Jack and Claire wait in line outside of Aquarium or some other like-minded club. Jack has a glow stick and his silly hat on. He's excited to go in but Claire seems anxious. Suddenly, with no Liz to kick around and torment, the relationship with Jack has hit a boring patch. She feels like part of an old married couple. She wants to do something exciting. Jack agrees, anything to put his hands down her pants. She puts a gun in her hand -- a cop's gun (callback!) -- then yells out to the police. Jack drops the gun and takes off fleeing from the cops.
Back on the Night Court set, Harry and Markie labor through their dialogue to wrap up the final scene of the special episode. Jenna as the were-lawyer even has a line at the end about it being a "full mooooooon" that, judging from Tracy's scissor motions, is getting cut from the show. Tracy even adds a line in the scene decreeing NBC to return to the old page uniforms. Kenneth charges his fist to the air. At a real night court, Lemon bails out Jack. "Real night court is not at all like the TV show. Remember that TV show?" That line roughly sums up the point of this episode. Remember Friends and remember Night Court? We do, but let's not forget about 30 Rock.
Rattle the drum cymbals, 'cause these, you people, are the jokes.
Well, not all the galleries.
Jack: "Welcome to New York. Let's see, we're using credit cards in cabs now, all the galleries have moved to Chelsea and we're off cupcakes and back to donuts."
There are all kinds of drug dealers, you know?
Claire: "The baggage handler told me about a storage unit party on the lower east side. Starts about midnight, sponsored by Mir Vodka and I think some drug dealer of some kind."
Line of the
Tracy: "Is there nothing sacred? Have we lost our moral center? It just makes me wanna pee on someone."
Or a pelican without sailor's attire
Tracy: "I hate to see you like this, Ken-dog. It's like an owl without a graduation cap. Heartbreaking"
10 a.m. Tuesday morning. The Heroes offices:
Lemon: "Hey did you see our shout-out in Variety? They called us a comedy show."
John Mayer doesn't listen.
Lemon: "She is staunchly in favor of Cocoa Puffs. Do not sleep with her."