Rory picks up CuteDean, who was waiting on his stoop.
"Inspiration Point." Rory and CuteDean try to make out in the front seat of the Prius, and they're somehow on her hair, on his leg, hurting her, hurting him. They keep panting, which is weird. Rory can't figure out how to sit on CuteDean's lap. These kids need some coaching. They also need to watch like, three minutes of Grease or Back to the Future or even Titanic. Jesus, this is depressing. Anyway, they give up, because they lack normal teenage hormones. They're also still wearing all their clothes, like layers of clothes. Awful. Rory suggests they go to CuteDean's. "No. My parents are there," he says. Why not go to Miss Patty's? You guys have a hay bale with your imprint on it already, don't you? Rory suggests they go to Luke's, as now that Luke and Lorelai are dating, they're sure to get a good table (what?). CuteDean doesn't want to go to Luke's. Rory gives up, and says, "I'm out." CuteDean says she should take him home. "Oh, okay," Rory says, not even slightly put out by the request. In the background, someone is playing Ellen DeGeneres' owl impression. Rory invites CuteDean to go with her to Jackson's rally. CuteDean doesn't want to be seen in public with Rory, as it would rub their relationship in Lindsay's face. Rory says she wasn't trying to do that. CuteDean get all mad, probably due to the blue balls, so Rory takes him home. You guys, this will end up being my shortest recap ever and it's not for lack of trying. There's just nothing to report. And the last time this happened I gave you the contents of my purse, so I don't know what to do. I could talk about my upcoming wedding. Would that help?