Back at the Two Windmills, Georgette and Joseph are scratching tickets again.
Joseph tells Georgette that she's gorgeous when she blushes, and she says, "It's my dyspepsia." How romantic.
Joseph goes to the bathroom, and Amélie purposefully spills a cup of tea on Georgette, which sends her to washroom to wash off.
Georgette bumps into the Joseph, who starts making out with her, and, well, eventually the whole café begins to shake, the liquor in the bottles ripples like a T-Rex is coming, the lights flicker, and Amélie releases the steam on the espresso machine to hide the sounds of Georgette's squealing.