Rory arrives home to find Logan's dumb friends drinking and playing pool. "Okay that we're here, love?" Finn asks, showing unprecedented politeness. Logan jumps in before Rory can answer, saying that of course it's okay. "Logan," Finn responds, "I haven't called you 'love' since that sultry night in Bimini." Ha. That marks the first time I've liked Finn. Rory says that it's always fine for them to be there, and asks what they're up to. Colin explains that they're planning the ultimate Life and Death Brigade stunt. "Not only the ultimate," Finn says. "But the penultimate." Colin rolls his eyes, explaining that "penultimate" means "next-to-last." "I thought it meant super-ultimate," Finn says. The other friend whose name I forgot or never knew asks how Finn ever got into Yale. "Slept with the recruiter," Finn answers, shrugging. Well, that answers that. Rory brings them back around, asking for the details about the stunt. It's ridiculous, of course, and all about parachuting and base-jumping and rafting down disease-infested rivers, culminating in a huge party. Rory is skeptical about the safety of this whole plan, which offends Logan. "So," he says, "you came home just to piss on the fun?" Rory shoots back. "No," she says, crossing her arms, "I came home because I live here." The guys get the message and drunkenly leave.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: A- | 646 USERS: C+
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