Jack is tightening a Philadelphia Flyers tie as Lemon marches angrily into Jack's office, clucking, "This better be important, I was in the middle of bidding on a bag of bras on eBay." Jack tells her Hank Hooper is on his way to meet with them. Just then, Hank turns around Jack's chair. They have no idea how he got there. Jack says he was just sitting in the chair a minute before. Hank responds jollily, "Nope, that was me. What can I say? I smell like leather." He gives Lemon a big hug and smilingly tells her that TGS is terrible and he's going to cancel it. Jack tells Hank that tonight is the show's 100th episode, and they've been getting good media buzz lately -- "we got on Wikipedia this week." Hank is unmoved.
Lemon asks, "Really? You want to cancel the only show on your network starring a 42-year-old woman? A show that is number one among men 18-49... months left in prison?" She continues, "I thought this company was a family, but I guess it's that Austrian family, and I am the girl stuck in the basement..." Just as she starts to make completely, graphically clear just how Hank is the Kabletown Fritzl, Jack cuts her off. He announces that Tracy is back and asks if, as a personal favor, Hank will let TGS have its 100th episode, then reconsider. Says Hank, "You get one more shot -- just like the army doctor said to me after my weekend in Okinawa!" He adds that he's amazed how much Jack will stick his neck out for his staff. He credits that lack of cutthroat behavior to why Jack is still at Kabletown instead of CEO of GE. Hank means it as a compliment, but it plants a seed of discontent in Jack's mind.
After Hank leaves, Jack asks if Tracy really is back. Lemon promises to get it done, Lemon-style. Cut to flashbacks of her singing "Everybody Dance Now" and ripping off her shirt at a GE Six Sigma conference, threatening to cut off Kenneth's face if he doesn't get her a sandwich, using an old man as a human shield on the plane with a gun-wielding Carol, and weaseling her way out of jury duty by dressing up as Princess Leia and claiming she's a hologram. Jack asks what's the hold-up with Tracy, and Lemon updates him on Tracy's latest crisis -- too much respect. Lemon has already put a plan in motion to get Tracy on every morning show in New York so he can alienate all his fans once again. She says she's been prepping him all week. Flash to Lemon pretending to be Regis Philbin, then being cut off by Tracy, who screams, "Jesus was black!" and pushes Lemon to the ground. Jack tells her to get it together because he has a very full plate. Lemon perks up, "Really? Is it from that pie place?" Jack tells her he's tired of going to bat for her show. She says okay, then starts to ask for clarification. Jack snaps, "There is no pie!" Credits.