Liz finds herself in a tight spot when the New York Post runs a story about Jack, including a quote from one of his TGS writers calling him a "Class-A Moron" who can "eat their poo." Liz is summoned into Jack's office, nervous about the story. But instead, she finds Jack on top of the moon because his creation "MILF Island" has become a hit for NBC.
Liz isn't off the hook just yet. Before leaving Jack's office, he lets her know he has seen the New York Post article and it's terrible timing for his career. He demands that Liz take serious action to find the culprit.
Liz is feeling the heat to find out which writer was using the New York Post to insult Jack. Kenneth helps her eliminate suspects. Then, all of a sudden, Kenneth remembers he heard Liz give the quote when she was venting about Jack to a New York Post gossip reporter the week before.
Kenneth convinces Liz to come to clean to Jack about her mistake. She busts into his office, determined to do the right thing, but instead finds Jack ready to make a confession of his own. He talks about being ridiculed in his earlier years because of his former stuttering problem. His school even called him a "Class-A Moron." Liz feels terrible.
Liz can't find the heart to admit she was the one responsible for the quotes. Meanwhile, Jack has trapped the writers in his lobby and he turns up the heat, hoping one will eventually confess. Jack wants to hear Kenneth's list of suspects. Kenneth stumbles on his words but doesn't sell Liz out.
The writers are beginning to go crazy outside Jack's lobby, due to the heat and hunger. They begin to blame each other for the New York Post article. Tracy tries to reason with the writers but loses control. Chaos ensues.
Kenneth can't take the heat anymore and decides to take the fall for Liz, even though she tries to stop him. After Kenneth's "confession," Jack tells him how he let the company down and hurt Jack personally. He excuses Kenneth from his office.
Later in the evening, Liz returns to her office and finds Jack waiting for her. Jack still doesn't believe Kenneth was responsible for the New York Post article. His story just doesn't add up. Liz finally confesses. Jack knew it was her the whole time, because of the quote "eat my poo." Jack made up the story about his childhood just to make Liz feel guilty. He says she can now pay him back by agreeing to write the proposed talk show for the winner of the reality show hit, "MILF Island."