Rory gets scoped by a big tool named Jordan who was sent over by Emily because they're made for each other. He asks if she's old enough to be legal and offers her a drink, which isn't legal. She declines the drink. He asks if that's because she gets a little crazy when she drinks. "I'd like to see that," he says. Logan -- a.k.a. Tristan 3.0 -- shows up, flinging an arm around Rory, laying claim to her, calling himself her boyfriend. It's hard to put an arm around Rory; her hunched back makes most things roll right off her. Rory plays along with Logan, easing into him, not saying another word. Logan says he and Rory have been together for a year and a half. Jordan asks what he's doing there, and leaves. Logan tells Rory that she looked cornered. She thanks him for helping her. Logan says he hates these parties: "But at least the bar is stocked, and I must say, your grandmother has excellent food." Richard walks up and is happy to see Logan, because apparently the Gilmores are old friends of Logan's family. He's happy that Rory is in such capable hands. Again, if the scene feels familiar, it's because we've done all this before, and it was much better the first time around. Logan tells Rory that lesson #1 in dealing with these parties is to form a subparty. He calls for Finn and says they need a change of venue. Rory plays with her straps. "Do I know you?" Finn asks her: the only good line they've ever given this boy.
Episode Report CardPamie: B | 578 USERS: B-
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