...Luke, who has arrived, dressed up, and is looking at a crazy phallic painting that looks like nineteen vibrators dancing in a circle. [Insert your own joke, here.] "What is supposed to be?" Luke asks, and Jess suggests that he look at the title. "I did," Luke says. "It says 'Untitled.'" Jess: "Well, there you go." He gives Luke a tour, telling him about the books they print and the art they hang. "And a few of us live upstairs," he says. "That, you don't want to see. It's a disaster." Luke is impressed, and picks up a copy of Jess's book, saying that he's been trying to buy it, but couldn't find it. "It's not exactly The Da Vinci Code," Jess says. Luke says that he'll definitely get it, today. "By the way," he says, pointing across the room, "that is your cousin." Jess blandly says that his mom told him about the whole April thing. Jess is so blasé about it -- doesn't anyone get surprised anymore about secret kids? What does it take to shock people these days? Good Lord. Luke says that April's a total brainiac. "You confirm paternity?" Jess snarks, and Luke tells him not to be a wise-ass. He calls April over to introduce her, and Jess gives her a lame "hey." April sighs: "Men in this family aren't chatty." When she goes to explore a little more, Jess asks Luke how he's adjusting to this new phenomenon in his life. "Okay, I guess," Luke says, shrugging. "I like her, and she just sort of tolerates me." Which is...weird. Like he's just trying it out, this fatherhood game? "Come on," Jess says, leading him away. "I've got some sculpture over here you're really gonna hate."
Back in Stars Hollow, Lorelai continues her mission to run down her town. "Augh!" she yells. "That garbage smell!" Her parents both say they don't smell garbage, but she says that the wind shifted right after she said it. "Allowing a landfill within a mile of city limits," she says. "It's crazy!" Richard is alarmed anew, but Lorelai shrugs again, asking where they parked. He tells her over on Peach Street. "Oh," she says, "over on Carjack Lane?" Heee! She assures their anxious faces that that's better than Chop Shop Alley. Richard suggests that she talk to the Stars Hollow mayor about all of these issues. Lorelai visibly blanches. "You mean Gropey McGee?" she says, with a note of disgust. "I cannot, will not, ever put myself in that position again."