Jack's office. Jack asks Tracy and Dot Com to create an African-American-themed sitcom under the guise of their production company, Dot Com Productions. They leave, and Jack updates Lemon on Regina Bookman's crusade. He takes it as a personal affront. He appreciates diversity because it has fueled this great nation: "The Chinese built the railroads. The Irish built and then filled the jails." Jack says he firmly believes that diversity is the wellspring of innovation -- he just didn't get a chance to say that to Rep. Bookman because he was "too busy trying to think of the name of the black kid on Community" (Donald Glover, FYI.) Jack dismisses the possibility that his words would have broken through. He thinks the entire hearing was political theater, and shudders at Rep. Bookman's grandstanding. Cut to a shot of her rhapsodizing like Al Sharpton: "The future! And America! Now I may have lost my train of thought several minutes ago! But if I continue to talk! Like! This! No one will notice, and when I stop! You will applaud my energy! Thank you." Wild applause.
Jack asks Lemon for a briefing on TGS's diversity. Other than Lutz, who claims to be Inuit, Toofer is the best and brightest (read: only) of the bunch. Jack decides to promote him to Co-Head Writer, a solution that is entirely amenable to Lemon in her current state of frustration. She's happy to hand him over the stupid Johnny Appleseed sketch, but Jack cuts her off to tell her that she won't be doing any such sketch. He shares a liquor locker at the opera with the litigious Monty Appleseed, naturally. Lemon growls from frustration, which apparently her doctor has warned her about because now her voice is nothing but a strained, irate rasp.
Downstairs, Jenna finds Kenneth rubbing his feet after a long day of Page interview rehearsal. She's brought her interview kit -- hair extensions and a body shaper with a reinforced penile sleeve. What, no flipper? Kenneth wants to take a break, but Jenna is in full-on Stage Mom mode, and she won't be talked down. She walks off in a huff, leaving Kenneth to spot a guy he saw in HR Coordinator Jeffrey Winerslav's office earlier. Kenneth can't believe they hired that joker, especially when he puts a stack of colored paper in the bin that is clearly marked for white paper. Kenneth runs off in search of Jenna.