoon." Gran asks Emily why she's singing. Emily pretends she doesn't know she was singing. She hands the tea back and hopes it's cold enough. Lorelai offers to set up the slide projector. Emily begins singing again, and asks Gran if she's familiar with the song "Love in the Afternoon," because it's been stuck in her head since she saw the movie the other day. "I mean, what else could it be?" she asks Gran, moving in all creepy-like. "Hmm?" Lorelai asks Emily to go get some cheese with her in the other room.