See, wait, where are we now? What is this weird rec room-looking room with a flag? Everyone's having coffee. Oh, duh. This is totally an AA meeting, isn't it? My name is Djb, and I'm an idiot. Hi, Djb! Anyway, Mick confides quietly to Tommy that he's done some checking up on Father Murphy. Tommy sighs deeply and counsels Mick to "give it up," but Mick continues that "the kid is by his side all goddamn day and most of the night. In the rectory." And knowing what the press has told me about the Catholic church in the past few years, that can't be a good thing. Not to mention the fact that the word "rectory" is just kind of dirty on its own, y'know? Mick continues that the kid has been through some hard times and that his home life is a mess, which inspires Tommy to quip, "Yeah, we're from Disneyland."
Candy and Lou (not their real names, which always nice to have in common) finish their NYC walkabout and end up at what I guess is the front door of her apartment building. She thanks him for walking her home and then invites him up, but he begs off with no real destination. She tries again, offering to brew some tea, and Lou looks around at the cartoon heat lines rising off the New York streets and informs her, "It's like eighty-five degrees out." Dude, "tea" means "free hooker sex." Have you never been on a date before? She offers him iced tea instead (translation: "iced free hooker sex," I guess), which he accepts and follows her in for a little iced free hooker afternoon delight.
Tommy gets into his car and discovers Jimmy sitting in the passenger seat. "I asked you," he starts. "Asked you to keep on banging my wife, didn't I? I gave you permission to sleep with my wife." Tommy nods that this is so, but Ghosty keeps on him: "Instead...you turn her into a full-blown lesbian. How the goddamn hell does that happen?" Tommy purses his lips and tosses back his answer, a casual "Well, you said she wanted a girl, right?" Ha! Oh, that is so by far my favorite line of this episode. Even Ghost Cousin has to laugh, until, that is, he hauls off and clocks Tommy square in the jaw. Tommy recovers quickly, noting, "I'd like nothing better than to get into a big, ghosty walking dead man brawl with you right now, but..." I'm not sure he actually says "ghosty." He might say "ghostin'." Either way, funny. Ghost Cousin threatens, "But what?" but when Tommy looks back to respond, Ghost Cousin is gone. The old "punch and run" is really becoming a popular method of communication in this episode.