Jack steps onto the 12th floor met by a lady with an eyepatch. He runs back to the elevator and back to Don Geiss's hospital room. He screams "Wake up" louder than Win Butler. Jack spills it to coma Geiss how tough the sudden loss of stature has been on him. "I've given everything to this company but now I feel as if maybe I should quit?" "You have to leave," says a strange and strained voice from out of nowhere. Jack turns around and at the door is an orderly from the Kill Bill> hospital. Jack asks what happened to his voice and apparently he was hit by lightning as a child. "They made a movie about me." Powder maybe? Not important. But it's these pointless rejoinders to scenes that makes 30 Rock the best network television comedy. Sorry Office. "You have to leave GE," says the orderly, again quite ominously. He's actually talking about Geriatric Extended Care but Jack looks to be plowing into a deeper meaning. "I have to leave GE," he says.
Lemon and Floyd are out on a balmy night after dinner. Floyd seems smitten but he's got a flight to catch back to Cleveland. He takes off in a cab but not before turning to look at Liz. "Eat it up Cleveland," she says derisively. The next morning Lemon wakes up covered in sudden change of temperature flop sweat and brags to Jenna over the phone about how good she looked last night in front of Floyd. But when she opens her door for the morning paper he's standing in front of her. At the sight of her he yells "Croank?" I couldn't quite make that one out. A lot less detectable than blaargh. Floyd's flight was canceled -- and by flight I mean his airline got canceled -- and now he needs to crash at Lemon's place. Lemon invites Floyd in while pulling a band-aid out of her hair. After an awkward pause she demurely asks "who was that bitch that answered your phone eight months ago?"
Tracy pulls out a bit of the old soft shoe trying to impress the teamsters and convince them to get a replacement sandwich for Lemon. Brian Dennehy sits in his office chair holding a baseball bat. He calls all the shots. "That's enough," he says and Tracy stops the soft shoe. "You two kiss" and Frank almost does with Lutz. Lutz fails miserably at getting the name of the sandwich place and Dennehy explains that the only way to get their replacement sandwich is to earn it, and the only way to earn it is a drinking contest. Cue the Fat Albert theme song, which makes no sense to write on the surface of it but if you really stop to imagine it, kind of does.