Back at 30 Rock, Lemon finds her agent in her office. He tells her The Sing-Off passed. He tries to point out the silver lining that Lachey hated her, then realizes that might not be such a silver lining after all... or is it? Then he fires her as a client.
Upstairs, Jack and Hank Hooper have been waiting more than an hour for Devin. Jack says it's a power play and tries to foster Hooper's distrust for Devin. Just as he's getting Hooper to consider dropping Devin from the equation, Devin shows up with a baby in tow, spouting off about family values. Well played, Banks. Well played. Jack calls Devin aside and says Devin has reached a new low in using a baby to win over Hooper. "I brought the sexiest one, too," says Devin, "his cheekbones are like granite." He laughs maniacally that Hooper is in his grips.
Downstairs, Pete returns from substitute teaching and tells Kenneth it was "just like Lean on Me... in that a guy who looks like Morgan Freeman swung a bat at me." He asks what Kenneth is up to. Kenneth explains that he's taking the fan mailer campaign into his own hands by stuffing envelopes with sugar cubes to symbolize how they're sweet on TGS. And of course you know where this is going. Once the envelopes go through the mail, and the sugar cubes get crushed, the contents will look like something else entirely. Say it with me now... Anthrax! Just as Pete is putting this together, the SWAT team busts in and takes out Kenneth. The lead detective says that he never could have done it without De Mentaalist. Sue strides up, saying, "It is a gift and a curse." She tells him that, in the TV show, they would finish the episode by banging in a field of tulips.
That night, Lemon walks down the street. She sees a poster for Transformers 5, written by No One. A little girl asks what a newspaper dispenser is, and a homeless guy tells her it's a bathroom. Lemon pleads to the masses to reclaim the written word. She yells out that she has no Plan B because she has a theater tech degree with a minor in movement ("Why did my parents let me do that?!"). She hears a voice in the distance. They suddenly appear in front of her, welcoming her to the fold of "people whose careers used to be a thing." Among them, the noble travel agent, the American auto worker, and the guy who played dynamite saxophone solos in rock 'n' roll songs. They beckon her to come join them and the CEO of Friendster in their mole people community under the subway. Lemon refuses the offer and runs off, vowing that TGS isn't dead yet.