Taylor ignores Luke and asks for some strong, able-bodied volunteers for the museum project. Several people raise their hands, although a strong, able-bodied man in the front row does not. What's his problem? Give a little to your town, man. Seeing Luke among the ranks of volunteers, Taylor pissily asks him not to mock them with his fake volunteering, but Luke protests that he actually is volunteering, much to Lorelai's surprise. Taylor sheds some light on those previous attempted-murder allegations, saying that Luke threw a frying pan at Taylor for playing his Muzak too loud. "Who doesn't love Muzak?" Taylor asks, setting himself right up for Sookie's response of "music lovers." Luke says that the pan slipped out of his hand by accident. Taylor says that accident just happened to occur right after Luke said "you better duck, Taylor, because I'm going to throw this frying pan at your head." That is pretty incriminating for Luke. Lorelai's just mad that she missed Taylor's getting things thrown at him, telling Luke she hates him. Lauren Graham said that much more convincingly than she performed that earlier hug. Meanwhile, I hope Stars Hollow isn't so small that it doesn't have an anger-management group Luke can join. I mean, I don't like Muzak either, but I wouldn't try to decapitate someone with good cooking equipment over it.
Taylor moves on to other town matters, as he is apparently running this meeting even though, last I checked, Jackson was the town selectman. I guess he stepped down after all? Lorelai asks Luke why he's volunteering for the museum; Luke says that Old Man T was "like a dad" to him, and he didn't get a chance to see him before he died. Great job being like a son, there, Luke. I hope he at least bought a foam finger. Luke says he feels guilty and wants to "do right" by Old Man T by working on the museum. Lorelai totally buys this. Meanwhile, Taylor tells Kirk that if he builds an igloo to live in and the snowplow runs over it, they will not leave Kirk's corpse in the snow. Good to know.