We join TGS: In Memory of Jenna Maroney in progress. Off stage, Jack is sealing the deal on Sing Dem Blues, White when he finds Jenna in a not-so-secret hiding place, admiring herself being admired. They cut to commercial, and she starts to say that it's the greatest night of her life (with no irony whatsoever) until she notices a massive poster that shows her real birth date. She freaks out that people will realize she's actually 40. Jack tries to pacify her, telling her the movie will be sold in 12 hours. She slinks back, perhaps mollified. The show returns with a classical-tinged retool of "Muffin Top" featuring the Tracy Jordan Dancers. Over the speakers, we hear Jenna scuffling for a mic, only to appear on her own memorial service. The gays in the audience clap and smile, the trannies shake their money-makers, and Jenna rises like a Phoenix from the ashes.
Just then, Lemon runs in and happily beholds the melee that has set in during her absence. Later, she grins like a maniac as she chews Tracy and Jenna out for yet another week of tomfoolery. Tracy calls her crazy, and they run out. She triumphantly posts her Anti-Sexual Harassment School diploma on the door. It's good to be back!
Also back? Jokes.
One Night in Jenna
Jack: Jenna, Sheinhardt-Universal does not want to release the picture.
Jenna: And how will that affect my Oscar chances?
Jack: Adversely unless we get independent distribution. To do that, Sing Dem Blues, White Girl: The Jackie Jormp-Jomp Story has got to get some buzz. I need your help for that.
Jenna: Do you need a sex tape released? 'Cause I got a weird one. It's night vision, and you can see his buddy is robbing me.
Jack: No, Jenna, I want you on the PR warpath. There's a red carpet. I want you on it, talking up the movie, starting Monday.
Jenna: The Kids' Choice Awards? Fine. I'll set aside my feud with Raven-Symone for one day. But she knows what she did!