Kenneth makes his way into Jack's office, and Boss Man Donaghy is still scratching himself something awful. Kenneth immediately diagnoses Jack with bedbugs. Just then a colleague of Jack's enters, and Kenneth spills the beans. Jack insists there's no problem and confirms his attendance at a meeting that afternoon. The bigwig eyes him nervously and says he doesn't think Jack will be needed.
Lemon's office. Dot Com enters and starts reading a series of cue cards justifying why he wants to audition for TGS. Only he's lost the second of three cards, so we don't actually get the thrilling Uta Hagen quote he was planning to use as a clincher. Alas. Lemon holds firm that she doesn't have room for anyone else to audition. Dot Com takes it well and exits when Jenna stomps in and tells him to beat it.
Jenna is desperate for Lemon to pull Jayden from the audition. Lemon fudges that they have other options, and Jenna immediately recognizes Lemon's scheme. She says she's has bad blood with Jayden for 20 year since they did play together -- it's worth nothing, a play for which she was dressed as roller skating, space age Dorothy-meets-Tin Man, Jayden was dressed as a London street urchin, and everyone else was outfitted in Middle Eastern and Jesus-like costumes. Jayden, just a youngster then, approached Jenna (looking exactly the same age as she is presently) to congratulate her on her nomination -- "for Worst Supporting Bra!" Everyone got a good laugh in Jenna's expense on that one. Lemon tells Jenna to tamp down the crazy, but it's too late. Jenna runs off, freaking out already. Outside, Lemon hears Dot Com ruefully telling his mom the audition was cancelled and to pray for something else. She caves and tells him he can audition. Without missing a beat, he shoots back, "I'll need a piano," and snaps his phone like a diva.
Upstairs, Jack walks into his office to find a massive TV screen in his office through which he can conduct the meeting with his colleagues. He feels relegated because of his bed bugs, but they insist it's for everyone else's health and safety. Then Jack's colleague makes a snotty comment, which rankles Jack. He insists he's being discriminated against. The bigwigs simply mute him and carry on the meeting as he screams angrily into the camera at them. Also, the entire scene is one big, tongue-in-cheek plug for Cisco.