Back at Jack's apartment, Kenneth is trapped as the inside spoon.
Lemon walks into the writers' room. She can't believe the writers are still playing their video game, but Frank tells her the score is still 0-0-0. "To zero," chips in The Other Guy, who then rejoices, "I did it! I spoke!" Lemon sees that her fine payment never went in the mail. She updates them on her situation with Tracy. Just then, Toofer nearly kills Lutz, but Lutz blows himself up with a grenade. A light bulb flashes over Lemon's head: She can be normal, she just needs to blow herself up, metaphorically speaking.
She rips up her payment envelope and marches down to the courtroom to tell the honor she refuses to pay for her supposed hate crime. Once she's done with her speech, she shouts, "Grenade, respawn!" The judge threatens to sentence her to three weeks community service if she doesn't pay the fine. She challenges him to three months of service before spouting off every courtroom movie cliché ("You can't handle the truth!") and throwing in a "Hoo-ah!" for good measure. The judge cuts her off by screaming "Gavel, gavel, gavel!" Turns out he lost his gavel over the weekend but still won't accept that kind of lip. He sentences her two 12 weeks of picking up trash. Lemon throws up her firsts and declares, "Freedom!" then corrects herself, "For me... probably not for you guys."
Donaghy den. Kenneth emerges in a bright pink robe since his clothes mysteriously disappeared while he was in the shower. Jack tells him to give a twirl, which Kenneth reluctantly does while sing-song mumbling "This is not right, sir..." Jack bids Kenneth to go put on some of Avery's perfume before they head to Strawberry Fields to whip pennies at the drum circle. Kenneth finally draws the line: "I don't like to swear, sir, but no thank you. Now I haven't had a wife get kidnapped, but I did watch the episode of The Brady Bunch where Tiger ran away. We've all been through some bad stuff, Mr. Donaghy." Jack says he had the perfect woman and wonders if God is punishing him for having better hair. Kenneth tells him enough. He says if Jack wants him to be like Avery, he will be like her: Mean. Jack fondly reminisces, "She once made Rahm Emanuel cry in an airport lounge." Kenneth channels Avery in telling Jack he's pitiful and should be spending time with Liddy instead of "being weird" to Kenneth. Jack gets the message loud and clear. He thanks Kenneth/Avery and tells Sherry to put on Liddy's baby pants suit so she can come with him to work that day.