The phone rings again. This time Luke answers it. It's Emily, who's a little confused that a man answered Lorelai's phone. Luke explains who he is, reminding Emily that they've met before. Lorelai begins frantically waving her arms, running back into the living room, and Luke tries to say that he's not supposed to be on the phone right now. Lorelai asks why he answered the phone. Emily listens as Luke says that Lorelai answered the phone for Rory. Lorelai says that Luke should have told Emily she wasn't there. Luke says there's no reason he'd be there without her. "Light maintenance!" Luke says that Lorelai needs to take the phone and talk to Emily, since she's broken all of the Movie Night rules. Lorelai says that dodging her mother's phone calls is an always rule. Man, poor Emily. Emily wants to know why Lorelai told Traci Lords not to speak with her. She called about doing another room, and Traci Lords blew her off, saying she'd made Lorelai certain promises. Lorelai says she never told Traci Lords not to work for her, but there was an agreement. Emily asks for a list of people that she's not allowed to talk to, so she doesn't accidentally call one again. She asks if she's still allowed to talk to her husband. Lorelai says she has no problems letting Traci Lords go so she can work for Emily. But Emily doesn't want to be responsible for Traci Lords losing a job, so she doesn't want her. "No, Lorelai. You keep her and I promise I'll never speak to her. Ever." She swears if she sees Traci Lords bleeding on the side of the road, she'll just drive by. Lorelai says she's firing Traci Lords, but Emily says that's up to Lorelai. "Consider it done," Lorelai says. "I'll see you Friday," Emily says. Man, Lorelai. She pouts back to Luke's side. They watch a little Casablanca. I try not to fall asleep.
Episode Report CardPamie: A- | 367 USERS: B-
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