Jack and Elisa sweet-talk over the phone while she tends to Mr. Templeton. Jack tells her he'll be late coming over because of a special charity performance of The Lion King. Elisa gets emotional. She would love to go with him but the job won't allow it. "Why can't I have fun like an upper-middle class person?" Jack tells her she can. What follows is a romantic comedy montage of Jack and Elisa, and Mr. Templeton in his wheel chair, enjoying an evening out in Manhattan. A song called "Mr. Templeton" plays in the background. The three have a fancy dinner. They attend The Lion King, and they make out in Central Park. Jack and Elisa's lips stay pressed together as Mr. Templeton, in his wheelchair, rolls away. Jack leans over to pull him back into frame.
On set, the crew thanks Lemon for sticking up for them. They are all painfully sick from the cold, and one of them hands her a meat plate as a gesture. When she walks away she receives a text message from Cerie: "UR V8K8SH1 iz baqon." She asks Cerie to decipher it for her. It's that her vacation is back on. The flu forced some people to cancel their vacation plans. Lemon imagines herself on the beach at St. Bartleby's, her socks on, a young attractive man handing her a drink in a coconut shell, and a turtle named Oscar that walks by with a tray of food on his shell. She snaps back to reality and is confronted with a room of cold & flu zombies. She runs away while thinking "I can't get sick." Lutz staggers toward her from around an unseen corner and Lemon drops her plate of meat. She takes off in another direction, and then pulls out a mirror to make sure the coast is clear before turning another blind corner. She exhales in relief, but when she lifts her head she sees Kenneth's reflection. He chases after her to sign revision papers. Lemon runs into Hornberger. He's not sick at all. "Thank God it's you," she tells him. Then Hornberger sneezes. The lighting turns ominous. He's joined the ranks of the unvaccinated. Lemon cracks him over the head with a picture frame and runs to go see Dr. Spaceman. "Give me the shot. I want to go on vacation," she says upon entering his office. He demands to be danced for, and then obliges.