LORELAI: So I heard. Why didn't you tell her I was here?
LUKE: Didn't come up.
LORELAI: You mean, she didn't out of the clear blue and for no reason ask you if I was sleeping over?
LUKE: Just didn't seem necessary.
LORELAI: Well, you have nothing to hide here. You just took in a refugee.
LUKE: I know there's nothing to hide. It's just that. . .you've kinda become a. . .
LORELAI: Become what?
LUKE: A sore point with me and Nicole.
LORELAI: What, how?
LUKE: Well, on our first date, I was a little nervous and I wasn't having any luck coming up with topics, so I was just kinda blabbing a lot. And then she ordered extra fries at dinner, so it reminded me of you and I told her a quick story about you and French fries, and that seemed fine. And then later, she ordered a third cup of coffee. . .
LORELAI: Oh, Luke!
LUKE: And I mentioned you and your coffee thing, and I noticed that Nicole kind of reacted a little, and ever since then, she's been a little sensitive to the issue.
LORELAI: Well, of course she is, Luke. You don't talk about another woman on a first date.
LUKE: Even if it's just a friend?
LORELAI: They don't exist.
LUKE: Come on.
LORELAI: Not on a first date.
LUKE: No other women exist on a first date, not even my mother?
LORELAI: Do you really think talking about your mother on a first date is wise?
LUKE: Not really.
LORELAI: You can maybe mention a sister, maybe. And then you move on really, really quickly.
LUKE: This is why I hate dating.
LORELAI: Well, unless you want to be Mountain Man all your life, you've got to abide by the rules and customs. Ooh, sorry, I have to get up super early tomorrow.
LUKE: No problem. What time?
LUKE: I get up at quarter to five every morning.
LORELAI: Why in the world would you get up that early?
LUKE: I don't know -- to run my business?
LORELAI: Well, change businesses. Ooh, wow, total déjà vu.
LORELAI: It's the alarm clock. I had a dream once that you set 18 alarm clocks to get me up, which is not a bad way to get me up.
LUKE: Where were we?
LORELAI: We were at my house. I got up, I went downstairs for coffee, and you talked to my stomach.
LUKE: Why on earth I do that?
LORELAI: Well, because I was pregnant. Twins.
LORELAI: What am I, dream tramp? Of course, yours.
LUKE: We were married?
LORELAI: Yeah. Did I not mention that?
LUKE: No. You know, you shouldn't drink coffee when you're pregnant.
LUKE: It's probably why Rory's a caffeine addict.
LORELAI: Right, you're right.
LUKE: Dream go beyond that?
LORELAI: No. You talked to my stomach and then you ki. . .well, no.
LUKE: Oh, okay. Well. . .'night.
LORELAI: Yeah, 'night.