30 Rock. Lemon sees a life-size cut-out of Angie in the NBC Experience Store window and realizes it has replaced one of Tracy. As she digs Tracy's cut-out from the trash, Angie's party kicks into gear upstairs. She sympathizes with Jack about Irritable Bowel Syndrome. He hisses that it was the chair and spins to walk away. In doing so, he runs smack into D'Fwan, who titters, "I hope you're not this clumsy on the dance floor." Jack finally gives up, saying the producers can portray him as clumsy, gay and flatulent if they wish, because he has nothing to be ashamed of. He accepts D'Fwan's invitation to dance and busts out enough straight, white-guy moves to convince D'Fwan of his heterosexuality. Ironically, this only makes Jack insist that he's a fantastic dancer. To wit, he played Maria in an all-male production of West Side Story at Princeton. Yep. That happened. And Jack is still very secure in his masculinity.
Across the room, Pete finds Jenna slugging back a glass of wine. She claims she explained herself to the interventionist, and they had a good chuckle. And yet! The interventionist appears and explains that Jenna clocked him with a wrench. Jenna says she'll never go to rehab in Minnesota, throws a glass of wine in his face, grabs a bottle, and makes tracks.
Angie takes the stage to introduce her single. She's interrupted by a cardboard-toting Lemon, who orders her to call Tracy. Lemon says that Tracy is part of her TGS family... "and my family is thick as thieves." Then she turns over a table. She starts to take out her earrings, asking, "Now who here wants to teach me how to fight?" Angie begins to weep, at which point Kenneth announces that he's found a stray glove in the elevator. Ummm... moving on. Lemon apologizes to Angie for making her cry, but Angie reveals she's sad because she's also been trying unsuccessfully to get Tracy back. All she really wants is for things to go back to normal -- "to wake up in the morning, and look over at my husband asleep... on our neighbor's roof." Lemon worries that, if Angie can't get Tracy back, who can? Together, the ladies wonder what will become of their lives without Tracy. Kenneth pops back up to announce that the single glove is actually his and ask anyone who finds a glove to return it to him. With that, Jack McBrayer fulfills his union line quota for the week.