Speaking of people whose tone isn't exactly sunny, Roger gives Jane a call and invites her to dinner, adding that she told him during their trip that she'd always be there for him. Jane: "Stop telling me things I said that night." I wouldn't have guessed there would come a moment when Jane would speak for all of us, but here we are. She adds, "Like I know I didn't promise to remarry right away just to save you alimony." Well, I'll give Roger points for the attempt, there. She asks why he doesn't invite Joan, but Roger deftly evades the question, leading Jane to put in a request for a new apartment, as it's painful for her to be in their old one and also Roger's mother is her landlord, which is hilarious, given that she can't even keep good enough track of Roger's marriages even to know who Jane is. Roger sighs that this is going to be the most expensive dinner in history and, seriously, I hope Ginzo doesn't find out about this or he's going to be pissed. Jane brightens and tells Roger she's already found the perfect place and with a hint of levity tells him to have his counsel tell hers where and when the dinner is before giving him some grudging thanks. Jesus girl, you haven't been out of the game that long to have forgotten where you come from. An apartment? I hope at least Roger can deduct that from the settlement.
Pete's in his office when Beth turns up and seductively locks the door and just her getting by his secretary is off enough that you know this is someone's dream even before she lets her coat fall open enough that we can see sexy stockings and not much else. Pete, was this little daydream really worth further traumatizing fans of Gilmore Girls?