In the writers' room, Toofer has done some research on Jack's "circulus et prunum" exit line and discovered that it's the motto of his Princeton secret society Twig and Plums. The society has many strange rules. For example, if he says "Twig and plums" to any member, that member will have to drop whatever he's doing and make up an excuse to leave the room. Cut to footage of a Donald Rumsfeld news conference that ends abruptly when old Rummy hears the secret words. The Pranksmen realize they can wield this powerful new information against Jack. Moments later, Frank busts in on a meeting Jack is holding and utters the key phrase. Jack excuses himself on the ruse he has a veterinary appointment, shooting Frank a hostile look as he goes.
That night Lemon confronts Floyd for not mentioning his bride-to-be. He apologizes and said he wishes he could have done it differently. She says his happiness is important, but that he doesn't have to get married where he works, nor does have to "drag [her] best friend, TV, into it." He says he sympathizes, and then the bombs start to drop. He committed to the contest because it will give his fiancée, a yogaerobics instructor (boom!) and ab model (blam!) national exposure. Lemon jumps in that she, too, had national exposure once -- in a re-enactment on America's Most Wanted -- "playing a lady... who was strangled on the toilet." Floyd continues that winning the contest would allow him and his new wife to move back to New York (kablooey!). Lemon declares a ceasefire, saying they should order. Then Floyd asks if she's seeing anyone. She can't help herself and shrills that he should get the fish.
That night, Tracy has several dreams about Kenneth. They are things of beauty that will only be compromised through words. Just watch. After a series of false endings, Jenna comes screaming in that her Kenmares are escalating. They decide to solve the problem in the only way they know how: become dream warriors and kill Kenneth in their sleep, Nightmare on Elm Street-style.