Lemon encounters the man she believes to be her future husband (dreamy Michael Sheen) at the dentist's office. She lures him back from an afternoon rendezvous by sporting a Jamaican accent that goes rogue -- or perhaps I should say "brogue" since it's Irish. Despite best intentions, the subsequent coffee date is a disaster. Meanwhile, Kenneth loses his wallet and shoots to a fate which can only be described as inevitable -- he must spend the night at 30 Rock (keys were in his wallet). He also falls into donkey spells because he can't refill a prescription. In a serendipitous masterstroke, Lemon's future husband returns Kenneth's wallet, so they decide to give it another go.
Elsewhere, Tracy remembers Operation: EGOT and thus puts on a one-night-only Broadway event. He gets rave reviews, but Jenna informs him the show must run at least eight nights to be eligible for a Tony. Tracy is more of a spontaneous performer and fears he'll never be able to pull off the same show eight times in a row, so he enlists Jenna to school him in the rigors of theatrical life. It's a clash of the titanic egos that results in Tracy reading the phone book on stage -- to great acclaim, naturally.
And Jack gets a tip-off from his reporter lady friend Avery that Pennsylvania media company Kabletown is planning a corporate takeover of NBC. Jack's dreams of one day stepping into Don Geiss's formidable wingtips are dashed. Just as he starts bidding farewell to the company, Avery runs the story with a little personal bias, claiming her sources are saying he's the man to take over. The phone begins ringing, and Jackie is back in the game.
UWS. Lemon, wearing the same pajamas she loaned to James Franco, sees a "DVD Error" message on her TV screen and pops open the tray to find a waffle in there. She calls Jack to see if he knows anything about it, since he watched over her post-oral surgery. Turns out Lemon was bombed on pains meds, and the waffle was just the tip of the iceberg (see below).
They hang up, and Avery comes into Jack's apartment from her morning jog. She mentions there's a rumor circulating that a company from Philadelphia is angling to buy out NBC, but Jack remains incredulous. Believe it, Jackie Boy. He assures Avery that he's spoken with Don Geiss, and the deal is dead. Avery says she doesn't think Geiss is exactly leading the charge toward the future, prompting Jack to reference his book Geiss Cubes -- so named because it's full of "cubes of knowledge" about the inferiority of women's brains and the superiority of the "negroid musculature." Yep, spearheaded the voyage to tomorrow did that Don Geiss.
30 Rock. Lemon asks where Frank is, because he needs to write some Olympics sketch about (insert purposefully obvious dubbed-after-filming sound over Lemon literally clapping her mouth open and shut) "Lindsey Vonn!" who won the "gold medal for skiing!" Kenneth says Frank overslept and told him to make up an excuse. This being Kenneth, the excuse is the plot of "Jack and the Beanstalk." Lemon cuts him off and begins to call Frank but is distracted when she sees a phone contact labeled "Future Husband." With the help of Jenna, who is used to getting drunk and blacking out, Lemon ascertains that she must have added it when she was doped up from the dentist. She explains to the gang that she did a bunch of stuff she can't remember after her surgery. Kenneth thinks it's super-romantic -- "just like that movie I only saw the first 10 minutes of... Fatal Attraction!" Jenna encourages Lemon to call the mystery man, but Lemon worries that he could be some sort of serial killer, or worse. He could wear a thumb ring! Kenneth tells her his motto: "Everything always works out for the best." To prove his point, he tosses his wallet out the window, knowing it will come back to him. Credits.
Studio. Tracy and Jenna are filming a promo for TGS, which he ruins by coughing through. He thinks they've got it, though, and refuses to do another take on the grounds that he is too big for that stuff now that he is a future Tony award winner. His confidence is at an all-time high because it's Tony eligibility season, and he's booked a venue to put on a one-man show that night. Lemon asks with a cringe if he's prepared anything, and he tells her he's not a nerd and is going to keep it loose.