Tommy is driving when his phone rings. It's Miami Mike. Tommy pulls over to take the call.
Meanwhile, Teddy waits on the sidewalk in front of the House of a Thousand Cats with the three Gavin kids. Connor complains that Tommy is late again, and Teddy promises that he'll be there soon.
Tommy finishes his call and sees Jesus riding shotgun. Tommy explains that he needs the pills for his hand so that he can save people at work. Jesus calls Tommy "a real man" and "a real hero." Tommy gets pissed and starts driving erratically down the street. Jesus gets nervous, probably at how bad the blue screen effect is as they drive down the street. Tommy starts driving straight at a tractor-trailer parked across the street, and brakes at the last possible moment to avoid collision. He looks over, but Jesus is gone. I don't really get what that whole scene was about.
Lou is on a date with his whore/fake girlfriend. The whore orders one of pretty much everything on the menu, which causes Lou to say he's fine with the bread and a glass of water. The waitress totally pulls an attitude, which cracked me up. Lou tells the whore, Candy, that he doesn't usually do this, and then says that he expected Candy to be "a little bit more, you know, whorish." Candy promises that they'll get there. Lou explains that he doesn't need those services, and asks if she might prorate. Candy says no. She asks if this is about revenge, and Lou says that it's a fake relationship. Candy totally gets it, and asks where the other woman is hiding. Lou points out Sandra, who is standing across the street. Candy leans over and gives Lou a big fat kiss. She sits back down and asks if Sandra is waving him over. Lou glances and sees that Sandra is. Candy says she's going to the restroom so that Lou can go talk to her. She also advices him not to skip out on the check, or she'll "hunt [Lou] down and hack [his] balls off."