Later, back at the studio, Lemon tells Jenna her new, ill-formed plan to pretend to move in with Brian all the while driving him out, buying his place and constructing her dream apartment. Lemon feels bad, but Jenna tells her not to: "This is Manhattan real estate. There are no rules -- like check-in at an Italian sex party." She says she's been waiting for her next-door neighbor to croak for years. At least Lemon has a foot in the door. Jenna vows to teach Lemon how to create maximum drama so that her guy roommate will willingly flee. As you might imagine, Jenna is a pro at this.
Down the hall, Jack checks with Lemon to make sure she isn't making fun of Don Geiss in the show that week. She assures him he's not. Then he walks into Tracy's dressing room to ask if having a family is all it's cracked up to be. Tracy says no, fairly graphically. Jack admits that seeing Geiss go through all these trials with his children has affirmed that he is not meant to have any, and therefore he is planning to have a vasectomy. Tracy, sick of having to censor his screwed-up strip club stories when the kids are around, vows to get a vasectomy, too. A little too late for that, buddy.
Jenna's dressing room. Kenneth flurries in to unplug all her chargers in an effort to reduces the TGS carbon footprint.
Dr. Spaceman's office. He urges Jack and Tracy to think things through before they go through with their vasectomies. He asks whether they want local or general anesthesia and bids them adieu until the next morning.
Back at her new shared apartment, Lemon has put on the full Lauren Conrad, running-mascara look to freak out her roommate Brian. She screams and throws shoes at him while threatening to put on a wedding gown and jump in front of the subway. Instead of flipping out like she would have liked, he empathizes with how much men suck and offers to make her raspberry mojitos to smooth things over. In case you didn't realize by now, Brian's gay.
30 Rock. Lemon tells Jenna her plan backfired. Tracy tells Lemon what worked for him: Black people moved in, and his neighbors moved out. Lemon thinks he's on to something. Tracy says he's full of good ideas and excuses himself to go have a vasectomy in front of his son.