Luke sees Kirk frantically putting up posters on lampposts. Luke is apparently headed to a strip club, so he stops at an arcade first to get twenty singles. We find CuteDean playing a game, breathless. The arcade guy (I never remember his character's name) busts in to tell Luke that CuteDean has the record on almost every single game in the building. CuteDean says that Lindsay and her mom like him out of the way when they're cleaning up. He sneaks out, and they never notice. CuteDean says that married life is great. Lindsay's great. Lindsay's parents are there all the time doing stuff: "They're just the most unselfish people I know." They small talk about Lindsay's dad until CuteDean is distracted -- he sees Rory outside the window. Luke lets CuteDean off the hook when he sees what's making CuteDean stammer. CuteDean goes back to his game.
Luke enters his diner to find Rory and Lorelai, who look like they just robbed Paris Hilton. The girls are taking inventory, and say that they should return it all, but that they won't. Luke -- who just loaned the Gilmores thirty thousand dollars -- sure takes it in stride. Lorelai says that this is the world of the rich. $700 yoga bag. Lorelai gives us a shout-out, asking what the "Tubey" bag is for. "Life Savers" is the response. The girls fight over a tote bag that turns out to be the free gift with purchase. Lorelai tells Luke that this is his window into the world of worthless rich-people stuff, and how people of means will buy whatever they see regardless of others. Luke scolds Lorelai for pouring her own coffee. She apologizes as she sips.