Jack's office. Avery stops by with a bandage on her noggin thanks to a very hands-on episode of Mad Money the night before. Jack thought they'd stopped airing the show: "Cramer's been dead for six months." Guess they tapped into some of that old cryo magic they used on Don Geiss. Avery tells Jack she won't be able to attend Cerie's wedding that weekend because she's still pissed about Nancy and thus scheduled her Dodecacil-regulated annual menstrual cycle to conflict with the ceremony. She's scheduled a secluded two-week retreat in the Adirondacks for herself and her raging hormones. She urges Jack to do some thinking while she's gone.
He sees her out to the elevator. As Avery's door closes, the one beside it opens with Nancy inside. He bids them both "Aloha" since it means both "Hello" and "Goodbye." None-the-wiser Nancy marches out for an impromptu weekend of romance and shark boat tours. He tells her he has some thinking to do, but she says he can do it with her.
Downstairs, Cerie asks who Lemon's bringing to the wedding. When Lemon says she is flying solo, Cerie asks if she can seat her next to her dad's mistress's cousin. Lemon consents, then moans about her Heigl-like story arc. Jenna can't believe Lemon's going to Cerie's wedding alone and asks whether she'll also be dateless at Floyd's wedding. She says she'd rather die, so Jenna offers to set her up with her not-gay-when-he's-drunk trainer. Never fear, Lemon already has a plan. Based on Colleen's advice that she's already met all the different types of men, she plans to go back through her "gentleman rolodex" and see if she can lower her standards enough to find one of them less repugnant than before. Jenna likes this notion of "sexual time travel," as it was the premise for her starring role in the soft-core masterpiece Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land. (Not Emanuelle Does Dinosaur Land? Missed opportunity guys!) Frank likes the notion of Lemon lowering her standards. He invites her to meet him in the handicap bathroom stall in 10 seconds, then oafishly crashes into a couple of chairs on the way there. Credits.
Later that day, Lemon knocks on the door of her handsome ex Drew. He says he was just thinking about her because he "saw this gorgeous woman putting glasses on her daughter's Mrs. Potato Head." He invites her in to talk. He has oven mitts on and explains he's baking. She asks if he's seeing anyone, and he says he hasn't been seriously involved with anyone since her. As he goes into the kitchen to get her some water, she admits she was judgmental about his intelligence. She stops mid-sentence when he comes back out and reveals that he now has two hooks instead of hands. She gasps, and he says he didn't think to mention it because he's "just so comfortable with them." Cue him dropping her glass of water, smashing it with his hooks, knocking over end tables, and then tearing a gash in his last intact painting.