Back at 30 Rock, Kenneth brings Tracy and his crew their food. He pointedly tells Dot-Com that he forgot his extra mustard. Tracy stands up and screams at them something to the tune of "Stop the insanity! Why can't we all just get along?!" Kenneth explains that Dot-Com hurt him, so he's hurting Dot-Com right back. Dot-Com apologizes, and they mend their fences rather quickly, but Tracy is on a rampage. He decides to take action, even though Lemon specifically told Kenneth to be on high alert for such shenanigans. Long story short, the dancer gets fired.
Back at The Kids' Choice Awards, Jenna is fuming that no one at the event cares about her. Helen Mirren interrupts her hissy fit to present the evening's "In Memoriam" montage -- and get slimed in an elegant fashion befitting a Dame -- when who should appear on said reel but Jenna. Jack thinks back and realizes that a miscommunication with a pint-sized producer brought this series of events about. Jenna, whose chief accomplishment according to the reel is "Former Mouseketeer," thinks this is a disaster. Jack, however, is pleased as punch because an idea has taken hold beneath those thick tresses of his. Later, he sneaks a coat-covered Jenna into her dressing room, where he explains to her that this unexpected death could translate into major ticket sales for her movie -- just as premature death proved to be gold for Tupac Shakur and Janis Joplin herself. Jack tells her to remain "dead" while he pimps out the movie. She assures him she can.
Another day, over in HR, Jeffrey Weinerslav congratulates Lemon and her newly acquired Rich Bitch Sunglasses on finishing the sexual harassment recovery program. She hesitantly takes her certificate and cringes a bit while noting that she can go back to work as soon as the next day. Weinerslav takes it upon himself to warn her about all the stress that awaits her there, lest she fall back on old habits. He asks if she has any questions. Lemon snaps back, "Just one: Why don't you drop those Dockers and give me a piece of that sweet ass?" That ought to get her a one-way ticket to the Good Life, for sure. She breezes back into Emily's apartment and asks what's on tap. They toast to "More of the same!" Commercials.