RORY: It’s me. I just wanted to let you know that this is the last weekend I spend sitting around like an idiot hoping you’ll call, okay? I’m not going to be that girl. From now on, I want a plan. I mean, a real plan with a time and a place, and I’m tired of hearing ‘Let’s hook up later.’ What does that mean anyway? What’s later? How do I set my watch to later? Later doesn’t cut it anymore, got it? And, yeah, you know, maybe I am spoiled. But guess what? I like being spoiled. I plan to go on being spoiled. And if that doesn’t sound like something that you can or want to do, then fine. I’m sure you’ll find another girl who doesn’t mind sitting around cleaning her keyboard on a Friday night hoping you’ll call, but it’s not going to be me. Oh, yeah, this is a message for Jess.
Having seen Dean with a new girlfriend, one who he is just about to take out on a date after the hockey game, Rory seriously loses it with Jess and leaves him a long ranting message. Finally, she is being honest with him! (Albeit by phone message).
Unfortunately, when Jess turns up with concert tickets, Rory asks him to please erase his phone messages without listening to them. (Er, hey, some of those messages could’ve been for Luke, or something really important …). In other words, she caved in as soon as he made that grand gesture, the one Lorelai warned her not to instantly cave in to the moment Jess made it.
And Rory made the call on a pay phone, even though she’s been seen using a cell phone in this season. Does Rory have a cell phone or not?