Commercials. Now, that, my friends, is a bad day. I knew this boy in high school who was rather beautiful but incredibly daft. He used to shotgun cans of Sprite in the cafeteria. Once, he got caught for speeding and was so worried about the police finding a certain controlled substance in his car, he put it somewhere controlled substances should never, ever go. Anyway, he asked me to help him with our geography exam. So, I did. And then he slept right through the final. Had no clue, called me to make sure the exam was the next day, and then found out that he missed the test. He was devastated, and they wouldn't let him make up the exam either. It sucks when that happens.
Independence Inn. Lorelai is instructing Michel to replace some carpet perfectly. He's being very sarcastic in his French way: "Oh. zat 'perfectly.' I thought you meant zee other 'perfectly.'" As Lorelai walks away, Drella inquires about Pat Benatar, and Lorelai replies, "Great idea. Can she play the harp?" There are Sookie screams coming from the kitchen. Her quest to redeem the magic risotto continues. She found Mills's bill. Heh. He ordered the wrong wine and effectively spoiled the flavour of her risotto. Apparently, Brian, the goateed waiter, only worked one shift last week because his girlfriend kicked him out because he didn't want to have kids. The two get off-topic and start gossiping but only for a minute. Needless to say, Sookie went through all the bills, found the one where the patron ordered most of the dishes on the menu, and found out he drank the wrong wine. She and Lorelai hug. They are relieved. The Vegetable Man comes in with zucchini and Sookie dismisses them with a brush of her hand. Ah, it's so nice when things get back to normal. Michel enters the kitchen with the phone; it's a call for Lorelai. Can you guess? It's Rory's school. Correctamundo.