Before Lemon can catch a breath, Grizz approaches with a morose face. He hands her an envelope labeled "My Feelings" and asks her to read the contents aloud to Tracy and Dot Com. She agrees, spinning the tale of how Grizz and Dot Com have known each other since they both attended Above the Beanstalk, a summer camp for giants, then asks the others on Grizz's behalf to respect his decision to tap Dot Com as best man. She finishes reading, "'I will always be your--' oh no, no, I'm white. I can't read that word... '--friend from the neighborhood. -Grizz'" Dot Com makes a big show of how he is honored and "no one is getting hurt... no one at all." Lemon tip-toes off as the three guys stare each other down.
She makes her way into the kitchen to find Jenna. She digs to find out whether Jenna's privy to Paul's moonlighting gig. Unsurprisingly, Jenna is aware. In fact, that's how she and Paul met -- at a Jenna Maroney impersonator contest, in which Jenna was not a judge but a participant. Lemon scrunches up into what Jenna calls her "judgmental badger face" and says this is weird even for Jenna. Jenna tells her they won't be speaking until Lemon gets on board. Pete pops out from behind a wall and rubs it in Lemon's judgmental badger face that she's in trouble.
Upstairs, Argus is still awake, but Kenneth is confused. He knows all the peafowl calls by heart (and we get a taste of some), but he's never heard one say "senpai and kōhai." An astonished Jack quickly jumps to the conclusion that Geiss's soul has transplanted itself into Argus. He wonders aloud if such a thing is possible. Kenneth sagely says, "Sir, I think that there's a lot about this world that we don't understand -- like the afterlife... or how bread turns into toast."
Downstairs, Lemon acts surprised as Dot Com reiterates his Feyoncé-loving conundrum to Lemon. He asks her to sort things out. She reluctantly agrees, then receives a sneaky call from Kenneth in which everyone is codenamed "Badger." Not sure where that's going, but I'm sure we'll know soon enough.
Lemon walks out into the hall and sees Jenna. She catches up to her only to find that it's actually 'Gina. Lemon confronts shim about its motives. 'Gina insists, "I am the luckiest shman in the world" and that (s)he "would never tuck my penis again if Jenna asked." You see, while 'Gina gets the pleasure of listening to Jenna's musical voice as she rants at her cleaning lady, (s)he doesn't understand what Jenna gets out of their little romance. Lemon finally sees the light, acknowledging that 'Gina is a perfect companion for Jenna because "she finally gets to love herself." As proof, Jenna creeps up to them and excitedly asks what they're talking about. Her, of course. Lemon gives the happy couple her blessing and starts to leave the two lovebirds alone. Unfortunately, she doesn't get out in time to miss Jenna and 'Gina playing tonsil hockey, and Jenna grabbing 'Gina's boobs. Ladies and gentleman, the world's first I-sexual.