30 Rock, Kenneth looks at a picture of Tracy hanging in the hallway and promises not to leave him, no matter what it takes. With that, the Kabletown execs' tour begins: "Good afternoon and welcome -- NOT! We begin our stupid tour of this once-great network outside Studio 6H. Uh oh, Ring ring! [Picks up fake phone.] Wassup? Nuthin, just givin' a dumb tour to a bunch of uggos [points at executives]. Let's meet up later and smoke some drug cigarettes."
Back at the wedding, Jack and Carol are getting along famously. Jack wonders if he can pick Carol's brain because he's developing a daytime talk show with Sully Sullenberger. "Yeah, I met that guy," Carol scoffs, "he's not that great. You know a great pilot would have done? Not hit the birds. That's what I do every day -- not hit birds. Where's my ticket to the Grammys?" Nancy returns from the bathroom, and Jack wonders what took so long. She says just the usual girl troubles -- boy drama, tampon shortages, difficulty with math, etc. Lemon announces that the wedding is starting, so Nancy offers to go get the table number and sends Jack to the bar to bring back as many drinks as he can carry. Carol tells Lemon he'll see her at the reception, then tells her to "get ready for summa this." Cue white-guy Running Man.
Lemon beams as she walks over to Jack. She says that Carol is indeed with her and says "you're welcome" for that fact that Nancy is still with Jack. "A smug 40-year-old bridesmaid. What a treat for everyone," he deadpans. Lemon wonders what made the decision for him. He told her he simply had to decide, and that was it. She thinks it's the opposite, that "you can't force your fate. You just have to let it wash over you, like a spray tan that won't take because your skin is too oily." Jack says her ideas are absurd and that the people who control the world are the ones who control their destiny, not the ones who don't do but the ones who do do. Lemon snickers that he just said "do do." He ignores her childish sense of humor and says, "The point is that I've made my choice, and I'm not looking back, period." Teehee, he just said "period."
Across the room, Nancy finds Jack's place card, except Avery is listed as his plus-one. She puts two and two together that Jack's other woman is the same Avery she was just comforting in the bathroom.