The party is now kicking it. Rory finds pouty Jess and says that the band is all hyperventilating in the same rhythm, so they're ready to go on. She asks what he's looking at. Jess: "A happy family. Kind of depressing, actually." Yikes. Rory warns him not to embarrass himself by spreading too much joy around. She kisses him. She tells him to get more moody. Jess says he'll try. "Let's look around a little bit," Rory says awkwardly. Then they walk through the house. I guess this is so we see that there are people in the party, and we get a foreshadow when there's a sobbing girl and Jess jokes that it's a bit early for the waterworks. But when you say you're looking around, doesn't that mean you're looking for an empty room to make out in? I mean, I never went to parties like this because I never lived in a small town television cliché, but isn't that how they work? Jess points out the bathroom line. "Figures," Rory says. Whatever.
Rory and Jess walk over to the keg, where the boys are trying to figure out how it works. Jess explains how kegs work and then puts the tap in with his eyes closed. Rory looks more impressed than she should look. Jess -- you just enabled minors. Welcome to prison.
Rory and Jess continue their party tour. Next stop: the band. Brian's got pre-show tummy jitters. Todd Lowe tells him it's his citrus intake, and that he needs to lay off the oranges.
Next stop: CuteDean and Lindsay. Lindsay waves at Rory. Why does Rory always check out Lindsay's pelvis? Lane runs over and asks Rory to get Jung Chu out of her hair. She asks Rory to find a girl for him. The band gets up to play, telling Brian he's going to be fine. Dave tells Brian to use his inhaler. Todd Lowe reminds him that John Entwistle's hair and fingernails were still growing when they brought in his replacement. Brian worries that he'll be replaced like John Entwistle. The crowd gets restless, and people who appear to be making fun of their extras parts shout, "Come on! Rock and Roll!" and "Crank it!" Anyway, after much discussion and debate, the band decides they need someone to announce the band. They bring up Rory, the worst public speaker in television history, to announce the nameless band. It's amazing how uncool Rory is in front of other people. As the band members bark out their own choices for band name, Rory opts for mumbling into the back of her hand. The band jams out to The White Stripes' "Fell in Love With a Girl." Everyone's rockin'. Lane is doing her best Meg White impression.