Lemon thinks Jack should call Bill Clinton to get Avery back home, but Jack says that "President InterBush is out of the question." He does have one high-profile connection, but it's fraught to say the least. He wishes he hadn't broken up with Condoleezza over text ("me + U = :("). Even with that hit against him, Jack resolves to solve his problem, which is equally as important as Lemon's bag-in-a-tree situation. They chant "Invictus" and give each other a thumbs-up.
Downstairs calls the "Smooth Move, Ferguson" recreation meeting to order. Kenneth says everything is on course, except that it's not raining. Tracy gives Kenneth his credit card to get a rain machine... by jimmying the lock at a special effects warehouse. Once they figure out how to determine what they were wearing (security footage) and get Dot Com sick again (lick the subway steps), Kenneth notes that Jenna's hair was longer then. Tracy tells her she can take time to grow it out. With access to horse semen, it'll take about three weeks.
Three weeks later, Lemon still hasn't gotten the bag out of the tree. She screams out her window at the bag, insisting it won't win. The bag actually answers back, "But Liz, I already have." It goes on to say that no human is master of his own fate and even her dream apartment won't forestall mortality. The bag says he'll be there long after Lemon's gone... "the wind rustling against my genitals -- that's right. Bags have genitals." He tells her no matter how many accent walls she paints, he'll end up watching the EMTs take her out in his cousin the body bag.
Operation: Ferguson is a go. The last piece of the puzzle is to turn on the TV to MSNBC, where there's continued footage of Avery's capture. Kim Jong-Il calls reports of Avery heading up a fake Western news station "as ridiculous as the dunk Kim Jong-Il won the NBA dunking contest with." Tracy wonders what "his boy KJ" is doing on TV. Apparently they're pals from way back when they co-starred in a movie that Kim Jong-Il also directed. It featured such lines as, "Death to the CIA! Let us increase production of millet and sunflowers!" Frank can't believe Tracy was in a propaganda film, but Tracy says, "It was either that or play a rapping doorman in a Kate Hudson movie." Everyone nods understandingly. Just then, Kenneth's alarm rings, and it's time for Operation: Ferguson to commence. They all take their places as the delivery boy comes in and trips once again. Grizz delivers his line, and there's a long, awkward silence. Finally Tracy laughs and commands everyone else to laugh along with him. Success!