Outside the bookstore, Lane runs into MamaLane, who is passing out pamphlets. Lane shouts, "You're in my head! Are you happy? You are in my head!" MamaLane is confused, but secretly satisfied that her daughter is still living by her teachings. Must be all the soy. Good for the brainwashing.
Rory's job is sweet, dude. She just stands around and reads books? Sign me up. Rory calls Logan to tell him that they were both wrong: Hemingway's manuscript was stolen in a suitcase. Rory says they're both dumb. Logan agrees. His outdoor trip has turned weird, now that Finn's going through a naked thing. Logan says that the cabin suddenly seemed small and got boring, so he cut his skiing trip short and went back to Yale. He says he has the whole place to himself, with the rest of the student body gone for break. He says it's really nice, all the privacy, and that it's too bad Rory's not there, because she'd probably like it. In the background, there's this girl all like, "I didn't have anywhere to go either, cute boy." Logan suggests that Rory cut her Spring Break short so she could spend some time with him alone at Yale. Count the seconds before Rory quits her job and leaves skid marks out of Lorelai's laundry room. I'm not blaming her; it's what you're supposed to do when you've got a new boyfriend and it's Spring Break and you're in that first month of new sex. I just think it's funny that she bothered trying to have a job at all. Silly Rory; you know you're gonna let your boyfriend pay for everything. That's why you dumped Dean's broke ass, isn't it?
Lorelai tells Rory for the fiftieth time that she doesn't mind Rory high-tailing it back to Yale. She's on the couch with her takeout and spinster movies, and she doesn't really want to talk about how Rory's driving to get some sex. Rory says they can do it next weekend. Lorelai says she'll be busy knitting toilet-paper cozies from her spinster catalog until 3, but then she's free. Rory says she'll see her at Weston's next Friday night. Rory asks if Lorelai's sure she's not mad. Lorelai says Rory will never truly know until she reads the memoir. Ha. Lorelai gives Rory a couple of rolls of quarters so she always has free underwear. She then covers the books Rory bought at the bookstore with her fake job. Rory protests for about three seconds. "You're my only daughter." Lorelai says. "That I know of." I love that joke; I use it all the time. I mean, with the daughters I don't have. That I know of. See? Rory thanks her mom. Lorelai tries to talk about Logan, but Rory's evasive and coy about it, running out of there to go have sex. Lorelai curls up with the Judy A Star Is Born.