Jack sways to Simple Minds with the high school click that's now formed at the reunion. Jessica grabs an empty beer bottle then suggests a game of "seven minutes in heaven." Then to Jack, "you always got the bottle to land on me. Think you still got the touch?" Jack aims to prove it and so they all stand around a table and he spins it. It ... lands ...on ... Jessic- Lemon. It lands on Lemon. She just popped her head into the circle and now she and Jack have to go together into an empty closet. Once inside Jack warns Liz "just to be clear we're not making out. That would be social suicide." They always tempt the romantic connection between these two but they always artfully back away in the next breath. Lemon has had enough. She damns her classmate's collective attitude toward her but Jack steps in. "You really haven't changed Lemon." He reminds her that when he told her the news about being passed over for the CEO job by Geiss she could have comforted him but instead told him it could only get worse if he went impotent. She insists she was just cutting the tension, "or were you hiding behind your sense of humor instead of engaging in a real way" comes back Jack. I think Jack is my ex-girlfriend(s). Jack is convinced that when Lemon feels attacked she lashes out, but Lemon proves him wrong by pointing out that he's 50 years old and has business cards printed out for a job he's never going to get. "Your bags were delivered to my room by accident. Look what I found. You went to a printer, didn't you? You picked out a font. You paid extra for a rush order. It was your happy little secret." Jack erupts from the closet sobbing. "Why is she so mean?" Her classmates all sink their teeth in, calling her mean and "the gay one."
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.
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