Tommy runs back inside to talk to Shinsky some more. He talks about Roger and how he and Janet broke up, and then relates how Tommy thinks he had a chance to get Janet back but screwed it up. Tommy thinks he could bring Janet flowers and give her the soft sell and still get her back, and wonders if Shinsky agrees. Shinsky shrinks, "What do you think?" Tommy thinks he's got a shot. Shinsky says that's what's really important.
Newbie. Deck. Still working. Guys shooting the shit about fishing.
Tommy is still whining to Shinsky. Now he's talking about all Janet's complaints about how he was emotionally unavailable. Shinsky reaches over and puts a coaster under Tommy's beer. Tommy keeps babbling about his wife's friends. Shinsky says he needs to do some work, and Tommy tells him to go ahead, but keeps going on and fucking on about Janet's friends.
Outside, Lou gets up to go to the bathroom and passes Tommy on his way out. Newbie thinks he's done with the deck, but Tommy says he needs to build some steps.
Inside, Lou is talking to Shinsky about his wife. Lou complains that his wife is too set in her ways and unwilling to try anything new. Lou lights up a cigar while Shinsky contemplates how much he really wants that deck.
Newbie saws through some wood. The guys talk about nothing.
Franco talks to Shinsky about how his family thinks he has a problem with commitment, but he thinks he should get all the pussy he can while he's young. Franco asks if it's okay to say "pussy." Shinsky says he'd rather Franco didn't.
Franco cooks some burgers on the grill as Newbie continues to work. Garrity heads inside.
Garrity stops by Shinsky's office and says, "Hey, you're a shrink, right?" Shinsky looks up like, "What now?" He says that he is. Garrity says that's cool, and walks off.
The guys leave for the day. Newbie asks why Shinsky was so pissed off. Tommy says it was because they didn't finish the deck. Tommy is distracted by one of his dead friends walking down the street, complaining that he didn't get a park named after him. Suddenly, the dead friend bursts into flames. Newbie asks Tommy if he's okay, and Tommy looks back down the street, which is empty.
Tommy kneels in front of the candles in church, then crosses himself. He lights a few candles.
Tommy walks into his house. Jimmy reports that Vito and Bobby have gone. Tommy says he guesses it was their time. Jimmy says everyone is vanishing, and that it makes him nervous, like maybe he's next. Tommy promises that Jimmy's not going anywhere. Janet knocks on the door and enters. She explains that the younger kids went to a friend's house for a sleepover and Colleen's out with her friends. Tommy asks if Janet's been drinking, and Janet says she has, a bit, and giggles. Janet moves closer and they start kissing. After a moment, Tommy asks what they're doing. Janet says they're going to go upstairs. Tommy asks where they're going with this. Janet asks if Tommy doesn't want her. Tommy says he didn't say that. Janet says they were always at their best in bed, no matter what other problems they had. She kisses him again and starts walking backwards up the stairs. She falls and lies on the stairs, giggling. Tommy says that she's a little drunk, and that this might not be a good idea. Janet thinks it's a perfect idea. Tommy says he's going to run out to his truck and he'll be back in a few seconds. Janet threatens to start without him. I can't believe Tommy's walking out on this. Not because I think it's a good idea, but because it goes against everything he claims to want.