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.
Jack's office. Lemon and Simon have convened to throw down with Jack, but the old man is playing hardball. He reminds Simon that NBC hires a vast majority of his former clients for such shows as Are You Stronger Than a Dog? and I'm a Celebrity Dog... Get Me Out Arf Here! and leverages that power to intimidate Lemon into dropping her suit. Lemon calls him a wang, but Jack takes that as a compliment since "A.N. Wang, the founder of Wang Computers, is one of the greatest businessmen of the 20th century." He throws it in her face that she didn't trust him after all the years they've worked together. He tells her she knows nothing about business and that she's replaceable. She counters (read: lies) that she's replacing him, too, with all sorts of big meetings in the days to come. Simon: "Really? With who?!" So much for that little fib.
Downstairs, Lemon runs into Tracy and Jenna, who are both now wearing shirts that say "The Problem." Yep. That's about right. She tells them they were right about Jack. No, Jenna! He's not in love with you. Instead, he burned Lemon. She vows to burn him right back. Tracy offers to introduce her to Scotty Showfar, the producer of a famous sports show. Jenna recalls the name and realizes that he used to be her assistant, and she treated him like crap. It serves to prove Danny's point that they should be kind and generous, not prima donna-esque talent. Just then, Kenneth comes up to give Jenna some Mexican diet pills she orders. He even offers to test them out for her. Fearing that he'll turn on her when he becomes successful and powerful, she asks him never to do anything for him again.
A look of as-close-to-rage as Kenneth can get crosses his face as he wonders what has changed. Then he looks at the picture of Danny that's being hung in the hallway. Meanwhile, Danny tries to suppress his Canadian accent some more on stage. Kenneth heads over to wind him up as much as possible and make absolutely sure that he and all the other cast members will continue to accept help from Kenneth. Imagine Kenneth doing the hauntingly calm and cool persuasion of Hannibal Lecter. That's about how it plays out. He gets Danny so riled up that he berates Kenneth and, in doing so, loses his Canadian accent. Kenneth congratulates him on becoming a real actor. From nowhere, Tracy and Jenna appear. Kenneth assures all of them he'll always be there for them, even if he becomes rich and powerful. Then he reads Tracy's mind and produces a pizza box... full of waffles. Everybody wins!