Liz asks Jack if he's ever met anyone who killed somebody. She thinks his grandpa might have, but he never liked to talk about what happened at... Kent State. I'm not sure that's appropriate, but whatever. Jack still wants to marry Salma, because nobody's perfect (he gives the example that someone, somewhere, is dating Monica Lewinsky), and he's 50. He says that's like 32 for ladies. He wonders how many more like Salma he'll meet. Liz says she doesn't understand men. Jack: "Nobody ever said you did, Lemon."
Jenna asks the paramedics helping Kenneth where the cute paramedic from last night is. They say if he was there at night, he must work the evening shift.
Jack comes in to Liz's office, where she's once again wearing the Slanket. She says, "It's not product placement! I just like it!" I'm glad she answered that without me having to ask. Heh. Jack asks what if he marries Salma and accidentally cheats. He says she could snap again, since she's passionate. Liz's suggestion: Don't cheat. He says you never know, because he could get trapped in a snow cave fantasy. Liz says she just doesn't get guys. He says that's not being disputed, but his options for male advice are limited. He opens the door to show her the male writers (who are debating getting hats with feathers in them to celebrate their pranksterism), and says she's the closest thing to a dude around here. She tells him he needs to find a snow cave fantasy and see what happens.
Next, Jack's in Tracy's office. He tells Tracy about Salma's murder, and Tracy tells him to continue. Jack says he loves her, but needs to be tested and see if he strays. Tracy says he'll take Jack out tonight and he'll be tested like Jesus in the Wilderness. Then explains: Jesus is his stereo guy and the Wilderness is a club.