The episode was fun and funny, no doubt. I had a good time with it. But the characters and writing seemed a little out of synch. Kenneth seemed oddly aggressive and forthright, especially after thanking Tracy for shoving him at the beginning. Paul was wonderful as the prince, but the character seemed a little too surreal for the general scope of the show, and the Liz/Jack story was fun, but surprisingly cliché in a show generally so surprising in its choices.
Also, the individual storylines (Jenna, Pete and Liz) were all strong, but failed to connect with each other the way storylines generally do.
Despite this, the show still was strong. I enjoyed another fine installment and look forward to another episode.