Jack's office. Jack excitedly tells Lemon that the guy who came up with the Dawg Pound arm swivel for Arsenio Hall wants to create a signature move for Lemon's show. Jack proposes an arrhythmic dance with sporadic claps and an occasional "Uh uh!" I've seen that dance at an Indigo Girls concert, I think. And the Chinese author translators might tend to agree with me. Lemon breaks it to Jack that she wants to hire and agent and explore all her options now that she's hot shit in the literary world ("Number 14 on the non-fiction best seller chart, right behind The Founding Fathers' Diet"). Jack disingenuously wishes her good luck and gives her a look that tells her not to let the door hit her on the way out.
Writers' room. Lemon confirms the lunch with her agent with Cerie. She asks, "Do I look okay?" Responds Cerie, "That's exactly how you look!" Lemon heads to her meeting, where let's just her agent is really up to par. He looks about 12 years old and is transitioning from being an animal agent. He has no connections in the biz, frequently develops nervous hiccups, and will very likely be utterly useless. On the upside, he does describe himself as "hungry," so at least he and Lemon have that in common.
Back at 30 Rock, Jenna and Tracy find Danny in his dressing room to give him a little friendly guidance about the life of talent on TGS. Danny says his main priority is finding the bathroom and suppressing his Canadian accent (that tricky "aboat" gets him every time!). They tell him not to worry about that and to use Kenneth for all his needs -- to treat him like a slave, essentially. Danny disagrees that Kenneth appreciates being at their beck and call, and in fact he may be growing to resent them. He knows, because he used to be an assistant. Danny then points out that he was a performing robot just the other day, and now he's poised to be a famous actor. He says Kenneth could very well be running the network one day. Jenna snickers at the prospect, and Tracy looks concerned. Says Danny, "Crazier things have happened." (Most of them at Tracy's after-after-after parties.)