Morning at the safari. Logan's in a tux. Rory says, "Another day; another sartorial surprise." Logan tells her that the outfit she's wearing, the same thing she had on yesterday, compromises the integrity of the event. That and I think it's on inside out. Rory complains that she has nothing else to wear. Logan tells her to go back into her tent and do some more investigating. Rory does, and finds a gift-wrapped box filled with strummy-strummy-la-la.
Luke's at the Hartford Country Club dressed in his diner outfit. Richard doesn't assume that the man dressed as some kind of worker could be Luke. But eventually the two men find each other. Richard tells Luke he can't rent clubs; he must buy a set immediately. They go off to spend all of Luke's money.
Rory emerges in a very pretty gown. Ooh, it's very pretty indeed. I'll tell you a secret about it, but you'll have to wait until after we come back from winter hiatus. Someone remind me. Actually, I bet you can guess what that means. The episode is over, and Stee didn't see it, and he doesn't read my recaps so...put it in white and lose the flowered embroidery, and you've got something pretty close to my wedding gown. PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT THIS ON THE FORUMS. Just in case Stee stumbles anywhere near something Gilmore Girl-related. Is it bad luck to recap the bride before the wedding? If so, Wing, feel free to delete here. ["Hee, I don't think there's recap-related etiquette precedent, so it's cool." -- Wing Chun] Hey, here's another wedding fact, since this has turned into one of those recaps where I end up talking about myself all the time because there's nothing more to comment (and one of my bridesmaids recently decided to tell me that Stee and I are selfish and hate people, which is right up there with my mom asking if she can fly in on the day of the ceremony and leave the next day) (ooh, I think I just did a little bride-y venting on y'all), so I'll tell you some good wedding facts: Wing Chun is our officiant. That's right, we will be married in the eyes of Tubey. ["And the law. Kind of. Well, close enough. But it's true, I have been Rev. Wing Chun for the past couple of months, so if my interjections have seemed more soulful, that's probably why." -- Wing Chun] Logan compliments his own eye for dress sizes. Yeah, hard to figure out that Rory falls somewhere between two and negative two.
Someone calls to order the 108th assembly of the Life and Death Brigade. Everyone is dressed in their prom finest. They raise their glasses In Omnia Paratus. They sip champagne and then get it on, bang a gong, get it on. The kids run wild all over their field day celebration. "And to think some folks just go bowling!" Logan says. A man in a gorilla mask gets too close to Rory, who is left alone again.