Lorelai walks downstairs and calls Rory. Her kitchen is now the movie theater. She sits next to Luke on the couch and watches footage of their relationship. Luke tells Lorelai he's been working for the government. It's like watching David Lynch's freshman-year film project as Luke and Lorelai sit at a table rehashing their "all in" lines yet again. This time, like how we were long ago, Lorelai shouts at herself, "Say something!" Luke's gone, and now there's a blue ribbon in his place. Did you guys know my dad was almost named "Blue"? He'd be Blue Ribon. Or Ty Andrew Ribon. Ty A. Ribon, people. Parents should have to take a test.
Lorelai wakes up. Rory is next to her, still in a coat and scarf. "You slept," she notes. I hope it was only for three seconds, because otherwise Rory's sweating like a whore in church under all that. And also, it's creepy to stare at your mom sleeping for more than a couple of minutes. Lorelai tells Rory to go back to school. Rory leaves to get supplies. Lorelai complains about the ribbons all over town, and warns Rory that everyone's going to want to know details, because if there's one thing absolutely every single person in Stars Hollow cares about, it's the daily state of one Lorelai Gilmore.
Rory's driver, Frank, takes a bag of groceries out of no-glasses Lane's hands. Inside the limo, Lane tells Rory all the supplies she bought -- cookie dough, chocolate-covered Matzo, and a new toothbrush, since Lorelai probably hasn't changed hers in a while. Rory hands Frank a ham and cheese sandwich and tells him to take them home. Lane says Taylor was inside telling a group of people about the break-up, debating whether Lorelai should have married Max when she had the chance. Rory tells Frank to wait.