Downstairs, Lemon gets a call from her cousin Randy, who's come to visit the city since she outed him and put him on the outs with his parents. She tells him to get a cab and head straight to her apartment. He wants to catch a ride with the nice man who asked him for help moving a couch into a van (serial killer), then marvels at the "Amish" (Hasidic Jews) as Lemon's tone grows increasingly frantic.
Upstairs, Jack will choose either Kenneth or Jonathan to accompany him to Massachusetts to break into Nancy's house and erase his drunk message. He tells them they must prove themselves to be scrappy and lithe by shimmying their bodies through a wire hanger. Kenneth wins it by a mile, leaving Jonathan painfully trapped by his ears in the hanger.
Downstairs, Tracy announces that Angie is indeed pregnant. What's more, he's quite sure that it's a girl, and now they're just deciding on a name -- a Beckham-esque tribute to where Baby Jordan was conceived. Except the Jordans are a little more specific, and the names isn't quite as exotic as Brooklyn (see below).
Tracy heads off, and Jenna spins into the corridor à la Mary Tyler Moore. She is giddily in love with James Franco and brags to Lemon how they were surrounded at lunch by the paparazzi, who've taken to calling them "James" (a combination of Jenna and James). Lemon reminds her that this is all an act and advises her not to get too invested in it. Jenna insists this showmance is everything she ever wanted.
That night, up in Massachusetts, we find Kenneth slipping through the doggy door pantsless (that happens sometimes when he unhinges his pelvis). He lets Jack in, and they get down to business. They encounter a small hurdle when they find that Nancy's voicemail is password-protected. Kenneth lights up at the possibility of cracking the PIN, just like in The Da Vinci Code. He gets so excited, in fact, that he shrieks and points at what he thinks is an albino monk. Nope, just a mirror. Jack sets Kenneth to finding clues to Nancy's password on her computer, but Kenneth spends most of time accidentally taking webcam pictures of himself and setting them as the desktop image. While he bungles the task, Jack finds signs that Nancy and her husband have hit a rough patch in their marriage.
Back in New York, Randy finally gets to Lemon's apartment. He's already met a bunch of nice young men who invited him to a cozy little bar called Homebutt. Lemon warns Randy about the dangers of New York City. He says he had it hard enough growing up in a town that edited everyone but Karen out of Will & Grace. He just wants to be himself and have fun while he's in the big city. Lemon suggests that his idea of having fun should match up with hers -- staying in, making nachos, and seeing who can fall asleep the earliest.