Logan has the keys to the cafeteria. Rory, just as I would, freaks out that they'll get in trouble for being in the cafeteria after it's closed. She asks if they can get suspended for this. Logan tells her to relax, and that, for tonight, this magical room filled with locked-up, non-cooked food is all hers. Who wants ketchup cups? Rory loves seeing the cereal station completely full. There's a hint of the old Rory -- the one who frets over getting in trouble and geeks out over a plastic container filled with Rice Chex. Rory: "I KNEW they had Cocoa Puffs!" Logan tells Rory she should go crazy and have cereal and ice cream. Rory pours herself a bowl of Cocoa Puffs and looks very happy. Logan tries to head to the ice cream, but Rory wants to find the swipe machine so she can log this meal against her account. Logan can't believe how square his ladyfriend can be: "Trust me, with all the money my family's donated to this school, they can afford to be out of a few Cocoa Puffs." Rory smiles and says, "This is fun." Logan: "You're an easy girl to please." That sentence only needed to be four words long. He kisses her and heads to the kitchen. Rory comes back to leave a few dollars on the Cocoa Puffs box. "Ace, come on!" Logan shouts.
Dragonfly. Lorelai plays manager for a few lines, telling people we don't know how to do the jobs that don't really exist. Pretty blue top. Lorelai teases Sookie for putting out cookies and cupcakes because a photographer is coming to snap shots of the inn for some travel magazine that has rated them one of the top ten inns in Connecticut. Having stayed at the Red Lion Inn in New Haven, I can honestly say the competition wasn't that stiff. Sookie can barely move from behind her pregnancy belly. This can't be the same belly they gave her last time, can it? Lorelai confesses she moved all the furniture in the rooms last night four times before she settled on the same configuration she had in the first place. Lorelai compliments the dining room and notes that Sookie has put a cake on every table. Hey, did this episode start yet? I'm just checking. Still waiting on the plot.
In the...study/book/library/sitting/waiting/Digger room. Lorelai asks where all of their books have gone. There are plenty of books in the shelves, so she must mean a specific Readers Digest kind of special leather-bound collection. Sookie suggests that the guests have been swiping them. Oh, no, Sookie. Are you stealing books to escape motherhood, too? You are crying out for help, girl. It's because Lorelai started making you wear that uniform, isn't it? I understand. Lorelai isn't happy to see that her books have been replaced with Clifford the Big Red Dog and five copies of He's Just Not That Into You. Sookie: "We've been Airplane Booked." Lorelai calls some guy named Eddie, hands him the five self-helps and one kiddie book, and tells him to get rid of them. Where's he supposed to take them? Lorelai says she'll raid Rory's books tonight to refill the shelves. Poor Rory's gonna be livid when she comes home to find her vandalized Howl has been stolen.