In the foyer, Sookie can barely contain her excitement over the joining of Luke and Lorelai's mouths. She slaps him, pushes him, beats him, and hugs him, asking why Lorelai hadn't told her yet; in the same breath, she tells him how wonderful it all is. They hug. Sookie says she can't wait to tell Lorelai how wonderful it all is. Luke asks her not to say anything, as he's not sure how Lorelai feels about it all just yet. "Call me Belinda," Sookie says, "'cause my lips are sealed!" She tells Luke that this is good, and walks away. Luke thinks for a bit before telling the air, "I hope so."
CuteDean's house. There's a tray for his keys. It rests next to the gigantic wedding photo of CuteDean and Lindsay that looks like it was done at a prom sponsored by Sears. "Hey," Lindsay says, waiting up at the table like the jilted wife she is. "Hey," CuteDean says back. Lindsay smiles and says her mom brought by brownies. CuteDean goes straight to the fridge. "You worked late again," Lindsay says. We are in 1967, aren't we? Wasn't this a scene in The Wonder Years? Lindsay asks CuteDean if he has to work tomorrow. CuteDean says he works at Doose's tomorrow. Lindsay asks if he'll be home for dinner, since she was thinking of "cookin' or somethin'." CuteDean fixes himself something non-alcoholic and goes, "I guess. I'll try. I don't know." Lindsay asks CuteDean if he wants a brownie. Not with his orange juice, he doesn't. And I can't blame him. The first time I ever got sick drinking alcohol, which was coincidentally the first time I ever got drunk, I was drinking Fuzzy Navels while eating brownies. Y'all, that's the nastiest-looking puke you've ever seen. Lindsay says her mom put Gummi Bears in the brownies, like she's still three. Perhaps it's because Lindsay talks like she's still three, and is wearing jammies.