In the bathroom, Nancy overhears Avery having a freak-out in one of the bathroom stalls and offers her her untouched glass of champagne. Nancy says that Avery looks familiar and pinpoints it to a commercial for Overshoppe.com from before Avery lost her Maryland accent. "That accent's idiotic," says Nancy. Avery explains that she's not normally this hyped-up on hormones, then screams at herself in the mirror to "clamp down." She takes a sip of wine before realizing she shouldn't be drinking. Nancy gets a knowing look in her eyes and asks if Avery wants to talk about it.
While Lemon looks for Wesley's shoes in his office, someone knocks on the door. The man (played by Matt Damon) walks in and introduces himself as Carol. He's disheartened to learn that Wesley is no longer employed at the insurance agency, since he rearranged his whole Saturday to make the appointment. Lemon spies his epaulettes and wonders if he's a doorman. He retorts, "Yeah, I'm a doorman -- to the sky!" He explains that he's a pilot, and that he filed a workman's comp claim because one of his passengers got drunk and rowdy during a runway delay. Even though he implemented sky law (a made-up timeout for all his passengers), the passenger was still so rowdy that he flipped her off, and she bit his finger.
In the midst of this colorful story, Lemon discovers that she and Carol have lots of common ground, such as disdain for flip-flops in church and the out-of-control "NBA tattoo situation." He's also a massive fan of TGS and will not abide any of his passengers smack-talking the show. Lemon can't believe her ears and asks if he believes in fate. He in turn can't believe that she's the head writer for his favorite show. He especially loves that Lemon writes a sketch called "Fart Doctor." Lemon embraces fate and invites him to Cerie's wedding. As it's a better alternative than eating alone at the LaGuardia Chili's, he's in.