Elsewhere, Jack and Nancy continue to share recollections on their date. He offers to buy her a nightcap, but she says she and the boys have to wake up early the next morning to go back to Boston. They exchange their goodbyes, promise to keep in touch on YouFace, and have an almost-kiss moment before she heads into the hotel.
The next morning, Lemon comes to Jack's office to give him a Juno-style serenade for his free Christmas gift. She gets about two lines in before realizing what a shambles this song is and taking back her gift. She starts to head out embarrassed, but Jack asks her to stay and advise her about Nancy. Jack realizes with a tinge of regret that he's spent his whole life trying to erase where he came from. Now he's feeling homesick and wishes he'd had a bit longer with Nancy. Lemon says she needs to go off to work on his real gift, slyly slipping in the suggestion that a drawing of a frog would look nice on his wall. Jack shuts that down, and thus Lemon must continue in her odyssey.
That night, Jenna and Danny sing their duet. And when I say Danny is "singing," I mean intentionally singing every note off-key. This gives newfound buoyancy to Jenna, who belts out her notes with aplomb. Pete glares and grimaces on the sidelines, finally throwing his papers up and walking away.
Upstairs, Jack stares nostalgically at the Hey Beantown! paraphernalia when Nancy appears to tell him her train was cancelled and she's ready to take him up on his offer of a nightcap. And give him a proper kiss goodnight. As long as they do it high school-style -- no tongue. They embrace and lock lips.
Back downstairs, Lemon watches as Jenna and Danny continue to stink up the room. Jack enters the room to give her present to her. It's a framed ticket from her gender-blind high school production of The Crucible. Lemon is pleased as punch. Jack explains how it was zero dollars by sending Jonathan on a wild Lemon chase all over Pennsylvania, and he didn't reimburse him. Jack tells Lemon not to worry about his present because Nancy's train getting cancelled and her subsequent return was the greatest gift he could have ever received. Lemon knowingly asks if the train was cancelled because someone called in a bomb threat to Penn Station. Jack is shocked and impressed.