Rory finds Logan's room, and is alarmed to see his battered and swollen condition. A doctor comes in (which is really unbelievable, since waiting for a doctor to show up is normally one's primary activity in a hospital), and checks Logan out, while Rory asks nervous questions about Logan's surgery and his condition. The doctor blows her off, refusing to tell her anything and leaving her standing there. Rory doesn't even touch Logan, which is weird to me, but hell, I wouldn't touch Logan, either. ["That girl has a touching problem. She's the worst kisser on TV. She can't even hug!" -- Wing Chun]
In the Stars Hollow town square, the Troubadour is back, singing a sweet song about being with someone for forty years. I've missed him.
Meanwhile, at the diner, Luke is getting on to Cesar, who continues to put bananas in the fridge, despite Luke's command to the contrary. Cesar: "It's just that, while I was running the place, that was one of my innovations: cold bananas. People seemed to really love 'em." Luke says he highly doubts that, and snaps at Cesar to get rid of them, as well as the scones he put out. Luke's being a an ass, acting like Cesar has killed someone, instead of just putting some bananas in the fridge ["Luke is being a rag, but don't put bananas in the fridge, people! It makes them turn brown faster!" -- Wing Chun], and Cesar reminds him that people also respond well to a sunny demeanor, rather than Luke's buttholism, which is running high: "Service with a smile. It's a cliché for a reason." Luke, not surprisingly, is not interested in improving his customer-service skills: "I just want you to keep my damn bananas out of the damn fridge. And I want you to keep my damn donuts in the damn donut case." Rebuffed, Cesar walks off, grumbling that customers also don't appreciate gratuitous swearing. Luke, you DO need to get your banana out of the fridge, if you know what I mean, because...damn. Shut up.