Cue Mrs. J and the Controlling Bastard. She's busy haranguing him, he's busy ignoring it. I don't understand why couples do this in public. There's something near-operatic about witnessing a couple having a full-scale, nuclear meltdown which ends with someone screaming, "She's my sister! And my daughter! She's my sister and my daughter!" so you've got to respect the drama, but those low-grade persistent whines about "you always" this and "you never" that just make both parties look small and tacky. Danny walks by and wishes them both a happy anniversary, but they're too busy rehashing an argument that started in 1986 to listen. Danny walks off, then walks back to lecture them: "You know, my father would have given anything to spend thirty years with my mother, anything at all, but he never got the chance, and he spent the last 20 years alone. Now, I'm sure the 30 years you two spent together were a hell of a lot better than the 20 years he spent alone." Instead of telling this know-it-all punk to go pound sand, the Bickersons treat his lecture as one to grow on. They begin talking to each other like human beings again, and after Danny shamelessly eavesdrops for a while, he settles the anniversary problem by getting them reservations to a swanky restaurant.
And now he's off to wrap up the Bunny Slippers issue. Nessa is watching as Bunny Slippers systematically loses 97 percent of his winnings. Once he's down to $40,000, she closes down the table, and Danny sits down. He urges Bunny Slippers, "$40,000 is still a lot of money, Tom. Walk away. Just walk away." Tom sniffles and looks at the large pile of plastic-wrapped oatmeal cookies on the table, then takes Danny's advice. In the background -- o! Irony! -- a woman wins big on the slot machine. Danny sighs, and we see the camera that's focused on him.
Then the camera zooms up so we see his image on the monitor. Big Ed is telling another hired goon -- I don't think it's Paulie, but I could be wrong -- that Danny did a good thing there, because "we'd have had that forty grand back in a New York second. Kid did the right thing." Goon nods. Oh, it is Paulie. He asks Big Ed, "Does this mean you're not still pissed at him?" Big Ed gives him a look that implies he thinks Paulie is out of his mind. Then he says, "I'm going to kill him."