Writers' room. Pete asks Lemon to head down to the editors' room to get the finished opening title sequence. He moans about how much power they hold over the other staffers, so Lemon promises to take care of it with her newfound charm and Julia Roberts laugh.
Before that, she steps inside her office, where Jack has taken her "old dad" theory to heart and is doing some mental math. As he describes all the important moments in his son's life that he might miss, he resolves he must find some way to cheat death and guide his son from the grave. Not that Lemon's listening, because she's pulling down a cowboy hat she bought at a radio station concert and is ready to test-drive now that she's a sexy lady in a relationship. The non-versation is cut short when the fire alarm sounds. Jack abhors "standing around in a crowd like a bunch of Italians," so he sends Lemon down by herself. Along the way, she runs into Pete and wonders who's taken over the fire marshal responsibilities now that Kenneth is gone. As they head downstairs, a mysterious and Muppet-like caped figure appears behind them, whooshing through the writers' room -- well, save for a little collision with a file cabinet.
Down the hall, Tracy stresses about leaving his dressing room before Angie goes into labor. Dot Com assures him that everything will be okay if he just stays "with a grown-up," so Tracy dutifully grabs hold of Grizz's green Polo shirt and follows the big people outside. Once downstairs, he starts a stream-of-consciousness, toddler-like ramble on various topics, including: "I don't get brunch. What's the benefit of combining break dancing and lunch?" Somehow in the midst of this, Grizz and Dot Com lose track of him. Tracy stops his riff some time later and realizes he's gotten hold of the wrong big black man in a green Polo. Now he's on the bus heading who-knows-where. At that very moment, Angie calls from the hospital to ask where Tracy is because she's in labor. Dot Com panics and reverts to French, pretending to be a Nigerian immigrant. As you do. On the other end of the line, Dr. Spaceman greets Angie with a smile and a general air of befuddlement.