Lemon enters, so Pete diverts his attention to beg her to get Toofer back. Tracy says she wouldn't because of her Aryan fear and hatred of "the black man," as witnessed in the Blade movies. Lemon says she didn't want Toofer to leave but respects his decision. She steps up on her own soapbox about being a woman in the business and receiving no special treatment. This speech is met with many groans.
That night, Jack and Avery meet for his birthday dinner. She says she knows why he was anxious to step out on the red carpet with her -- his age. He plays along with her theory, asking her if they're kidding themselves with their 15-year age gap. He asks if she even knows who Lee Marvin is. And that'd be a big no. She does appear to know a little about Marv Albert, though. Jack talks himself through the things he'd miss, like having a family, by dating someone his own age. Avery cuts him off, saying they've only been dating a month. She distracts him by handing him his present -- the very pair of cuff links Reagan was buried in. She tells Jack someday he'll be as great a man as Reagan was. He intones, "I do like jelly beans."
Elsewhere, Lemon and Nancy have sequestered themselves at a table at Lemon's wine- and cheese-tasting singles event. Nancy proves a better wingman than Jenna as she pulls a guy aside with a comment about Avatar, thus paving the way for a conversation... at least for a normal person. Then there's Lemon, who screws it up post-haste. Nancy asks why Lemon is self-sabotaging. She asks who among all these single men might pique Lemon's interest. Instead of picking one, Lemon catalogs all of the possible problems with the men in her vicinity. Nancy eventually tells her to snap out of it, and to focus not on the negative but on what she does want. "Go get it!" she tells her. Across the room, we learn that Jenna has gate-crashed this event, too. She tries to wow the guy from line dancing with her ability to stuff cheese in her mouth. He remains unimpressed.
The next day, Lemon returns to dodgeball. There she finds the guy whose face she smashed in earlier. He instinctively cowers before her, but she promises she doesn't want to hurt him. Instead, she tells him -- all while being pelted with balls -- that she wants a guy "who will be monogamous and nice to his mother. And I want someone who likes musicals but knows to just shut his mouth when I'm watching Lost. And I want someone who thinks being really into cars is lame and strip clubs are gross. I want someone who will actually empty out the dishwasher instead of just taking out forks as needed... like I do. I want someone with clean hands and feet and beefy forearms like a damn Disney prince!" She concludes, "And I want him to genuinely like me, even when I'm old." She stands there, waiting for approval from this man she just poured out her heart to. His response? "You make-a much English. This is fun alcoholic's meeting!" With that, she gives an awkward smile, picks up the ball, and flings it at him. You're out! You, too, Liz Lemon!