Georgia hotel. Lemon drinks Peppy Bismilk and talks with Pete on the phone. She tells him she plans to heckle Rick and Pumkin until they don't want to join the TGS cast anymore.
Back at the studio, Cerie in a teeny-weeny polka dot bikini shows the guys her costume: Italian senator. They high-five about their crazy night to come. That is, until Jenna comes up and tells them she could make it all go away with one word. They ask what she wants. She demands two good sketches a week, a promise to hate the new cast member, and no more jokes about her dated cultural references. She asks, "Okay? Are we cowabunga on this?" They call it a deal. She adds one last stipulation that, if she wakes up with one of them tomorrow morning, he will buy her breakfast.
Meeting with Rick Wayne. Lemon mainlines Gatorade as the last pig goes down the Chuckle Shoot. The slaughter house officially becomes The Laugh Factory and, look! There's Kennethina Purcell! Lemon psyches herself up as Rick Wayne and Pumkin take the stage. Before the act can even start, she throws out her first barb. And you better believe Rick Wayne and Pumkin give it to her good. That Pumkin is nasty. Jack takes up for Lemon, but it backfires horribly, ending in a slam from Pumkin that Jack's head is so big they could build a Super Wal-Mart in it. Then he makes the requisite homophobic punch line, prompting Jack to rush the stage to throw down with a dummy. Yep. You heard me. Kennethina watches in consternation as Jack chokes, punches, kicks, and, finally, beheads that little scoundrel Pumkin. He orders Lemon to get the keys, then chucks the head at Kennethina before making a run for it. So I guess the trip to Toronto is back on, then, eh?
NYC. Frank cuts a rug with the gays and the girls at his super-freaky Halloween party. He invites Tracy to come down from the stage and party, but Tracy says he doesn't want to die. Kenneth enters the frame and mourns the passing of Western Georgia's Most Beloved Ventriloquist's Doll. Tracy jubilantly rips his shirt off and yells at Kenneth to tell his wife he "went to Philadelphia on business. Yayyyyyy!"