Stac(e)y: Juliane was funny, how she didn't eat? My sister's like that. Finn's cute! And the food looked so good. I hope Rory chooses Logan. He's so much cuter than Marty and hey, life is short! Ooh, that's a good quote for my sig file. I'm gonna go add it right now. I'm on IM with five different people right now! C_r_A_z_I_e!!! [*screams, hides head, eats Chinese food, calls a complete stranger to see if she can talk to an actual person for three seconds, goes to refrigerator, rewinds third television to restart ICGS episode for the tenth time, raises Logan ten bucks in her imaginary poker game in her kitchen, practices making out with hand, cries*]
Fiddler. The show's going on. Kirk overacts.
Stac(e)y: BORING! GET TO LUKE/LORELAI. I don't want to see a play, I wanna see Luke/Lorelai action!!! Yummy!
Lorelai fixes a costume backstage. Luke brings a chair to one of the cast members, telling him to sneak it onstage when they start dancing. Luke and Lorelai occasionally look at each other awkwardly. Carrie walks up and places her hand on Luke's ass. "I've got a hammer," he warns. "Oh, I know," Carrie says. She walks past Lorelai and gives her a "hands off" glare. Luke and Lorelai share a look. Lulu storms in and says she needs the schmatte. Lorelai hands it over. The girls go to find Carrie's hiding daughter.
Stac(e)y: Luke has a hammer! Go away, Carrie.
Chinese restaurant. Finn asks where they're going next. Rory says she can't even move. Juliet asks what it feels like to be full. Rory says it doesn't suck. The kids debate what club to hit next. They decide on a Zydeco joint. Man, just when they are the exact opposite of the kind of people I'd know, they go ahead and do something even oppositer. Rory and Marty bow out of the Cajun fest, and Finn announces everyone owes seventy-five bucks for the tab. Logan tells Rory he's got her meal covered, but it's not like Rory made a move for her purse. She doesn't even carry one around Logan. Then Rory, not too quietly, asks Marty if he has enough. Logan offers to pay for Marty, too. He mentions that this was his idea, after all, so it could be his treat. Rory, pay for Marty! Marty says he just needs an ATM. Finn/Colin calls that "quaint." Rory, give Logan the money and quit looking mortified that Marty doesn't have any money. Hey, does Juliet have to pay seventy-five bucks, too? Because these are really shitty friends. Anyway, Eric Stoltz goes to get some money while Lea Thompson sits with her shitty friends and whatever. Logan should have paid for the whole table. And if Rory cannot see the power trips these assholes play with her "super best friend" Marty, then she deserves neither boyfriends nor friends. What is wrong with her? Rory says she's going to find Marty to show him where a bank is.