Later, Lemon visits Jack's office to check in on him. He feels great, like a kid again. Jack gets mushy, admitting he doesn't know what he would do without her. She starts to head out. He bids her adieu: "See you tomorrow... Bijou."
And now for a few comedic bijoux...
Lemon: I don't want to hear about your job, Dennis.
Dennis: One word -- coffee. One problem -- Where do you get it?
Lemon: Anywhere, Dennis. You get it anywhere!
Dennis: Wrong! You get it in my coffee machine. Thirty-eighth and Sixth, in the basement of K-Mart. You just go downstairs, you get the key from David, and boom! You plug in the machine...
Lemon: You're done!
Daily Alerts, I'm Sure
Lemon: Have you seen this Tracy thing?
Jack: I am aware of it. I have a Google News alert for the phrase "Tracy Jordan Ridiculous Disaster."
The Bucket List, Donaghy-style
Jack: Live in a house with stairs. Beat up a Russian. Hit Mom with a car. ...Fly on a plane -- I've flown on Air Force One. Go to Disney World -- Lemon, I've held Walt Disney's frozen head in my hands. I've danced with Queen Noor. I've hunted the world's most dangerous game -- man. [Jonathan coughs.] Excuse me, manatee! I once shot a manatee. [Indicates photo.]
The Great White-Haired Way
Jenna: It's funny, I actually played Peter Pan on Broadway. Did you know there's a Broadway Street in Tampa?
Jack: Tracy, listen. You can't go into space. Your contract expressly prohibits dangerous activities like extreme sports or riding the subway on St. Patrick's Day.
Tracy: What is this? Horseville? 'Cause I am surrounded by neigh-sayers. Word play!
Lemon: That is solid.
Tracy: Look, when I was a kid in the projects, I would look up at the stars and dream of going into space -- of escaping the slums, of killing a Ewok! Now the man that kid has become can make those dreams come true! Do you know what that's like?
Jack: Oh, I do.
Tracy: Then you know why I have to do this! As Robert Browning once wrote, "Oh, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp, or what is a heaven for?" I was prepared for the possibility of this meeting!
They've Put Many a Great Career on Hold
Lemon: Jenna, stop. Yes, what you did was disgusting, but how long have we known each other?
Jenna: Fifteen years! We met at that car dealership audition in Chicago. You were trying to be an actress then, despite your neck.