Tracy and Jenna return from buying... clothes? Somewhere along the way, they forgot about buying soup for the sick crew. Now they must come up with some other form of appreciation. Lemon is on the opposite side of the issue. The crew loves her. She pretends to not have taken the shot and hears them whisper sort of good things about her. "Hey, that Liz Lemon is okay. Why did we hate her guts so much?" Jack tells her how amazing his date was with Elisa, but Lemon is appalled they would drag an old man out with them. He accepts her chastising, and acknowledges he isn't as pure as a woman who risks getting sick before her annual vacation. He also tells her that the flu shot creates a very noticeable rash on your arm after 24 hours. Lemon covers her arm and runs to wardrobe to find a jacket. Kenneth surprises her and notices the arm. He asks if Liz got the flu shot, but she tells him he's having a fever dream. "We're speaking French and I'm your mother." Kenneth begins speaking fluent French to her, and it chases Lemon out of the room.
Elisa meets Jack at the door in a hot dress. Salma Hayek is truly the best spokesperson for cleavage. You know, like the way Matthew McConaughey so eloquently represents beef. They kiss, but then the doorbell rings. Jack hides behind the curtains. Elisa opens the door, and it's Mr. Templeton's son Michael. He walks in and Mr. Templeton grabs him by the arm. "A man comes at night. He comes to the house and takes me. He wears a suit. His hair is thick. He made me watch a giraffe with the legs of a man!" Mr. Templeton's accusations are all true, but they also sound insane. "Dad, there's no man." Elisa manages to walk Michael into another room so that Jack has the chance to tip toe out. He does, literally, but before Jack can make it to the door the old man perks up and starts yelling. Jack quiets him and then explains himself. "I'm just a guy dating your nurse, who took advantage of your condition to be with her. Do you understand what I'm saying?" Jack apologizes in earnest. He's lost too many good things and can't let it happen again with Elisa. "Elisa the Puerto Rican?" asks Mr. Templeton. "Wow that really doesn't sound okay, but yes," answers Jack. The old man promises to not tell his son about their late night escapades, but he also makes it clear that the next time they go out he wants to visit the place in New York where he proposed to his wife. "And then, I want to go to a Negro bar."