Zach is clearing breakfast plates at the diner, celebrating the success of Cesar's chilequiles! while they all reflect on last night's karaoke. "Gypsy does a mean Pat Benatar, huh?" Zach says. Luke: "That was interesting." When Zach asks Luke what he thought about Lorelai's performance, the blood temporarily leaves Luke's face. "Uh..." he starts, but Zach quickly interrupts -- he's just asking what he thought of the quality of her singing. Apparently, Zach is the only townie who did not pick up on the clues. He asks if Luke is still bummed about the April boat cancellation, and Luke surprises him by saying he's feeling better. "You know, hanging around here this summer might not be so bad." Yay! Zach suddenly remembers something. "I found your hat," he says, pulling Luke's (evil) black hat from his pocket. "It was wedged in behind the dishwasher. Told you it would turn up." So, he didn't choose to wear the blue hat for her after all... or did he? I mean, I'm just asking -- how did the black hat get wedged? He takes the hat and looks it over, laughing a bit before shoving it in his back pocket.
Back at the CrapShack, Lorelai is watching a movie when her doorbell rings. It's Logan and, surprise, surprise, he's come there to see her. They chitchat about his recent trip -- that's why he's come to talk to her -- he's been offered a position with an emerging internet company. "That's exciting!" Lorelai says. Logan nods. It is exciting, he says, and he feels like the company has a bright future. Lorelai tells him that he doesn't have to convince her: "I voiced my concerns; you told me your plans; we had pie; I'm cool." Logan says that means a lot to him, but there's more. Taking this job would mean he would move to San Francisco. Lorelai says she's surprised Rory hadn't told her this. "I haven't told her yet," Logan says, all nervous. Lorelai: "And...you're here...because you want me to tell her for you?" Logan laughs and says no, he just wanted to talk to Lorelai about it first. Lorelai's still not getting it. "Look," Logan says, taking a deep breath. "I love Rory. She means the world to me, and I want her to come with me to California. But not just as my girlfriend, which is why I'm here." In fact, he says, he's there to ask Lorelai's permission -- he wants to ask Rory to marry him. Silence reigns. "Lorelai?" Logan says. "Lorelai?" But she can't answer as a thousand emotions play across her face.