Lorelai calls everyone down for a breakfast of "Toasty Oats" cereal. Mmm. Paris enters, wearing a dress identical to the one I saw a chimneysweep wearing when I went to 1880s London in my time machine. She tells Lorelai that Rory is on the phone. Rory walks in, denying that she was on the phone. Because she is NOT UPSET about Logan! She is ABOVE THAT, people! When asked, Paris says she didn't sleep well because Kirk deals blackjack in his sleep. Wow, they made Paris sleep on the living-room floor? Rory couldn't even be arsed to share her bed? I mean, I know Paris arrived all last-minute and everything, but damn. Sure, Rory's bed is pretty small, but she's also the width of a toothpick, so I think they could've worked it out. ["Seems to me that someone could have slept at THE INN LORELAI OWNS." -- Wing Chun] Lorelai yells at Kirk to stop watching cartoons and come to breakfast, and he wanders in. Lorelai leaves the kitchen to turn off the TV Kirk left on, giving Rory and Paris a chance to fight over whether or not Rory was trying to call Logan just now. Kirk tries to get in on the conversation, but neither girl wants to discuss these matter with him, so he goes "fine!" and starts stacking the cereal boxes into a wall away from Rory and Paris. Which is funny, but again...Kirk's got some mental maturity issues to work out. Lorelai returns to the room and tells Kirk that no cereal-box forts are allowed in the kitchen, then tells Rory and Paris that today is the grand opening of the Stars Hollow Museum! Wow, they built that in like, three minutes! Okay, it's more like two weeks, although that's still impressive, especially considering the diorama they set up (spoiler!). Everyone wants to go to the museum, and Lorelai tells them to get their jackets. This sets up a standoff between Lorelai and Kirk over whether or not Kirk will wear a jacket, which Kirk loses when Lorelai says he can't go to the museum unless he wears a jacket. Kirk sulks off to get it, but Lorelai tells him to eat his breakfast first. Then we hear the cartoons come back on in the other room, and Lorelai walks off to yell at Kirk. That was ridiculous, and not in a good way.
Lorelai, Rory, and Paris greet a large woman at the museum. For a while there, I thought they were calling her "Fatty," and that Lorelai, Paris, and Rory were really mean, but it turns out that this character is Miss Patty. Miss Patty says admission to the museum is three dollars, and includes a glass of punch. Lorelai begs off the punch, saying she'll think about having some after eating a loaf of bread and a package of Saltines, so alcoholic is Miss Patty's punch. Lorelai goes inside, leaving Rory and Paris waiting for Lane. Paris gives Rory her phone so she won't be tempted to call Doyle. Lane soon shows up, looking angry. "I don't want to talk about it," she says. "Well, we're a fun group," says Rory. Hey, it's always a party when Rory's around. Paris grabs a cup of the punch. Rory and Lane follow suit. If Miss Patty's punch is really that strong, shouldn't it be, like, more closely guarded so that underage kids such as Rory, Paris, and Lane don't drink it?