Elsewhere, Lemon and Jack wait out the traffic at the Holland Tunnel. Jack notices that she's biting her nails, which either means she's nervous or has recently handled ham. It turns out to be the former as she tells him she's going to break up with Carol. He runs down the list of possible reasons (he saw her eating spaghetti, she developed a fungus in her shower), but she doesn't want to get into it. Jack reminds her that she's not exactly a secretive person and deduces that her problems with Carol might have to do with sex. She admits that she and Carol are indeed having an intimacy problem, specifically a performance issue. Having encountered this difficulty himself ("before Greta VanSusteren got her head transplant") Jack offers to call Carol, but Lemon stops him because the intimacy problem lies with her. At which point the driver elects to roll up the sound-proof barrier. At which point Jack wishes he had a sound-proof barrier.
Meanwhile, Tracy is on set for his commercial. The director, whose career he single-handedly ruined during the production of Garfield 3, has conceived of a Touch of Evil-esque single shot format that involves a lot of coordination. More to the point, a lot more coordination than is possessed by Mr. Tracy Jordan. Tracy only has one line yet refuses to be bothered with it. "Scripts just get in the way of my process," he says. "Let's just shoot a hundred of these and see what we get." Maybe they should replace Jack's horrible reality show idea with this day. Eat your heart out, Big Brother live shows!
Back at the studio, Kenneth delivers the cake Jenna asked him to buy. She doesn't approve because they wrote "Jenny" on the cake, and she doesn't want "wheelchair Jenna from Accounting getting all the credit." She tasks Kenneth with picking up a replacement cake, but he takes issue with how wasteful it will be. He comes from a pig farm where times are tough. They've even had to sell off some of their own, whose names are Sally, Julie, and Poppy. Jenna's assumes the names belong to his pigs. Kenneth hesitantly agrees.
Back in the limo, Jack says it's understandable Lemon is hung-up sexually since she's such a prude. Lemon disagrees with him, but he calls to mind all the instances in which she's been grossed out by his allusions to sex. Best one? When Lemon says the word "lovers" bums her out unless it's in between the words "meat" and "pizza." Lemon sarcastically apologizes for being "a real woman and not some oversexed New York nympho like those sluts on Everybody Loves Raymond." Jack thinks Lemon is the greatest challenge he or any potential Reaganer will ever face and vows to "fix" Lemon. She admits she's had this problem a few times before. He tells her to "dive into the sexual abyss" so he can ascertain if this problem has something to do with her past. He pushes until she lashes out and screams at him to "stop asking about the roller skates!" Well that's not awkward at all.