I'm not positive, but I think it's possible that I've been doing this recap for my entire life.
Lorelai answers the door for Luke, who has brought take-out. I'm assuming it's food he made. It's fries and pumpkin pie and a few burgers. Lorelai has already ordered a ton of Chinese food. Lorelai says she'll eat the burgers tonight and the Chinese food during the week. Luke says she should have ordered the Chinese fresh tomorrow, but Lorelai says she doesn't like fresh Chinese food. She brings him a beer. As they sit, Lorelai says that Luke's one click away from Casablanca, but first he has to get situated, squish around a little. Because Lorelai's rules for Movie Night involve not talking during the movie or getting up to go to the bathroom. I don't buy it for a second. Those girls MST3K all the way through most of the films they watch. Lorelai says there are different rules for guilty pleasure movies, though, and asks Luke if he's seen Hardbodies. He hasn't; neither have I. Lorelai then recites the synopsis for Hardbodies. "Let's see that," Luke says. Heh. Lorelai says they're going to watch Casablanca. I hope you've brought toothpicks for your eyes, Luke. All that heavy food and beer might make it a challenge. Lorelai starts the movie. Luke asks what they're looking at. Lorelai stops the film and reminds him that there's no talking during the movie, but more importantly she can't believe that Luke's never seen an FBI warning before. "It's new to me," Luke says. Lorelai calls Luke an UberMonk. Luke tells her to start the movie again. Lorelai makes me giggle with this: "Okay, just one more warning. When they showed the first motion picture over a hundred...years ago. It featured a train rushing toward the camera and people were so sure the train was going to burst off the screen and crush them that they ran away in terror. Now, Luke, the train is not going to leave the screen." Luke tells her to start the movie. She does. I fall immediately asleep.