Boys & Girls Club commercial. The director yells action. Glorious music swells as the camera pans across a flurry of activity: A kid spins a basketball on his finger and shoots a two-pointer, girls jump Double Dutch, a boy does a front flip, another whizzes past Tracy on his skateboard. And it's all for naught because Tracy doesn't know his line. Of course that doesn't mean he is any less self-assured in his right to speak freely: "What's my cue? You know what? It doesn't matter. I don't know my line!' The director is frustrated that they're holding up traffic and burning daylight. Tracy insists that they're lucky to be getting paid to make dreams come true, then orders for someone to get him a Jolt Cola, even though they no longer exist.
30 Rock. Kenneth returns with the $23.94 he got from returning "Jenny's" cake. Yes, that's right, the one she didn't have to pay for in the first place. Jenna senses that there is a plan in all this that's bigger than both of them. She decides to relive her years grifting with Verna, and Kenneth is thrilled to be in on anyone else's plans. A few intentionally botched cakes later, they're $95.76 richer.
Limo. Jacks asks Lemon about the roller skates. She shifts uncomfortably in her seat and wonders what is causing the traffic jam. Cut back to Tracy's commercial. Once again, everything happens on cue. It all leads up to Tracy, who smiles broadly and announces with gusto, "I'm sorry, I have an erection! I think it's the sound of the skateboard. We're going again, everybody safely back to one." Back in the limo, Jack insists he's unstoppable and suggests that Lemon pretend she's telling her story to "The Gipper" himself. He does a pitch-perfect accent that is just creepy enough to force Lemon's hand. She tells him of a time when she was nine years old and skating in the house. Long story short, she was preparing to visit the bathroom and tried to take her undies off over her skates. She fell and took down a poster of Tom Jones with her. Her mother found her, assumed the worst, and took away all her posters. She squeaks, "She took away all the people, Jack! Sex makes the people go away!" Jack takes this opportunity to exit the car and check on the traffic. Wise move.