When we return, Lemon is full-on Stepford as she chats with Jack on the phone. The hair is styled, and there is a tangerine sweater set. Lemon proudly notes that she'll be out of work for another six weeks, thanks to her run-in with Weinerslav. Jack's all, "Who are you and what have you done with my Lemon?" He says he's going to call HR and get her back in time for the next show. He's too busy capitalizing on Jenna's tragic demise to take care of things at the show. They swap Indigo Girls lyrics as Lemon regales Jack with the amazing life that her new friends lead. She promises to come back to the show in two to four years, depending on whether she gives up cable. Jack tells her she's living in a fantasy and that their lives are actually filled with despair. She starts to explain why he's wrong but is distracted by a spider in her yoga mat.
Out in the hall, Kenneth and Dot-Com confront Tracy on his rash decision to fire the dancer. They say the other dancers have gone on strike out of solidarity for her. Tracy realizes that right about now would usually be when Lemon cleans up his mess. Since she's gone, he opts to say something cryptic and go take a nap. At that same time, Pete asks Kenneth if the dancers have arrived. Jack interrupts to bring Pete in on his Dead Jenna scheme. He tells Pete to put together some sort of tribute for Jenna. As luck would have it, Pete says they have an obituary reel from back in the day when Jenna was dating (and cheating on) a mobster.
Meanwhile, Lemon and her Heathers-like girlfriends in color-designated athletic wear enjoy a morning smoothie and discuss the finer points of what day of the week it is.
Back at the studio, Kenneth stresses to Tracy that they need to tell Pete about the dancers' strike. Tracy tells him no need because he's found all new dancers. He opens the door to the most busted-up collection of trannies this side of AC. They show Kenneth a disinterested series of rump-shaking dance moves that they "worked on" with Tracy.
Back at Emily's, Lemon shows the girls how much her flexibility has improved thanks to yoga and massages five days a week. On a scale of 1-10, she's still at about a -3, but, you know, baby steps! Emily points out how Lemon is a transformed woman, no longer worrying about work. Lemon laughs about how Jack warned her that she would crumble under the boredom of this lifestyle. The ladies admit that, indeed, they have needed to seek out other avenues of stimulation. Lemon ventures that they're talking about Sudoku or charity work. Nope, they say, punching each other in the face. Lemon realizes she wasn't made for this life, but they still make her fight for her way out.