Jenna and Danny's dressing room. Kenneth The Human Buffer breaks up another of their angry fights by showing them a childish picture he drew of them. Jenna tells him it's awful, but Danny says he should hang it on the wall. Kenneth steps on a chair to hang the picture and falls as he steps down. Jenna and Danny descend into a fight. His argument: She coddles Kenneth. Her point: Danny is half a man. His return: "You're ruining my life!" Jenna's counter: "What life?"
Upstairs, Jacks asks Lemon why he has an appointment with Weinerslav scheduled for the next day. He says his life has only gotten worse since they got married. She calls him out for sending Angie to throw her off. She finally escaped by hiding in a news closet until Subas and Ann Curry came in to steam up the place. She finishes and turns to see that Angie has found her. Angie calls both of them trash for making her and her family a pawn in their petty games. Then she pulls out a piece of Lemon's weave, a.k.a. her actual hair. Jack placates her by promising her a reality show during TGS's time slot. That is, unless Lemon will sign the divorce papers. Lemon says she'll happily watch Angie's show in their marital home.
She heads downstairs and tells Pete about Jack's latest gambit in their acrimonious divorce. She asks how to fight back. Pete tells her never to back down. Jenna joins their conversation and chimes in, "Oh, I hear ya. I mean, take Danny... please!" Yuk yuk. Pete also thinks Lemon needs to find Jack's weakness "and then viciously exploit it. That's what marriage is."
Elsewhere, Jenna and Danny break the news to Kenneth that Danny is moving to the Y. They promise always to be Kenneth's Danny and Jenna, just not together. Adds Danny, "And don't think for one second this means we love you any less. Know that it means that."
Jack's apartment. Jonathan calls and tells Jack to turn on the television. Lemon is decked out in a Jackie O. get-up as she holds a press conference announcing her and Jack's $5 million donation to found The Jack and Elizabeth Donaghy High School for Teen Drama, The Arts, and Feelings. She calls them both "embarrassed Americans" and pledges to foster a new generation of choreographers, puppeteers, video artists, and theatrical jugglers "who will ask the world, 'What is Art?'" Jack is mortified.