Apparently, despite their earlier fight, Lorelai and Rory have made up to the point where they are back making the movie rounds, watching Final Destination 3 yet again. Lorelai is overly incredulous about the stupidity of this film, wondering how it ever made any money whatsoever. They are interrupted, to Rory's relief, by Cesar, who says that Luke has gone upstairs to get on the phone to yell at a vendor. Speaking of phones, Rory's rings yet again. She ignores it, asking what Lorelai wants to do after dinner. Lorelai smiles: "Do you want to rent Final Destination 1 and 2?" Rory sighs as Lorelai compliments Cesar on his fancy new bag, on the counter. He says that it's Luke's, and that it just arrived today. "So," Lorelai smirks, "I finally wore him down, huh?" Rory looks pained. She says that Lorelai might not want to know, but that Rory noticed that bag today in Anna's store, which stocks one-of-a-kind stuff. Lorelai tries to laugh it off, but excuses herself to go up and see Luke. She hangs out for a second, waiting on him to tell her about the bag, first, but he doesn't. "I see papa's got a brand new bag," she jokes, and it finally dawns on him what she's talking about. He brushes it off, saying that Anna sent it over without his asking. Lorelai tries to act like it's great, and that it doesn't bother her, but obviously -- to everyone on the planet besides Luke -- it does. She goes back downstairs, repeating the whole story, including the "I'm fiiiiine" angle to Rory, but...she ain't fine.
Later, Rory arrives back at the apartment to find a very worried Logan. Apparently, she split for Stars Hollow without telling him where she was going, and answered none of his many calls to her cell phone. Allegedly, he was concerned. She blows it off, saying that her cell died and that the trip lasted longer than she expected, blah blah blah, now she's back and is going to take a shower. "Wait," Logan says, trying to stop her mad rush. "Is everything okay?" Sure, she assures him, just like her mom. "Everything's fine."