Jack arrives at his office, where Verna is sprawled. She wants to thank Jack for coming to the party ... because now he knows what "the show" would be like. She wants a reality show, since she's so good at pushing Jenna's buttons. "This show will have laughter. Tears. Topless arguments. Infections caused by Jacuzzi water!" Sounds like someone on the 30 Rock staff has been watching Jersey Shore! Jack is delighted to know that Verna has been plotting this all along. She tries to bribe him with a crumpled dollar bill and talk of underpanties. I should probably mention that Verna looks old and weird.
Jack bursts into Jenna's dressing room (note to self: sitcoms have a lot of people bursting into places) to tell her the news, but he's stopped short by her diseased-bird earrings. Jenna assures him that pigeon mites can't "affect affect humans humans". She's very happy with her mother. He leaves.
Liz enters the writers' room with an enthusiastic "Good morning, dummies!" and they respond with a half hearted moan. She holds up Frank's old cigarette pack, which are three cigarettes lighter than they were the previous night. "If only some genius had secretly videotaped her living room last night. Oh wait. It did!" I love the "it" there. Anyway, Liz has a camcorder and a huge tangle of cables she doesn't understand. Pete yanks it all away from her and makes it work. "You didn't believe in me, but I believed in myself. Just like the last scene of all movies," gloats Liz, somewhat irrelevantly.
So now it's time to watch the green-tinted footage. It's like Paranormal Activity, but funny. Also, something happens in it. Liz is seen wandering around wearing "night Spanx" and sleepwalking. Tracy explains that it's "a little-understood parosomnial disorder". That's Tracy's third last line. Guess he was too busy shooting a terrible movie with Bruce Willis. Actually, Liz is sleep-eating. Do you ever wonder how Tina Fey sees herself? I mean, her character is described as constantly gobbling junk food, but she looks perfectly normal. It's like Strangers With Candy, where there were a lot of fat jokes about Amy Sedaris. Even with the fatty suit, she's still basically a tiny person.