Elsewhere, Dot Com and Kenneth take Tracy to a copy shop in his old neighborhood (on the corner of 157th Street and Lieutenant Uhura Avenue). It's the location of his childhood apartment, and they hope to stage a memory excavation. Kenneth and Dot Com bicker about who bungled what logistic of this trip, and Kenneth blames himself for coming up with this harebrained scheme in the first place. Just as they're about to leave, Tracy recognizes a stairwell from his past. They head inside, where Tracy begins blubbering about all the traumas of his youth (see below). He asks why they brought him here to relive all the angst. Dot Com reminds him he needs to know the pain so he can act it out and win his Oscar. Tracy says he hates pain and vows to leave as soon as he makes copies of his passport.
Lemon's apartment. Jack interrupts her getting ready for the wedding. He tells her not to put on her judgmental face, then says he slept with Nancy. He chagrins, "I wasn't thinking at all. She put on red underwear. You would think it would clash with her hair... but it didn't!" She tells him things are ten times worse now and that he owes it to Nancy to tell her. He reminds her that "Avery is cool, collected, descended from Swedish valley people," while "Nancy is a fiery Irish nutjob descended from bog people." Lemon says it doesn't matter and that he has to leave because she has to be at the cathedral in 20 minutes to give her reading at Floyd's wedding. Jack's eyes light up that there will be a Catholic mass at the ceremony and runs out, leaving Lemon to mutter that Floyd converted for this girl while he wouldn't give Unitarianism a chance with her.
Lemon arrives at the church looking Spanxtastic. Wesley smarms about how they're meant to be just like some British TV characters, that she's his best (read: only) option and vice versa. Whoa there, pal, watch it with the hard sell, huh? Oh, but it gets better! He tells her he just got fired and needs her to sort out his immigration so he doesn't have to face the unholy clusterfuck also known as the 2012 London Olympics. Lemon can't believe this is what it's come to. She excuses herself to the front to prepare for her reading. She reminds him it's just a date. He mocks her, saying maybe she'll fall in love at first sight with a handsome groomsmen, then sings the theme song to the British show he mentioned earlier.