Luke begs Lorelai to turn off the reggae. They eat food in his truck. Total waste of the shoes and dress, but a good burrito is worth anything. Oh, they're just duck-shaped leftovers. I must be hungry. Luke accuses Lorelai of playing the CD over and over, hoping Luke would beg for mercy. He does. Lorelai informs him that she hasn't actually been playing the same song over and over. That's reggae. And that's exactly how I feel about reggae. Luke and Lorelai notice a sound coming from Lorelai's garage. They go to investigate. Luke brandishes a weapon, and Lorelai begs him not to hurt any cute raccoons. Luke says he'll only scare them. Lorelai suggests that he play some of the reggae CD to scare them.
So it's Kirk, naked in Luke's boat, asleep under a barely-there blanket. Lorelai: "I probably should be more surprised than I am, right?" Luke wakes Kirk up, much to the displeasure of everyone else's eyeballs. Lorelai and Luke tell Kirk he's at Lorelai's, in Luke's boat. "I'm exposed," Kirk notes. He wraps himself in his Batman blanket. Kirk did just what Luke told him to do: he left his mom's house. He packed his clothes, gave his mom his key, and left. Lorelai says that this is a big deal. Kirk says that Luke told Kirk he can't have a grown-up relationship with Lulu with sleepovers if he lives with his mom. But now Kirk doesn't have anywhere to go: "I probably should have found an apartment first." Lorelai tells him he can stay in Rory's room tonight. Kirk tells Lorelai he thinks there's a raccoon in the garage. Lorelai tells him to go into the house. Luke needs a haircut. A little too much wispy on top there. Hair doesn't need whimsy. Actually, it's the same hair they give mfTL, isn't it? Lorelai can't believe Luke gave Kirk any advice at all, and that now they have to take care of him because of it: "He is now our responsibility." Lorelai cites the Colin Powell Pottery Barn rule: "You break it, you buy it." Luke groans.