Back at 30 Rock, Jack and Lemon are trying to put out the fires of Tracy's astronautical ambitions. Tracy gets to the rub of it -- Shooting into space is his childhood dream. Jack can't bear to shatter a man-boy's long-held dream on his own birthday, so he promises to make a call to NASA and sort it out. Once out in the hall, Lemon is all, "What the hell?" Jack reveals that of course he doesn't know any of those NASA losers. He tells Lemon to gather her minions and organize a fleecing. So much for Lemon's run.
A brief walk to Jenna's dressing room will have to do. She tells Jenna that Dennis called to make amends for their sexual encounter. Jenna comes clean, all the while oversharing that her Madonna-esque whack-cent is a result of losing her virginity to the My Fair Lady soundtrack. (Yeah, I'm sure that guy didn't turn out to be gay.) Jenna justifies that Dennis and Liz were broken up when they had sex, then confesses that they both gave in to their vulnerability in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. And, with that, let's just take a pause in memory of all the life wreckage that damn hurricane inflicted...
So, back to it, Lemon reveals that she's most annoyed because Dennis thought himself capable of breaking up a longstanding female friendship like hers and Jenna's. She bemoans the fact that he is out there thinking that he even means anything to them. She invites Jenna to go with her and set him straight. Unsurprisingly, their interpretations of this idea vary wildly. One lady favors a good talkin' to; the other favors stabbing. You can guess which is which.
Kenneth delivers more gifts to Jack's office. Kenneth proudly shows Jack his haul from his last birthday -- a bobble head key chain. Seeing that Kenneth will basically get it up for anything, so to speak, Jack muses on what it must be like to see the world through Kenneth's eyes. We don't have to muse, though, as we get a taste of Kenneth vision. It's kind of like Avenue Q, but not dirty. Jack appreciates that Kenneth derives such joy from simple things, since most people lose their sense of wonder as they grow older. Kenneth deems that occurrence sad. Jack begs to differ, saying he's surpassed his wildest expectations for his life. Kenneth happily agrees, but manages to sneak in an oblivious reference to Jack's "big, empty house," leaving Mr. D with a sour taste in his mouth.