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Rory catches up with Logan at Yale and asks if he wants to respond to her boring article about the boring super-secret, running-around-in-a-circle-in-your-underwear club that she figures he's in, because his grandfather was in it. It's worth mentioning that Logan doesn't deny being in the club; he just says he's yet to run around in a circle in his underwear. Rory says it would have been nice to get his cooperation the easy way, but that since he's going to make it difficult, she'll just track him to the club. Because he's going to find her so scary that he'll immediately give in and give her what she wants, right? Wrong. "I pick that way," Logan says. Rory looks embarrassed at having her bluff so thoroughly called, and Logan strolls off. God, what is it with Rory and guys who make her feel like an idiot? And why are we supposed to think that makes those guys special? How many of them have there been now, anyway? Three? Four? Million?
Lorelai brings one of Kirk's flyers into the Dragonfly's bustling kitchen, asking Sookie, "What was the first thing we agreed on when we opened the inn?" I don't know, I missed that episode. Keep Kirk away from the business? Lorelai answers her own question: "Keep Kirk away from the business." Hey, I was right! Lorelai tells Sookie about Kirk and Luke and the flyers and the Hot Dog God outfit. Sookie claims she didn't ask Kirk to dress up like a hot dog, and she wonders why he did it. "Because it's Kirk, Sookie," Lorelai explains. "The giant hot dog suit was a given the moment you talked to Kirk." That's fair. Lorelai wants to know why Kirk was called in to drum up lunch business when there's no lunch to serve, reminding Sookie that they all agreed to put lunch on hold. Sookie denies it,but Lorelai pushes it. She finally notices the huge amounts of food and staff people in the kitchen, all going toward the Herculean effort of keeping Norman Mailer supplied with iced tea, and she puts her foot down. And Sookie gets ugly. "Fine, there's no lunch," she bitches.