Jenna, in a cheery mood, delivers Kenneth his lunch in a brown bag, just the way he likes. "But that's my job," says a confused Kenneth. Tracy walks past, talking about the history of the building to a large group of tourists. Kenneth asks him why he's giving a tour. "It doesn't feel good when someone does your job does it?" On the verge of tears, Tracy explains that jokes on the elevator are his job and now Kenneth is crying. He would never do anything to hurt Mr. Jordan. Kenneth composes himself just long enough to apologize to Jenna with a straight face and then Jenna offers perhaps the funniest moment of the episode. Cold as ice her response is "No. Keep crying. I want you to feel this so you never make this mistake again." Kenneth obliges.
All of Lemon's high school foils approach Jack. They have a plan to give Lemon an award on stage and then "Carrie" her. A woman announces that Lemon has won the award for most school spirit and when Lemon resists going on-stage she waves a $50 gift certificate to Outback Steakhouse. "I want to go to there." Music plays and Lemon walks on stage in slow motion. Jack is suddenly moved by it all but then he notices a bucket of something teetering above Lemon's head with Diane the bad dancer clutching the rope in anticipation. Jack leaps onstage to prevent it from going any further. He defends Liz. "We can not Carrie Liz Lemon." "Not okay guys!" yells Lemon noticing the bucket above her. Jack tells them that Lemon is not perfect but that neither is he. The crowd yells back its disapproval. "No, no it's true. We all have ways of coping. I use sex and awesomeness." And Lemon hides behind her insults. He says he's proud to call Lemon his friend. The crowd applauds and Lemon thanks "Larry" onstage. "You will need those cards some day." Amid the spirit of forgiveness for past sins, Jessica walks up to the stage. She thanks Larry (Jack) for coming back into their lives, hers especially. A young man steps forward from behind her. "Larry this is your son." Jack steps in front of the microphone. "I am not Larry Braverman. I repeat, I am not Larry Braverman. I am Liz Lemon's platonic friend Jack Donaghy. Lemon let's go." Everyone starts booing. They are all in a state of shock. Lemon grabs the gift certificate to Outback and once again apologizes to the crowd. They boo her and drop the bucket of oil from above, but it misses Lemon. "You know what? Suck it, you whittling IHOP monkeys." Jack tells her that their jet is waiting and she doesn't miss the opportunity. "That's right -- a jet, to New York Citaaaay! Lemon out!" It's an ending that I can only adorn with my Grandpa telling a mystical story to his young nephew and chuckling: "Lemon out. Indeed. Lemon out indeed."