Lorelai and Michel are blessedly interrupted by Sookie, who is having a penis cookie emergency (PCE). I know you think I made that up, but I would never joke about a PCE. What I will joke about, however, is that Sookie's carrying these allegedly offensive cookies on a covered tray. Showing a penis-shaped cookie on camera won't get past the censors, and yet Chad Michael Murray is seen each week on One Tree Hill, a veritable PCE in human form. Apparently, the situation is quite out of control. The cookies expanded in the oven, well beyond Sookie's expectations or wildest fantasies. "Oh, dear," Lorelai exclaims, witnessing the cookie carnage. "Hello, Tommy Lee." She says she can't put those in the gift bags, so Sookie will have to figure out something else. I'd like to give y'all a link documenting Tommy Lee's penis size, or something, but...I am not even sure it would be legal for me to do so.
As Sookie runs back to the kitchen and Michel begins practicing his dance moves, Lorelai takes a call from Christopher. He has bought Rory a Sidekick, he says, and was wondering whether that was okay with Lorelai. She tells him that they're way past the point of him having to run gifts by her, and they chat about, I don't know, Gigi's miraculous recovery from littlebitchitis. "I gotta tell you, that 'no' word is pretty awesome," says Chris. "I can't wait to try out the 'you're grounded.'" Yes, Chris. Too bad no one ever tried either of those on you.
Rory arrives at the Kim's house to a great flurry of activity. Lane and Mrs. Kim are crazily removing most of the items in their home. "My Grandma's coming," Lane says, by way of explanation. "Well, geez," Rory cracks. "How big is she?" Lane says that GMamaKim has not been out of Korea for forty-five years, so they figured there was no way she would come to the wedding, but surprise, she called today and she's on her way. "So," Rory says, "that's nice, right?" But, no. It's not nice. Mrs. Kim busts in the door, calling desperately for help, and the girls run over to assist her in moving a huge statue of Buddha to a place of honor. Panting, she tells them to run to get the crucifixes out of the kitchen: "And don't forget the Christ's feet tea towel!" The girls race for the kitchen, and Rory begs Lane to fill her in on all this craziness. "Apparently," Lane says, grabbing stuff off the wall, "my Grandmother is a Buddhist." Mrs. Kim comes in, shoving more stuff into Lane's arms, telling her to hide it in her room. "Closets?" Lane asks. "Floorboards!" MamaKim yells, and takes off again.