Somewhere north of the Canadian-American border, the snow is falling heavily as Jack gasses up the ol' meth lab. Since his jig is up, Lorne wonders what Jack and Avery are smuggling in Avery's "fake" belly. Could it be unpasteurized cheese? Prescription drugs? Maple syrup from the Sacred Tree of Souls in Winnipeg? Jack assures him that Avery's pregnancy is real, even her sitcom-y contraction howls. Lorne advises them to head to a hospital and launches into a meandering tale about how his intense parents drove him to the place he is today. Somewhere between the riffs on Quebec stereotypes and the offer of meth, Jack realizes he has to give in and call the hospital. He starts to dial 9-1-1, but Lorne tells him that it's 2-7-2 in Canada. Jack tells him flatly, "I will not do that."
30 Rock. Tracy finds Kenneth and tells him that his words have had an impact. Tracy is determined to fix the world, starting with "the worst place ever." Nope, not IKEA on Saturday. Africa! Tracy says he's leaving today. Kenneth has but a split-second to digest the news before Jenna materializes from thin air and orders him to begin moving her things into Tracy's dressing room.
Plane. After Carol announces that it's going to be "about another half hour," Lemon goes rogue. She tells the passengers that Carol has gone insane. He cuts in over the intercom and tells them not to listen to her. She tells them, based on her recent viewing of Crimson Tide, that it's time for mutiny. He announces that he is invoking Sky Law to make silence the shrieking harpy. She spills that he had the option to go to a gate, and thus the rabbling starts. Carol rushes out to shift the blame, telling them Lemon caused this situation by refusing to admit she was wrong. The air marshal suggests they both admit they were wrong simultaneously. Instead, they both shout, "1-2-3, never!" The staggering lady points out that they shouldn't date because they're too similar. Lemon starts toward the back so she can pull the emergency slide, Slater her way out of there, and "become a folk hero like that guy everyone hates now." She tells him to try to stop her, so he pulls the marshal's gun and threatens, "I will waste you!" She picks up the nearest old man and tells Carol he'll "have to through this old bastard first." He slowly lowers the gun, she loosens her grip on the old timer, and they both realize what an insane situation they've gotten themselves in. She mumbles that she hopes they can still be friends.