The Dragonfly staff, however, is not so enthused about Tuesday. Michel, as a matter of fact, has been hiding out every since Paris arrived. Lorelai says she can't believe how he's acting: "She has a tough exterior, but inside Paris is..." Michel interrupts: "Tokyo Rose." Lorelai defends Paris, saying that she's lonely and doesn't have a lot of friends. Sookie and Michel, however, are not buying it. They put forth their list of grievances. Sookie says she won't cook for Paris anymore because she's too demanding. "She mocked my accent," Michel puts in. "She called me 'Canadian.'" (Love it, especially since the fabulous Yanic Truesdale is indeed Canadian.) They want Lorelai to cut off the relationship with Paris, who they feel comes around entirely too much. "It's creepy," Michel says. "The next thing you know, you'll be carrying Emmanuel Lewis around on your shoulders."
A conversation about an upcoming wedding that will be held at the Inn leads Sookie excitedly to ask what date Luke and Lorelai have set for their own wedding. Lorelai says that they haven't chosen one, yet. Sookie says she figured on that, so she had Michel block out all of July for next year, since Sookie can totally see Luke and Lorelai having a summer wedding. Really? I see fall. Well, whatever. Lorelai is not amused. She tells Michel to "un-black it out." Michel gets smug with his mug and sing-songs "I told you so" to Sookie, who throws in the towel: "I am so naïve. I believed." Lorelai wants to know what they're talking about. Michel explains that he tried to convince Sookie that Lorelai would not be getting married, since a woman who cannot even commit to a purse will have no ability to commit to a partner. Aw, man. The truth hurts. However, Lorelai denies all this, saying that she is getting married; she and Luke just haven't had time to make wedding plans, yet, and by the way, she's had the same purse for over a year. Michel is unmoved. "Of course," he says, full of sarcasm "my mistake. Now, let me go cancel your wedding plans." She keeps up her defense that she and Luke just don't have time to set dates right now, but the other two aren't buying it. They don't have time to continue needling her, however, because apparently Paris is returning to the Inn. Michel is in a panic. "Maybe she left her phone," he says, "or her spell book." Lorelai berates him for being a ridiculous, saying that he has a job to do. "So do you," he says, "and I don't see you running out." Man, good point. Why does Lorelai insist on everyone else handling their business while comfortably remaining passive-aggressive herself? I like Lorelai, but that shit drives me crazy. T.J. is annoying; Paris is annoying; Rory is annoying: let someone else deal with them.