Seinfeld Vision The gang returns from their summer hiatus. Liz's excitement to be back and see Jack is quickly squashed when he tells her that despite what she thinks, she is not over Floyd. Jack also tells her about his plan for SeinfeldVision, which entails using NBC-owned footage from Seinfeld's show and inserting him into NBC's current shows. Jerry Seinfeld shows up at Jack's office upset about SeinfeldVision. Meanwhile, Jenna has gained weight over the summer after doing the musical, "Mystic Pizza: The Musical!" and Kenneth becomes Tracy's office wife when Tracy's wife kicks him out.
Jack Gets In The Game On the heels of Jack realizing that GE head, Don Geiss may be retiring, Jack's nemesis, Devin, returns engaged to Don's daughter. Always up for good competition, Jack shows up at a dinner where Devin and Don are and is invited to Don's house that weekend. However, when Kenneth accidentally lets it slip that Jack recently had a heart attack, Devin feels he can knock Jack out of the race. Meanwhile, Liz tries to get her life in order after Jack and Jenna lay into her about getting it together. Jenna starts to enjoy the fame her fat is bringing her. Kenneth plots to get Tracy and his wife Angie back together.
The Collection In an effort to cut off any chance of GE digging up dirt against him, Jack hires his own private investigator, Len, to head them off. However, when Jack learns that he must give up his secret cookie jar collection, it almost proves to be too much of a sacrifice. Tracy's wife, Angie, announces that she is going to be with him at all times to make sure that he behaves. Liz thinks this will be good for Tracy, however, when Tracy forces Liz to cover for him, she quickly learns that it doesn't pay to be on Angie's bad side. Jenna is enjoying all the success and admiration her weight gain has brought until she realizes that she is starting to lose the weight.
Rosemary's Baby When Liz meets her idol, Rosemary Howard, she invites her to be a guest writer on the show. However, Rosemary's radical ideas that Liz grew up admiring are now too controversial for Liz's NBC show. When Liz refuses to fire Rosemary, Jack pressures Liz, who promptly quits. Jack brings Tracy to a therapist to figure out why he must do the opposite that he is told. Meanwhile, after Jenna ruins Kenneth's page jacket, Kenneth must compete in a page-off in order to keep his job.
Greenzo As part of a GE-wide green initiative, Jack has come up with the idea of creating a green mascot for NBC - a Philly Fanatic-looking character named Greenzo. When Greenzo's eco-friendly preachiness gets obnoxiously out of hand in The Girlie Show offices, and during a press tour appearance, it's Liz who gets fed up the most with this ridiculous character. At the same time, Kenneth is planning his annual house party, a boring little soiree where Liz has been the only one who ever showed up in the past. Tracy wants the party to be a success for Kenneth, so he spreads a few little rumors to get the event hopping. What starts out as simple office gossip, gets out of control.
Somebody To Love Jack attends a cocktail party honoring Colin Powell, and there, he falls for C.C., a Democratic congresswoman from Vermont. Although they are on the opposite sides of the fence, Jack and C.C. ignore their political differences, and attempt to be a couple under the radar. Liz thinks her Middle Eastern neighbor might be a terrorist. After all, he won't shake Liz's hand; has maps all over his house, and helps Pete rewire the toaster. But Liz is paranoid, and tips off his neighbor's whereabouts to an official at the Homeland Security office.
Cougars As part of his community service, Tracy takes on the duties of coaching an inner city little league team from Knuckle Beach, the worst neighborhood in New York. Jack has a special interest in the team and wants to turn these underprivileged kids into winners. He showers them with gifts of a new scoreboard, backstop, a fresh pitcher's mound and tuxedo uniforms, only to have the plan backfire with protests and uprising. To make matters worse, Jack fires Tracy as coach and hires Kenneth as the new team leader. Back in the writer's room, Jamie the new young, hot coffee boy asks Liz out on a date to a gallery opening. There's a 17-year age difference between the two, but Jamie thinks Liz is only 29. Jack and Jenna urge Liz to go on the date and embrace the age difference. But Liz is not so sure about her new boy toy.
Secrets And Lies C.C. wants to go public with her relationship with Jack, but Jack is still very reluctant. Meanwhile, Liz continues to appease both Tracy and Jenna as stars of TGS with Tracy Jordan. To pacify Tracy, Liz fakes a satellite transmission to accept an award from the Pacific Rim Emmys, and it infuriates Jane. She goes diva on Liz by being late to rehearsals and hiring two personal assistants. Liz quells Jane's temper by pulling a few tricks to make her feel special as well.
Ludachristmas It's holiday time and the staff of "TGS with Tracy Jordan" is having their annual "Ludachristmas" party - complete with music, merriment, "The Human Table" and a Horny Santa. Unfortunately, Tracy can't participate due to his newly court mandated alcohol monitoring bracelet. Since holidays mean special family time, Liz's parents, Dick and Margaret Lemon, and her 40-year-old brother Mitch, who suffers from memory loss due to a skiing accident and thinks he is 17-year-old high school senior, come to gloat over their "beautiful genius" daughter. Jack's jaded mother, Colleen, even shows up unexpectedly from Florida. The Lemons and the Donaghys go to dinner together, where Colleen spends the night trying to break the eternal optimism of the Lemon family. Meanwhile, in the spirit of Christmas cheer, Kenneth decides to teach the writing staff a lesson on gratitude by inviting a priest to the party.
Episode 210 Jack meets with German TV executives to close a deal on the purchase of the largest cable network in North America. Motivated by Jacks financial advice, Liz decides to invest in real estate, but must appear before a co-op board to lobby for the apartment she loves. Jack and C.C. continue their long distance relationship with rendezvous in various cities. Meanwhile, Tracy buys a cappuccino machine for the TGS with Tracy Jordan staff and stations it on Kenneths desk. Kenneth, who calls hot liquids the devils temperature, tries coffee for the first time, and is immediately addicted.
MILF Island The TGS staff has been obsessing all season over the new reality hit MILF Island. While watching the riveting finale, pitting Debra vs. Deborah as the final two MILFs, Jack who is riding high on this programming feat is blindsided by a blind item that ran in the New York Post. The Page Six column reveals a staffer referring to Jack as a Class A Moron and saying, That guy can eat my poo. This isn't the best timing since Jack is in the running for Chairman and had high hopes that the success of MILF Island would help him seal the deal. In an effort to identify the disloyal employee he forces Jonathan to turn up the heat in the writers room until one of them breaks.
Subway Hero Jack wants Liz to book The Subway Hero, New York's newest celebrity, who jumped in front of a train to save a total stranger who had fallen on the tracks. It turns out that the hero is none other than Liz's ex boyfriend, Dennis, The Beeper King. Dennis agrees to do the show, and tries to win Liz back into his life. Meanwhile, Jack wants to find a young and hip Republican celebrity for the weekend's John McCain fundraising dinner, but the only talent he is able to secure is Bucky Bright, a TV star from the 1940s and 1950s. Though Jack rejects him, Kenneth is a fan and offers him a tour of the studio, which rewards him with many stories of old Hollywood. Meanwhile, Jack tries to persuade Tracy to become the celebrity face of the Republican Party.
Succession Don Geiss decides to name Jack his successor as the Chairman of GE, over Jack's rival, and Geiss' future son-in-law Devin Banks. Jack, in turn, chooses Liz as his successor because she "always has his back," and he can trust her. However, a shocking turn of events involving Geiss' health jeopardizes Jack's promotion. Meanwhile, Tracy realizes that his son did not invite him to Bring Your Dad To School Day and thinks that he is embarrassed by his career.
Sandwich Day Liz gets a phone call from her ex-boyfriend Floyd, whose flight has been cancelled and needs a place to stay overnight. After a decision by the Board of Directors, Jack is demoted down to the 12th floor causing him to question his future with the company. Meanwhile, it's Annual Sandwich Day at TGS, and the Teamsters give delicious sandwiches to the staff from a mysterious sandwich shop in Brooklyn. Liz is furious when her sandwich is stolen forcing Tracy, Kenneth, Jenna and Frank to uncover the secret location from the Teamsters lead by Mickey J.
Cooter Jack assumes a new political role in Washington, DC. When the job is not what he expected, Jack partners with another government employee, Cooter, to scheme on how to get fired. For his plan to work Jack must enlist the help of former girlfriend C.C.. Meanwhile, Liz is slowly adjusting to life without Jack as a daily sounding board especially when she has a pregnancy scare involving Dennis, the "former" Subway Hero. Kenneth is preparing his personal essay for an application to be a page at the Summer Olympics in Beijing, but Donny, the head page gets in his way. Finally, Tracy is in the advanced stages of the invention that will be his legacy to his children.