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.
Next week on Queen of Jordan: Jack challenges D'Fwan to a dance contest. Jenna drinks while hiding out from her intervention in an air shaft. Randi takes issue with what Lemon "said" about her. Jack carries on insisting it was the chair, because he only passes gas once a year for an hour atop a mountain in Switzerland. The angry German shepherd returns to throw a glass of wine in Dot Com's face. And Kenneth finds himself with three gloves.
No jokes this week. Turns out throwing all those Real Housewives references, hyper-meta bits, and gay jokes into one episode is the comedic equivalent of mixing all the colors together and getting brown.