Jack deals with NBC’s new environmentally-friendly mascot, whose newfound stardom goes to his head. Meanwhile, it’s time for Kenneth’s annual house party—it’s only been attended by Liz in the past, so in order to get a better turnout Tracy spreads rumors that ultimately get out of hand.
Liz meets her longtime idol, Rosemary Howard, and invites her to be a guest writer on TGS with Tracy Jordan. However, Rosemary’s ideas turn out to be too much for the show, prompting Jack to pressure Liz into firing her. Meanwhile, Jack takes Tracy to a therapist to explain to him why he must do the opposite of what he is told, and Jenna ruins Kenneth’s page jacket—causing him to compete in a page-off to keep his job.
Bob and David introduce their daughter, yes their daughter, Superstar, who flashes forward as an adult played by Jill to talk about her deprived childhood. David plays a man deadset on returning America to it’s purebread white roots. The Recruiters stars Bob & David as people who recruit younger stars. Superstar (Adult) hosts the blame-a-thon which features a man who does nothing but fart. Superstar commands the cast to dance.