The next day, Rory and Lorelai walk to Luke's, arguing about the stupid FD3. Lorelai's issues with it parallel my own: why would someone trying to escape death, after nearly dying on a plane and on the highway, then choose to go on a crazy roller coaster? And furthermore, if this is Final Destination 3, just how final were the first two destinations? I mean, I haven't seen any of those movies, but these are my questions. Rory says that she has to go and run some errands and will meet up with Lorelai, later. Passing Zach, who is battling a new song in the gazebo, she heads to...duh duh duuuuuuuuuuuuuuhnnn!...freakin' Woodbridge.
Rory finds Anna helping a customer with a t-shirt that reads "Your Boyfriend Wants Me." The anvil-shaped hole in my roof is causing a draft. Rory tries to be casual, looking at an old stewardess bag for sale, when Anna comes over to talk to her. She is very friendly, of course, and when Rory compliments her stock, she says that she tries to carry mostly one-of-a-kind stuff. "I'm really into the whole 'this is mine, you can't have it' scene," she says. "Must be only-child syndrome." Rory nods: "Ah, yes, I know it well." The thing is, as an alert reader pointed out, Anna ain't even supposed to be an only child. There's a brother, right? Who helped April with her DNA science test? Rory looks around as Anna goes back to help the original customer who has tried on an unflattering shirt. "No," she tells the girl, who thinks maybe she'll look at it in the mirror. "Trust me: at this moment, I am your best friend." Rory looks kind of worried: FakeLorelai is nice.