Lorelai and Christopher leave Miss Patty's and walk through Stars Hollow. Lorelai is amazed that she still remembers all of those steps. Christopher wishes he didn't, and wonders how much brain space he could free up if he didn't remember how to do the Viennese Waltz. Lorelai adds that she also has brain space occupied by Brady Bunch reruns and the lyrics to "Rapture." Christopher sneers into his chai latte, and Lorelai teases him for ordering a chai latte in the first place. She mentions that Luke wouldn't know what a chai anything is. Christopher says it's probably just tea with a cinnamon stick. Lorelai says she's pretty sure it's not a cinnamon stick. Christopher tosses the cup away. She asks why he'd order a chai latte in the first place. He says that everyone at work drinks them. She says that since he still hasn't told her what he does for a living, she's now going to assume he's either a yoga instructor or a chiropractor. He says a sentence that I hear as, "Blah blah tech blee dot com scale back blah blah market blee hard times." He adds that they dress as superheroes as they do it. Lorelai asks how long he plans on keeping this job. He says he'll be there at least until Tuesday. He notes that he always used to hate being at a certain place at a certain time, but now he really appreciates the stability. He likes feeling like he's done something at the end of the day, and that it only took ten years and several failed business ventures for him to realize that he doesn't want his parents' life. He adds that that's something Lorelai figured out when they were sixteen. Lorelai actually knew that at six months, she corrects him, but she couldn't vocalize it yet. Christopher says he was always jealous of her for going out and getting what she wanted. Lorelai notes that he seems to be catching up. She looks over at Rory dancing in the studio and tells Christopher that he did good. He says that he did good, but the fact that Rory can't follow a lead is Lorelai's fault. Christopher looks away so that Lorelai can stare at him and become increasingly smitten as we fade to commercial.
Episode Report CardPamie: A- | 450 USERS: C+
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