Speaking of Lorelai, she and Christopher are now running desperately through the streets of Paris, looking for food. They chase after one guy, trying to get a clue as to where he got his sandwich, and instead of just going in the direction whence the guy came, they wander in front of a bakery, where the owner is loading his trucks with fresh loaves for delivery. Mmmmm. Lorelai, in an attempt to communicate, gives him the international symbol for "I am wicked starvin'," including the hungry-tummy rub, complete with sound effects. They guy loves it! "Funny Americaaaans," he says to their great gastronomical disappointment. "Everybodeee Looves Raymond!" Their carb-y hopes dashed, Christopher and Lorelai watch him drive away. Christopher turns back to see Lorelai with actual tears in her starry eyes. She's obviously deluded from hunger, because this whole thing has caused her to fondly remember this one time in tenth grade when she had to make up an exam "for some reason" during lunch, and when she came out of the classroom, Chris had been there with a slice of pepperoni in his pocket. First of all, she no doubt had to make up her test because she had, like, a prenatal scan or something, and secondly, and much more ridiculous: a slice of pizza in his POCKET? Huh? I hate to bust on this scene because, truly, Lauren Graham is downright moving in it, but listen, LG, one slice of twenty-two-year-old lint pizza is not going to change my mind about Christopher, no matter how many tears you cry. "Even then," says Lorelai wistfully, "you were so sweet." Wait a second...even then, when? When he like, never wanted to be in Rory's life for years on end? Chris and Lorelai pause for a few moments staring at each other all romantical. "Head back to the hotel?" suggests Chris, and off they go to get it on.
Zach is waiting on his order at the diner and asks Lane, who is working, whether she's had a chance to check on it. "I asked Luke where it was and Luke said, 'From now on, if Zach wants to eat here, he has to stand on his head in the middle of the diner and eat out of a rusty bucket,'" she snaps. "So I said, 'Cool!'" Heeee. Zach swears that he couldn't help saying what he did to her mom; he was just so happy that she wasn't mad about the pregnancies that "cool" just came out like a happy vocal burp. "Next time," Lane snits, "cover your mouth! Jeez!" She stomps away, only to be delayed by Kirk, who stops her to feel her stomach for a kick. "You're gonna feel a kick if you don't get your hand off my stomach," she informs him. Obviously not sensing her hormonal rage, Kirk recommends that she give birth in the same hospital in which he was born, which allows newborns to stay with their mothers right after birth for as long as the mother wants: "It explains a lot about the relationship between me and my mother." Lane: "Yyyesss, it does."