Chilton. A strange talking head which looks remarkably like Paris the Evil Wench appears upon Rory's left shoulder reciting what I'm assuming is Shakespeare. Only it's really awkward and mean-sounding. There are violins, and when she finishes, she says: "You're going down." Don't worry Rory: good always triumphs over evil!
Independence Inn. Sookie has closed her kitchen and has dedicated her life to making risotto. Lorelai comes into the kitchen wondering about menus and is greeted with a spoonful of piping hot rice. Sookie keeps using the same spoon to test each dish and then shove it into Lorelai's mouth. Finally, something that honestly grosses me out. Sookie's having a risotto breakdown. She's made forty different recipes of forty different risottos and discovered that the magic risotto reigns supreme. The chef interrogates the waiter who might have served the restaurant critic. She keeps pointing and flashing around food combinations. He wants to know what Mills might have looked like: "Like he was unhappy with the risotto!" Sookie continues to grill the poor guy until he requests to be fired. In fact, she chases him out of the kitchen screaming about wigs and air conditioners -- anything that might have tipped the weight out of her favour. I understand obsession; I feel for you, Sookie.