Stac(e)y: COFFEE! I can't believe how rude all the people were at Not!Luke's. I mean, say hello, you guys! Ha! Lorelai's so funny, with how she knows that if the woman knew her she'd totally have given her just the one, big, ol coffee. But it won't taste as good as Luke's! Nothing ever will! Go back to Luke! Go, Lorelai, or I'm gonna sleep with him and all your extra coffee! Mmm. Coffee-tasting Luke. Luke grinding beans! I just got the topic for my new FanFic. I'd post it here, but I'll get in trouble. Email me and I'll hook you up! Warning: It's got L/L nudity! Hey, is this not the best episode ever? It's only been ten minutes and I've already cried once and rewound it to watch the scene with Lorelai and Rory eating ice cream twice (I went and got some ice cream and then I wanted to eat it with Rory and Lorelai, so I rewound it, but then I wanted to eat even more ice cream because there was still the rest of the gallon left.) Love those Gilmore Girls!) @):--O (Me, in curlers, screaming because of brain freeze. Ha! (Alice_love_2_eat_@_Lukes taught me that. Shout-out, Alice_love_2_eat_@_Lukes! You're so funny!))
Lorelai rounds her Jeep around the corner and comes to a halt when she sees Luke's boat on a hitch, seemingly tied to a pole. She looks off, hurt, holding her one coffee without one of those cardboard finger-protectors, so you know how hardcore she is about drinking her morning coffee. Poor Lorelai, her ship has sailed.
Stac(e)y: That was so sad with the boat! Why was it facing the wrong way on the street? Ha, ha, I love Jess!
Yale newspaper room. Doyle is yelling at his staff. Now I know they were filming this during the storms, because not only is Doyle soaking wet, but Glenn -- who suddenly grows balls and bickers with Doyle -- is also looking moist. ("Moist" is one of my least-favorite words.) He tells Doyle to stop sounding like a nagging mother telling them to pick up their socks. Rory congratulates Glenn's newfound moxie. Paris snits at Glenn to treat their editor with more respect. "He's your boyfriend, not mine," Glenn says. Paris: "That has yet to be determined." Doyle tells everyone to turn in not just an electronic version of their stories, but a paper trail as well, since last week, when the servers went down, they nearly missed their deadline. Doyle is telling everyone what to do while Rory looks out the window at Marty standing right in front of the window, seemingly to get Rory to stare at him out the window while he mimes having a conversation with someone we can't see who doesn't exist. Rory then stands right up and walks out because she's heard Doyle have sex and that means you no longer have to take orders from that person anymore. Also, Rory should totally be fired from the paper for how she just talked to her editor-in-chief. I can't wait for Rory to have her first real job and learn something about not being the most important person in the universe. ["But for what it's worth, you are the most important person in my universe. Then again, this isn't a real job." -- Wing Chun] Clean a fucking toilet, princess. And wait until your staff meeting is over to go flirt with the guy who's not your boyfriend.