Anyhoo. There's a dinner party at Stupid Neighbor's house. They are discussing the Sopranos and their crazy gangster lifestyle. Stupid Neighbor's wife says that there's a new car in the driveway every week. And Stupid Neighbor mentions the cigars and tells Dr. Melfi (who is a guest) that they were meant as a thank you for referring Tony to her. One guest asks about property values with a gangster in the neighborhood, and Stupid Neighbor points out that they live on the safest block in town. The guests compare Mob business practices to all-American business practices, and Stupid Neighbor says that the only difference he can see is "fucking whacking somebody." Giggle giggle. I'm sick of this conversation.
Defiler is ruining my appetite by playing a set at some club. Massive is sitting with Adriana, Christopher, and a whole bunch of Bud Lights. Okay, all these people have money. Why would they be drinking Bud Light? I mean, really. Christopher acknowledges that this isn't really Massive's type of music, but Massive points out that he likes any type of music that "turns shit green." Which I guess means money-making. Turns out the band no longer plays metal, but has opted for churning out the schmaltzy rock ballads that were so popular before the boy-band phenomenon. Defiler has also changed their name to Visiting Day, which is real, um, catchy, and Adriana thinks they blow Matchbox 20 away. Which, I must add, would not be hard. The audience hates Visiting Day almost as much as I do, which Adriana blames on being in the wrong sort of club. Christopher asks Massive if he's interested in the band. Massive is interested, all right. Interested in Adriana.