Doose's Market. Lane and the band are shopping. Brian is tallying up every purchase, requesting generic substitutes when possible. Greeked products always make me laugh. "Super Bran!" "Coca-Coca!" "Frosted Fakes!" MfTL refuses to use coupons, as they aren't rock-and-roll. He loads their cart with beer. Wouldn't you have thought Stars Hollow was in a dry county? Lane asks mfTL why he's stocking up on the booze. MfTL calmly explains that when you invite people over after a gig for some beer, they get pissed when there isn't any. Lane quickly translates "people" to mean "girls." MfTL says it is for girls. Lane tells him to get extra, and some for Jimmy Caan. Jackson says hello as he walks by. Lane hopes he's not there for beer, as mfTL has bought it all. Jackson says he's just here for diapers. Lane asks mfTL if any of his girlfriends are in diapers. "What is your problem?" mfTL asks. Lane grabs a container of milk, causing Brian to fret over the name brand.
Taylor is ringing up purchases. He gives a balloon to the little girl behind the counter, reminding her father that the election is on Tuesday. He greets the next shopper as Maggie, asking how her family is doing. "They're a pain in my rear," Maggie moans. Jackson stands in line behind Maggie with his diapers. Maggie and Taylor get into a discussion on tomatoes, and how they aren't fresh this time of year. Jackson offers to let Taylor try some of his hydroponic tomatoes. Taylor mentions a problem with Jackson's greenhouse, and then tries to change the subject, as he's working. He and Maggie praise the cucumbers as Jackson gets more and more agitated, wondering what Taylor means by a "problem" with his greenhouse. Taylor tries to get a price-check on cucumbers from the off-camera "Barry," who won't respond a "10-4" when Taylor requests one. Taylor tells Jackson that they'll discuss it at the town meeting, and suggests Jackson find a sitter that night so he doesn't miss it. Taylor asks if Barry was on a smoke break and threatens to smell his breath. Barry gives a sarcastic "10-4."