Is it too early to campaign for a full-time role for Kevin’s daughter, Catherine? The young girl — who was essentially a young Liz Lemon — might just be my new favorite character. And Lemon could totally use another mentor. I’m pretty confident Cat (Bebe Wood) would teach her a lot. Jack set Lemon up with “Sent from one of my four iPads” Kevin. Jack wanted to give her one final chance to see what she might be missing out on by staying with Criss. But that Jack, he’s always got something up his sleeve. The date was actually a play date with the aforementioned Cat, so Lemon would not give up her dream of having a kid. That Princess Leia costume isn’t going to Liddy just yet.
Meanwhile, Jack was trying to market the new KableTown couch. But in his effort to create more American jobs, Jack did not foresee the problem with hiring American engineers: “All they teach us now is how to build roller coasters and Survivor challenges.” The resulting couch was terrible, and that’s probably an understatement. Jack had to regroup and attempt to create a market for terrible couches and sell discomfort. But that’s an easy task when you can just sell to the government! The end of the episode cut to the CIA using the uncomfortable couch as a torture device. And they learned some valuable information from their prisoner: “I know how to get Avery Jessup home!” See what they did there? Foreshadowing!
Over in crazy town, Jenna was faking a celebrity breakdown because it’s totally the new sex tape. Plus as Jenna pointed out, “anyone who’s anyone has had a breakdown: Demi, Demi, Heather, Lindsay, Britney, Moammar. So sad. A life cut short. He gave the best diamonds.” It was her grand scheme to get Paul back in her life. And since they’re both bananas, the plan totally worked!
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