Lemon pulls them into Tracy's dressing room to harangue Jenna for pulling Tracy into her scheme. Jenna insists that Jayden is bad news, but Lemon says she called all of his references: a commercial with Martin Scorsese, a play with Christopher Walken... "he's even studying the Meisner Technique with Sir Gilbert Gottfried." They all said they loved Jayden. Lemon says the Hornberger System will prevail. Jenna retorts, "Think again, Liz. The Hornberger System will devail! Is that the opposite of prevail?" Lemon gives up on yet another pointless conversation and leaves to oversee the auditions. Jenna decides to pull out her secret weapon. She plans to mess with Jayden's head by walking up to him and saying it's nice to meet him. Apparently, that freaks people out. She and Tracy bump fists.
Outside, Jack catches Lemon trying to kick out some of the hopefuls. Having become one with Joe the Plumber, Jack criticizes her for being dispassionate and robotic -- the exact qualities he instructed her to emulate that morning. Jack says the bedbugs have taken the blinders off of his eyes and declares that everyone should have a chance.
Audition montage: Frank curses. A lot. Central Park girl eats a donut and shakes her sizeable booty. A dour-looking older custodian says his first character will be "an old janitor who's finally had enough and stabs everybody." Josh the writer crawls back after failing on the big screen and being forced to do guy-guy stuff in a "web short." Toofer and Lutz introduce their comedic troupe: Laugh of the Mohicans. Brian Williams expounds on what happens in the refrigerator when the light goes off, adding a desultory "fuhgeddaboudit."
Meanwhile, Jenna goes into Jayden's prep room and is beat to the punch when Jayden says it's nice to her. She blows up that she was supposed to be the one who didn't remember her. The plan works for Tracy, though, who tells Dot Com it's nice to meet him and wreaks havoc on him emotionally. Outside, a frenzied Pete grabs the first performer he sees on the street to even out the numbers since Toofer and Lutz auditioned as a pair. That performer is a silver-painted robot man.