Auditions: Dot Com seems to be under the mistaken impression that he's on Def Poetry Jam but crashes and burns anyway on account of Tracy's psychological warfare. Cathy Geist sings "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Mis, Susan Boyle-style. Jack moons. Lemon holds back tears. The robot guy does robot-y things. And then Jayden comes on stage. His first piece is a dinner party with three very special guests. If you're guessing, those guests are Martin Scorsese, Christopher Walken, and Gilbert Gottfried. He doles out three pitch-perfect impressions (by which I mean their voices are literally imposed over his moving lips), and Lemon realizes she's been had. Jack cracks up.
Later, Lemon storms in Jayden's dressing room and tells him in her worst Walken impression to "Giiiive... it up. I figured ouuuut... ya game." She moans that she fought for him, and now she's going to have to start all over again. He informs her that she's going to have to hire him under any circumstances. He's hatched a diabolical plan to make it look like she compelled him to let her take pictures of his genitals in order to get the job. And since she took that picture of him earlier, her prints are all over his camera. Lemon says Jenna was right. Jayden is crazy. He asks, "Would a crazy person laugh like this?" before letting out a Jack-Nicholson-as-Joker cackle that can only be described as "maniacal." Honestly, though, compared to Jenna and Tracy, he's probably still the most sensible person on the cast.
Elsewhere, Jack waits for the freight elevator. The robot performer approaches. Jack mournfully points him toward the regular elevator, saying, "You're the one who's human here." The robot looks down with a doleful whir.
Down the hall, Lemon admits she was wrong to Jenna and Tracy. She apologizes for not believing Jenna, but explains she only did it because Jenna is never right. Jenna, too, is proud of her first time. They hug.
Lemon heads off to tell Jack they have to hold another audition. But it's too late. Jack says that the auditions were horrifying, but that there was one true stand-out. Assuming the Hornberger System worked, Lemon tries to warn Jack that Jayden is crazy. Jack says crazy is par for the course in this business -- just look at Tracy and Jenna. He tells Lemon it's her job to manage the crazy and tease out the talent. Lemon insists she wants to start over, but Jack has made his decision. They're hiring the robot. It may seem out of left field, but in fact it's because the robot was the only auditioner who stooped to shake Jack's bedbug-infested hand. Lemon is confused, but relieved.