Sookie is stirring a big bowl and tells Gay Joe she'll be with him in a minute. She prattles about the menu for a second. Joe follows her around the kitchen, picks up a knife (duck, Sookie! He's got a knife!), and then starts chopping something. Uh, way to wash your hands, e.coli. Then she jams a spoon of something in his mouth before she puts the spoon back into the pot. Joe complains that it doesn't have enough brandy and then tosses the food he just chopped into some pot that's not his in the kitchen where he doesn't work. If he doesn't stop, someone else is going to have to give a deposition soon. Sookie flirts with Joe over food. They talk about how great a time they used to have together. Joe confesses that over the past ten years, he's always missed Sookie and hated the fact that they never got together that one crazy stoner summer. Sookie freaks out and excuses herself, leaving Joe to poison all the guests.
Sookie wants Lorelai to get off the phone immediately and tell her how to run her life. Lorelai is on the phone telling someone else how to run his life, and they throw in a Ramada joke. What's with the hotel snobbery humor? Anyway, the man on the phone wants continental breakfast, and Lorelai's telling him to check the Econo Lodge. She then tells him to talk to his wife and call her back. Lorelai finally hangs up as Sookie mimes people walking, talking, and kissing. Lorelai calls Sookie "Shields and Yarnell." The closed captioning didn't even try to bother with that sentence. Sookie freaks out that Joe thinks they're going on a date. "Is he crazy?" Lorelai asks. "Busting chops is not a date." Sookie explains what just happened. "He's liked you for ten years?" Lorelai coos. "Yes," Sookie giggles. They say that this is a total Great Gatsby moment. Sookie beams at the thought of being somebody's Daisy. They agree that it's very flattering to be somebody's Daisy. Sookie asks if she brought this on, if she was flirting. Lorelai says it's impossible to flirt when you're talking about Bung. Joe just read something into it that wasn't there. Sookie asks what Jackson's going to say. Lorelai says that Jackson will be fine, since this is just a misunderstanding. Sookie asks what she's supposed to tell Joe. After ten years, this is going to be quite a letdown. Sookie decides to tell Joe she's a lesbian. Lorelai suggests she tell him she's married. Sookie: "Right! I'm married. Good. That's very good." Sookie gloats a bit more about being somebody's Daisy until Lorelai tells her to be happy later. "Right," Sookie says. "I'm going in." Lorelai answers the phone. Yep. That's this scene's closer.