Junior is in his kitchen, placing an order, by phone, for a fruit basket. Tony walks in, and thinks the basket is for Vinnie. Junior says that it's for Melvoin, his lawyer, who had a stroke. Junior says that Melvoin won't be able to speak that well, and that he can't work a full schedule for about a year. Junior happily says that they'll have to postpone his retrial. Tony is happy too. Junior wonders if he should eventually get a lawyer who's more with it. Tony grabs some coffee and brings up the Johnny Sack situation, and says that Junior is probably losing money. Junior gets confused, and Tony gets annoyed. Tony asks for Junior's advice on the situation. Junior seems to think it over, and then asks if he gave the fruit-basket people Melvoin's office or home address. Tony can't believe that Junior isn't helping him out, and yells that he doesn't know what to do. Junior asks if "Phil's son" was made. Tony realizes that his uncle is totally out of it, and is not going to be any help. Junior apologizes, and blames it on the news about his lawyer. Tony says that Junior is going a little squirrelly in the house. Junior advises Tony, "Tell Phil." Tony expectantly asks what that means, but Junior was bluffing. Tony gets up to leave, and says that it's not important. He shakes Junior's hand and reminds him to eat lunch. Tony pauses at the door and looks at his uncle, and then leaves.
Larry Boy and Patsy Parisi (I think?) bitch that Johnny Sack is screwing up their business. They think Tony should just give up Diet Tony. Bobby doesn't think Tony knows where Diet Tony is staying. The other guys scoff. Patsy Parisi says he feels bad for Christopher, and Larry Boy says that Tony is "very adroit" at keeping his family safe, but the rest of them can fuck off.
Having realized that Junior can't provide counsel, Tony goes to see Melfi. She asks how things are going since he moved back in with Carmela. Tony just nods, and then blurts that he had a dream a few weeks ago, and that it was one he's had before, about his high-school coach. Melfi asks what happened. Tony sheepishly admits that in high school, the coach told him that he was special. Melfi wonders why this is coming up now. Tony says that he went to see A.J.'s coach, because A.J. hasn't been starting anymore. Melfi asks why. Tony says that A.J. is devoting more time to academics. Ha! Melfi asks about Tony's cousin. Tony says it's not so good, but that he can't talk about it. Melfi says that it's difficult to treat Tony when he can't talk about parts of his life. Tony angrily says that his cousin's trouble affects him tremendously. Melfi shrugs. Tony says that he cares about his cousin. Melfi reminds Tony that they discussed how Tony's feelings for his cousin "stem from guilt and shame." Tony tries to deny it, but Melfi says that once again, Tony is "going into high sentimentality mode." Tony yells that he and Diet Tony were children together. Melfi says it's like with A.J., and Tony is upset that the coach didn't say that A.J. is special. Tony pouts. Melfi yells that Tony should own his feelings. Tony says that he's confused. Melfi snarks, "But...we can't talk about it." Tony says that it's his mess, and all his choices were wrong.