The main plot concerns Jack setting up an investigation about his past so that GE doesn't learn anything scandalous about him. The guy he hires, Lenny Wozniak (Buscemi) tells him he has to get rid of his cookie jar collection, since it was a similar hobby that cost John Kerry the 2004 Presidential election (yeah, right). Meanwhile, Liz has to make sure Tracy's wife Angie (Sherri Shepherd), who is hanging around the office all day long and imposing African- American-friendly jokes for TGS, doesn't find out about his visits to strip clubs, and Kenneth is instructed to make sure Jenna, who is more popular now that she's fat (her new catchphrase is "Me want food!"), doesn't lose any weight. His technique, however, makes her horny instead of hungry, with awkward results.
As always, dialogue is the key to success, with Jack's explanation for the collection being the best of the lot (after telling Liz how his mother never made any cookies for him and his siblings, he concludes "So obviously it has nothing to do with my childhood"). Acting-wise, Jack McBrayer gets to be as embarrassingly endearing as ever, and Shepherd uses her episode-long guest spot to perfection, cleverly assisted by Tracy Morgan. As for Buscemi, he wasn't really that funny (the Emmy nomination is difficult to explain), but it has mostly got to do with the brevity of his role. Besides, gotta love him when he says Giuliani became mayor of New York just because his doll collection was kept secret. Hilarious.