Luke/Lorelai- "I waxed the floors, grab your fluffy socks."
It used to be that every time it happened, he would spend at least five minutes ranting about safety and insurance and OSHA regulations and all of the reasons why he couldn’t let Lorelai do what she wanted.
After 13 years (give or take a year) in a relationship with her and seven months of marriage, all Luke did now was pick up the phone.
“I waxed the floors,” he told her when she answered. “Grab your fluffy socks.”
Then he waited and started the stopclock app on his phone. Because why not?
At 11 minutes and 12 seconds, Lorelai threw the front door of the diner open, eyes lit with unholy glee. She kicked off her sandals and donned a pair of insanely fluffy socks that had reindeer all over them that she picked up at the Canadian border specifically for this purpose. She clasped her hands to her chest as she stared at the empty diner, tables and chairs pushed against one wall because of the floor waxing. “It’s beautiful.”
“Let’s just get this over with so we can go home,” Luke grumbled.
“No, no, it has to be perfect!” Lorelai placed her hands on her hips. “Go back to the storeroom.”
Luke rolled his eyes, mostly because he was already standing there. “Geez, Lorelai.”
Lorelai waved him back further. “I want you to catch me!”
“I’m always gonna catch you!” Luke practically roared at her, causing Lorelai’s smile to grow even wider.
The curtain rustled, and a heavily pregnant Rory emerged from the stairs leading to the upstairs apartment. “What are you two …” Her voice trailed off as her mother launched herself across the diner, sliding across the freshly waxed floor on fluffy socks and into her stepfather’s arms. Rory was impressed. Luke didn’t even grunt as he caught an armload of flailing Lorelai.
“I did it!” Lorelai cheered. “The full diner!” Then she pulled Luke down to her so she could kiss him somewhere into next week.
Rory sighed and patted her distended stomach. “Welcome to the family, kid,” she muttered before waddling back upstairs.
Dong Wook. It was so nice working with you.I hope we can work in another drama again. I miss you.
- Mr Goblin, Gong Yoo hyung. We had beautiful days. I wasn’t lonely, thanks to you. If we could work together again. I think we can have more fun.
I really appreciate that even though Kara was in a terrible situation, she still answered the phone when Lena called the first time. She could have just as easily let the call go to voicemail (she had every right to do so) but instead she picked up the phone and told Lena that it wasn’t a good time and that she would call her back. Kara’s going through so much in this scene and she feels awful but she still answers the phone instead of ignoring Lena because she’s an extremely caring person and she doesn’t want Lena to feel brushed off. It was a subtle but important way of showing how well Kara knows Lena and I just thought it was a good moment.