Jack and Elisa are in more comfortable surroundings than Queens, as they cuddle up together in a chair, in apparent post-coital bliss. The door buzzer rings, and in enters Jorgensen and another co-worker. They are freaking out about the money GE is losing as a result of the Asian markets crisis, and no one can get in touch with Don Geiss. They need Jack's help, but he answers them with an impassioned speech about his devotion to the woman he loves. "There is no amount of money this company could lose that would cause me to..." Jorgensen shows Jack his phone, and presumably, on it, the amount of money the company is losing. "...Yes, that's the amount. I'll get dressed right now."
Larry King asks the Undersecretary of the Treasury Department for advice on how to handle the economic panic. He tries to tell Larry that people should not panic, or pull out investments, but is interrupted by Tracy. "I think people should freak they geek out. Withdraw all your money and hide it." Tracy claims to have hidden cash everywhere, including at work. "I've hidden so much money that if some of it was gone, I probably wouldn't even notice." Larry asks the best follow-up question in his long and storied career: "Now, why would you say that?" At 30 Rock, the staff bolts from their chairs to look for Tracy's stashed cash.
In Queens, Kenneth gets mauled by a pack of grade school children, who also snatch Lemon's purse. Items fall out of it, including a picture of Lemon with her nana. Kenneth notices that the picture is from New Year's, which contradicts her previous claim that her nana died in November. He asks her to sing him the lullaby again, and this time she is forced to sing it all the way through to the chorus. When she gets to the lyric "99 luftballons," he recognizes immediately where the song is from, and Lemon admits that the real reason she needs the phone is to get back an adult picture. "You lied to me?" asks a hurt Kenneth. "That's not something that friends do to each other." Lemon posits that maybe they aren't really friends. Kenneth points out, in that case, he is in violation of the NBC insurance policy and turns around to head home.