Down in the utilities room, Tom is one turn away from fixing the gas leak when he loses control of the wrench and opens up the leak to the 52nd floor. He screams, "Damn it! I'm getting to old for this shhhhhhh sound that comes from the gas pipe."
The gas makes its way up to Jack. Suddenly, he envisions the door breaking down and an even more handsome version of himself coming into the room. It's GE CEO Jack, who has come from an alternate universe in which he followed their plan for world domination. In addition to running GE, he owns an NFL team and guest starred on Entourage. Jack criticizes CEO Jack's choice to pair a striped shirt and striped tie. CEO Jack explains it's called "power clashing," and he wore this very look on the January cover of Meetings magazine. Jack says incredulously, "We made the cover during Meetings History Month?" "I made the cover," snits CEO Jack.
He pours himself a scotch and asks what's happened to Jack. He didn't follow his own plan and is now working for "Kableklown." Jack corrects him, saying it's not funny. "It was when I said it on my syndicated radio show," snarks CEO Jack. CEO Jack says Jack used to be a shark. Jack insists he still is, then proffers his hands like claws. "Sharks don't have claws!" yells CEO Jack. "You don't even know what a shark is anymore." Jack claps his hand to his mouth in horror. CEO Jack traces it all back to Lemon, who has become Jack's focus at the expense of his ambition. He resurrects Jack's dilemma from the first episode. To fire or not to fire Lemon? Tom knocks on the door to tell Jack about the gas leak. Jack agrees to evacuate, with CEO Jack taking a deep breath in as he screams out, "The real Jack Donaghy could handle a little gas leak!"
Over on the Brooklyn Promenade, Tracy also repeats some behavior from the first episode -- taking to the public in his underwear and yelling, "I am a Jedi!" Of course some damn hipster approaches and philosophizes that Tracy is ironically reappropriating himself. Tracy has failed again. Just then, a guy flies off of his bike into the river. Tracy is forced to save him, and his heroic act is marked on that night's newscast.