Richard and Emily are beaming at the door, announcing their arrival. Emily asks if they brought an umbrella. "And a rain cap," Rory says. "Excellent!" Emily says. Richard grabs their bags and they're off.
Lorelai is carrying a travel mug of coffee to the car. Emily tells her she can't drink it in the car. Lorelai says she knows, and that she's merely walking the mug to the car. She promises that she won't drink any coffee in the car. She opens the car door, rolls down the window, keeps the mug outside the car while she gets in, and sticks her torso out the window. "Now let's see you drink it," Emily says, amused at her daughter's antics. Lorelai kneels on the seat and sips from the mug. Emily tells Lorelai she's not allowed back into the car until the coffee is gone. The car takes off and Lorelai tries not to fall, throw up, or spill.
"Yale." Lorelai watches a student rushing past and comments that he looks really smart: "The glasses, the furrowed brow, the ticky walk." Rory says that there are smart people at Yale. Behind Lorelai and Rory, Emily and Richard walk, their proud smiles frozen on their faces. Lorelai guesses that if she took her checkbook out right now, twelve guys could help balance it for her. Richard says it'd be thirteen if she were standing in front of the right building. Rory thanks Richard for taking her to the amazing art gallery. Richard brags that Yale has one of the best British art collections in the world. He says he spent a lot of time in that gallery when he was young. "I'll say you did," Emily snarks. Apparently the art gallery was where Richard took young women in order to woo. Emily says that Richard was quite gifted in the following move: "Frown, step back, wrinkle, and sigh." Emily then demonstrates all four moves. She says that by the end of the date, you thought he was a genius, the way he went on about art and Paris. Richard thinks that Emily's stories are going to make the girls think he was some kind of Lothario. Emily says that he was. Richard says he was just a young, single man who wanted to experience life. As he walks on, Lorelai warns Rory: "Don't ever fall for that line." Rory promises she won't.