Lou walks into Dani's apartment building carrying a bouquet of flowers. He passes a guy about his own age being grilled by a pair of cops, and can't help listening in a little. It seems the poor schmuck is filing a complaint about some lady who took him for a ride, and that he met the lady through an escort service. The lady said she wanted to quit the business, but needed to buy out her contract, so he gave her eighteen grand. Lou pauses, about to ring Dani's bell, and listens as the guy says that the lady grifter's name was Candy. Lou turns and looks at the guy, shocked and pale. The cop says that this same lady has pulled this scam on a bunch of guys. And, you know, poor Lou. But anyone who has watched television, or a movie, or read a book, or read a freaking bedtime story, could see that ending coming. That's the best they could do? I hope it sets up some interesting storyline with Lou next season, because he deserves better. How about Lou takes some college courses and becomes a quasi-feminist?
Tommy, Pa, and Teddy pull up to a train station in Hoboken in Tommy's truck. Tommy reminds Teddy that he should go to Track 5. Tommy also says that he'll pull around to the front entrance, and that after the deed is done, they should run outside. Tommy pauses and thanks Teddy for what he's about to do. Teddy says he's glad to do it.
Franco goes to Laura's apartment and bangs on the door, calling her name. Some random woman answers and says that Laura's not there. The new tenant isn't supposed to say where Laura went. Franco insists that it's an emergency. The new tenant asks if he's Franco. Franco looks relieved and says that he is. The tenant says that she's definitely not supposed to tell him, per Laura's specific directions. Franco starts rattling the door, and the tenant tells Franco that Laura has moved on and that he needs to let it go. She closes the door, and Franco yells that he just needs a phone number or a forwarding address.
Tommy sits in his truck and waits for his father and uncle to return. He checks his watch; it's about ten after 5. Jesus shows up in the passenger seat and says something about karma. Heh. He points out that Tommy drove drunk many times, and that it's only by the grace of God (my phrasing, not His) that Tommy didn't kill anyone. Tommy asks if Connor's death was just part of the "goddamn master goddamn plan." Jesus urges Tommy to hang onto some hope and faith, and Tommy sneers. Jesus asks if this is how Tommy wants to remember his only son: "With a bullet in a train station?" Jesus starts bringing up happier memories of Connor: his laugh, his size at birth, how he loved and trusted his father. Tommy sighs, and looks back over, but Jesus is gone. He thinks for a second, and then starts his truck and peels out of his parking spot.