Lemon returns from her lunch meeting, and Cerie hands her the press clippings for Dealbreakers. Lemon gets an angry look on her face and storms over to find Jack on-set. It seems he's going ahead with the Dealbreakers talk show (which originated in a TGS sketch) -- with or without her. He tries to intimidate her into submitting to his terms, but she tells him two can play at that game. And, of course, he says it at the same time, proving that he is always one step ahead of her. She grrrrrrs and storms off set.
Tracy's dressing room. Tracy asks Kenneth what his hopes and dreams are. Kenneth says he hopes to one day be in charge of the network -- or whatever people are watching when the time comes. Kenneth snaps on his dental hygienist gloves and asks if Tracy's ready for his cleaning. Tracy snatches the toothbrush and says he can brush his own teeth. He tells Kenneth he doesn't want him to do anything more for him.
Down the hall, Danny is still completely lost as to what he's doing there. Jack tells him not to do business with friends or trust women. Also? "Lose the leather bracelet." Jack leaves Danny to gnaw at his own wrist and heads into the studio to seek Pete's help. Naturally, Pete's kid just got "hit by a car." Jack then heads over to Tracy and Jenna, wearing "The Problem" and "Solvers" shirts, respectively. Of course, they're not standing in the right spots, so they just look like idiots. But that's nothing new. Jack tells him about his Lemon problem, getting Jenna all sorts of aroused as he talks about how "Business Jack doesn't play gentle," then asks her to pass on the message to Lemon that he's leaving things open for her. After he leaves, Jenna notices that she and Tracy are wearing the wrong shirts to communicate their message. She asks if he wants to switch places or switch shirts. He says they should do both, just to be safe.
And so we get the two of them in Lemon's office, joined by Lemon and her agent. Tracy is now wearing Jenna's too-tight crop top of a shirt that says "Solvers," with Jenna on his left (read: our right) in his baggy "The Problem" shirt. To sum up, they're morons. Lemon treats them as such when they relay Jack's message. She particularly doesn't like the part where he gave her the chance to crawl back to him. Tracy tries to emphasize Jack's sexual energy, but it's lost on Lemon. She tells them that her problem has not, in fact, been solved but that it's just starting. She is suing NBC for the rights to Dealbreakers. Cue Agent Simon's nervous hiccups.