Jack's office. Kenneth walks in as Jack looks at an old picture of himself with Jacques Cousteau. He asks Kenneth how people will remember him after he's gone. Kenneth chirps that he's already begun composing a memorial ballad for the occasion. He begins singing, "Slaves of Jesus, hear my tale..." Jack cuts him off, guessing that people (and conversation robots) will remember him for wearing lots of suits and attending lots of meetings (plus reading lots of magazines about meetings). Jack wonders what he's been put on this earth to do. He toys with the idea of letting Kaley run Kabletown after all while he goes off to secure his legacy as a scientist and adventurer. In turn, Kenneth hopes for his own legacy as the creator of a Sesame Street-type TV show that promotes illiteracy in girls. Jack looks out into the distance as he conjures up his future as the giver of language to the world walrus population. Kenneth puts a hand of camaraderie on Jack's shoulder, to which Jack says gently, "No."
Downstairs, Jenna marches into Lemon's office to announce that she is taking control of the Abby situation. Lemon tells her to hold her horses and shows Jenna a clip of Abby as her formerly unibrowed, brunette self. Lemon rues the transformation of Abby (née Abby Grossman) from a strong, smart, beautiful woman to a "baby hooker." Jenna turns around and speaks into a voice recorder: "Children's book idea -- baby hooker. Don't tell Liz." Alas, Maroney, Bratz got there first! Lemon says she's going to play the clip for the rest of the staff to expose Abby. Jenna likes the elegance and viciousness of Lemon's idea, though Lemon still thinks she's helping Abby.