Executive dining room. When Jack goes in for that handshake, Hank hugs him. He says he's a hugger, and it's not really a hug unless it lasts ten seconds, with counting and everything. Jack calls him "Sir," and Hank says to just call him Hank. Frank, Lutz, and the boys come in and Jack asks what they're doing here, but Hank says it's okay, because Kabletown is family, so this is no longer the executive dining room; it's the everyone dining room. He welcomes everyone, and they all clap. Except Jack, who's horrified. People are wearing sandals in the executive dining room! Hank tells Jack how happy he is with the work he's done so far. Jack starts catching him up on what he's working on now, but Lutz interrupts and asks if he can sit with them. Hank lets him, and then tells Jack that the guy who came up with the idea for the DVR was a janitor named Carlos, so now Hank makes sure anyone who works here can pitch any idea they have one a month. Tomorrow will be Jack's day to listen to pitches, then report back to Hank, who says "I'll be the guy wearing the Bugs Bunny tie." Lutz wants Jack to wipe the green stuff off his lobster, and Hank encourages him to do it. This is getting way too weird.
Avery, in a wizard cape, baby-shops with Lemon, who's carrying a fake Prada bag, when Carmen Chao comes in and gives Avery a, "Que Sorpresa!?" Avery stiffens and wonders what Carmen's doing here. Carmen says she just loves babies: "their creepy little hands and the way they crawl fast like a rat monster." Then she wonders what Avery is doing here. Lemon pipes up that she's pregnant, and Avery's here with her, helping her decide what kind of baby megaphone (she picks up a breast-pump) to buy. She says that some guy jacked her and now his sperm is growing in her stomach. Carmen: "That's not how babies are made." Avery tries to get them out of there, but Carmen says she's working on a story about single mothers in their 40s, and she wants Lemon to be in it. Lemon agrees, and says Carmen can interview her at the new popcorn place. Carmen says no, they'll do it in Lemon's office, and Lemon's all, "Fine. I'll go to the popcorn place alone, even though all their advertising suggests it is a place for groups of friends to have a good time."