At 30 Rock, a business associate named Jorgensen stops Jack at the elevator. He's in a panic over the news about the Asian markets. He's also Conan show writer Brian Stack! Jack explains to Jorgensen that he has the week off and gets on the elevator. He sees Lemon on the elevator, and then his phone rings. It's Lemon, but not really. Lemon explains about her "jag weed" cab driver and then grabs the phone to tell Aasif to stop harassing her friends. Aasif, though, has new information. He found a special picture of Lemon on the phone. It's an "adult" picture taken by Dr. Drew. Aasif demands $2,000 in cash, otherwise he will email the picture to everyone in Liz's address book.
Lemon tells the writing staff -- all busy watching Tracy's interview with Larry King -- that she is going to Queens to retrieve her phone. She's nervous about her safety, and Kenneth agrees to go with her. He's not covered by NBC insurance once he leaves the building, and so he can only offer to tag along as a friend. "Say I'm your friend," he asks of Lemon. She does with little effort. Next, a crowd of people, inside of what looks to be a check-cashing business, are watching Tracy's interview on Larry King. Larry announces that the Mumbai stock exchange is also down in early trading. "Tracy Jordan, talk us through this." Tracy says that everyone watching should take a deep breath, calm down, and start preparing their bodies for the Thunderdome. "That is the new law." A man snatches the television and runs out of the store, past a subway entrance for the X train, Zorgonia Avenue Station. It should be noted that there is no such train in New York. Lemon and Kenneth walk out of the station. They are in Queens, but still not very close to the cab depot. The neighborhood looks rough, and Kenneth warns her that they should be careful. His point is confirmed when a kid runs up to him and tags his back with graffiti. "Mr. Jordan and Mr. Larry King are right. New York is not safe anymore," says Kenneth. He refuses to risk his life for a phone, forcing Lemon to explain why it's so valuable. She tells him that there is a song on the phone -- a German lullaby that her Nana Lemon sang to her every night. Kenneth apologizes and asks her to sing it to him. She sings the German version of "99 Red Balloons." So moved, Kenneth vows not to rest until he gets his "friend" Lemon's phone back.