In the kitchen, Jack is putting together a precinct-sized tray of donuts for his mother's hotel room. Lemon joins him. "Permission to land?" says an off camera voice -- a sexy off-camera voice. "Permission granted!" shouts back Lemon. It's her family! Meet the Lemons: her brother Mitch, mother Margaret, and...hold on a minute, sailor. What piece of the hot train flipped the tracks when it saw you, Dick Lemon, played by Buck Henry? I want Buck Henry on the cover of Teen Viceland he's so smoking. His glasses make my glasses steam up. It's business time. Buck "Dick" Henry "Lemon" compliments Jack by telling him that he looks like an Arrow Shirt model. Mother Lemon is equally full of compliments, hugging her daughter and asking Jack if beautiful genius Lemon isn't the best employee he's ever had? A long beat. "No," answers Jack. The whole family cracks up with laughter. Buck Dick Lemon walks with Lemon, calling her "Wilma Shakespeare" and embarrassing her with his pride. Margaret grabs Jack by the cheeks, says something to him in baby, and then kisses him maternally on the lips.
Later, Jack catches up with Lemon. He wants to know if everything is okay. He finds her family strange, and not just because of her time-trapped brother. Her parents' unsettling good nature, optimism, and support are unnatural to Jack, but Lemon sees nothing wrong. They've always been supportive, "Even when I sued the Lower White Haven school district to let girls play football." Cut to Lemon completely missing a game ending field goal in high school but then yelling "Feminism!" as her reluctant teammates stand silent.
Mother Donaghy is with Jack in his office. She aches to use the bathroom, and shortly after her exit, Ma and Pa Lemon unexpectedly drop by to give Jack a Christmas gift. They are impressed by Jack's office and his nice carpet. "Your mother must be so proud of you" gushes Lemon's mother. They can't believe Jack dates a congresswoman; they can't believe he dates a congresswoman with her own Lifetime movie. Jack has heard enough: "Why don't we cut the charade and you two tell me what exactly it is you two want from me?" A long beat. The Lemons burst out in laughter.