Liz tries to make a stand and refuses to take a flu shot in a show of solidarity with her coworkers--until she discovers that her island vacation is not canceled. Meanwhile, Jack and Elisa break some rules to begin dating.
After an Asian economic meltdown, Tracy gives some irresponsible advice on "Larry King Live," and Jack and Elisa's relationship could be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Liz tries to get her cell phone back from a cabbie who's blackmailing her.
Jack gets the writers to come up with a name for GE's new pocket microwave, Liz unsuccessfully tries to get out of jury duty, Dr. Spaceman gives Jenna pills to help her stay awake, and Tracy deliberately tries to get fined by the FCC.
Liz feels uncomfortable when she joins her unusually handsome boyfriend in "the bubble," Tracy decides to quit the show rather than negotiate a new contract, and Jenna tries to have her hair cut for publicity and attention.
Jack tries to turn an accidental obituary for Jenna into a marketing opportunity for her Janis Joplin-based biopic. Meanwhile Liz makes friends with a group of single women while away from work for sexual harassment.
Jack has second thoughts about marrying Elisa when he finds out she killed her first husband for cheating. Meanwhile, Jenna tries to hook up with a sexy paramedic, and Tracy's wife asks him to get a tattoo of her.
Jack brings in several famous musical artists to perform a benefit song so his biological father can get a kidney, Tracy is afraid to speak at his high school's graduation, and Liz finds a talent in giving irresponsible relationship advice.
Liz and Pete are forced to search for new talent, but don't want the writers to know. Meanwhile, a dispute over Jack's bonus causes Kenneth to start a page strike, Jenna goes "Country," and Tracy tries to relate to the average person.
Jack goes to Washington to answer questions about GE, and discovers that his old nemesis, Devon Banks, is leading the investigation. Meanwhile, Jenna and Tracy find new ways to punish Liz for looking for new talent.
Jack forces Liz to travel to Georgia with him so that they can find new talent that represents the "real" America, Tracy is scared that he will be a victim of the celebrity "rule of threes," and Jenna makes friends with the writers.
The tables are turned when production begins on Liz's new talk show, "Dealbreakers," and she experiences what it's like to walk a mile in Jenna's shoes. Jack, dealing with pressure from Devin, calculates how to make "Dealbreakers" a success. Meanwhile, Tracy takes on the ultimate Hollywood challenge in order to prove his commitment to his wife. Everyone pitches in to help Tracy reach his goal, including Kenneth, Dotcom, Grizz and even Whoopi Goldberg.
Jack hooks up with an old crush who found him on a social networking site, the writers invent a religion to get out of playing Secret Santa with Kenneth, while Pete vows revenge on Jenna for not pitching in on a Christmas present.