The next morning, Devin floats in gloating that, while Jack was worrying all night about recapturing TWINKS, Devin has had a successful play date with Hooper's grandson and been offered a promotion to head up Kabletown's European operation. Jack chokes back what amounts to his own demotion, since he was supposed to travel to Europe the following week. "I was going to take a picture where it looked like I was holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa!" he sputters. Devin grins devilishly as he says now he'll be taking that picture -- "Do you have any idea how strong I'll look?" Devin lords it over Jack that he managed to vanquish him in just one day. As he begins to survey his plunder -- trips around the world and distance from his family -- he slowly realizes that he likes being a househusband more than he realized when he took the TWINKS job. He cries that he loves his gaybies so much and can't leave Brooklyn. Jack is disappointed, frankly. He thought Devin would put up more of a fight and had great plans to pull a Trading Places on him. Devin tells Jack he doesn't understand what it is to have children. Jack corrects him that he does now have a daughter of his own. Devin admits that Jack is stronger than he, and they have a fatherly bonding moment over Dora the Explorer. With that, Jack tells Jonathan to call his car so he can go home and see baby Liddy.
Meanwhile, Lemon shows up with a pizza and finds herself in a wasteland formerly known as TGS. She obliviously suggests they can salvage what's left by re-launching TGS as a magazine. Kenneth tells her it's over and apologizes that he couldn't save the show. She hands him her pizza, saying she's not hungry anymore. He looks at the box and notes that it's funny that Tracy is getting this very same pizza all the way over in Africa. A Friday Night Light bulb goes off over Lemon's head. She realizes that Tracy has been lying all this time. Now all she has to do is find him somewhere in the pizza delivery zone and the show will be saved. Kenneth grabs a slice of pizza, but Lemon snatches it from him, proudly declaring, "No. I'm hungry again!" She shoves it in her face as he jubilantly throws his fist up into the air.
Bonus! More nonsense conversations with Tracy in Africa, including falling props and backdrops, sudden shifts to night, and Tracy slamming every African reference he can into one sentence. In hindsight, Kenneth realizes he should have realized sooner that Tracy was actually in New York. Then he throws it out there one last time: Bird Internet.