Rory and CuteDean walk away as Lorelai and Christopher meet up on the stairs just a few feet away. They start making out right there. Classy. Christopher asks if Lorelai feels sorry or bad about last night. She says she didn't, so they agree to have more sex soon. Lorelai wiggles out of Christopher's grip as Emily and Richard walk up. Lorelai is surprised that they showed up. See, here I guess the wedding hasn't started yet. Where's their present? Richard says it's a pleasant surprise to see Christopher. Emily says that the invitation was rude, but that it would have been as rude not to accept the invitation when they could have gone. "That's called rising above it," Emily says. Lorelai asks if Emily wants to come back down long enough to get a drink. Emily says she would. Richard and Christopher leave to get the champagne for the ladies. Richard's looking to see what kind of scotch they're serving. Um, when is the wedding starting? It's already open bar? I can't stop thinking about this. Christopher tells Lorelai she still has to answer his question on how soon she wants to have more sex. Emily pulls Lorelai by the arm and asks what's going on with Christopher. For some reason, Lorelai boasts and gloats that she's back together with Christopher, and this time everything's going to be just perfect and happy and wonderful. For some other reason that makes absolutely no sense, Emily is happy for Lorelai. The scene is cut off by Kirk's rendition of "Walking After Midnight," trying to pull my focus away from how senseless this entire thing is. Poor Lane has to tap on the piano with her drumsticks. Where's MamaLane? Everyone's drunk and the wedding hasn't happened yet!
Aw, man. This wedding's just unnecessary at this point. Christopher and Rory are walking through what looks like the Hundred Acre Wood. Christopher informs his daughter that he's having sex with her mother again, and this time he's really going to try not to screw it up and mess up their lives once again. Because this is a well thought-out decision, and right before the wedding is the perfect time to tell Rory. Not together, sober, but alone in a park, separately. Rory asks Christopher whether his intentions are honorable, because she and Lorelai take disappointment extremely hard. Christopher hugs her without making any kind of commitment or promise. His cell phone rings. He says it's probably work. Rory can't believe that Christopher would get work calls on a Sunday. He says he's got a lot of responsibility now. He leaves to take the call.