A.J. sits in his room, talking on the phone. Surprise. Carmela knocks and walks in. A.J. quickly slams his laptop shut. Porn? Carmela bitches at him for talking on the phone all night. A.J. asks her to knock, which she actually did. Carmela yells at him about his college applications, and A.J. tells her to chill, and then ignores her to continue his phone conversation. Man, he needs to be smacked. Carmela tells him to hang up, and he actually does. Carmela tells him that she knows he won't like working at McDonald's. A.J. snots, "Could you amp up the drama a little?" Which was kind of funny. Carmela says she's withholding his allowance until he finishes the applications, which A.J. deems "not even practical." Tony walks in and asks what's going on. Carmela fills him in, and Tony agrees with her on the allowance issue. A.J. says that he made $300, after expenses, by putting on a party. Tony asks what the expenses were, and A.J. says there was a band. Is that the current slang for a keg? A.J. says that people said it was the best party all year. Carmela asks if there was drinking, and A.J. says that they just held the party, and tha people may have brought drinks with them. That sounds like one of those loopholes that you totally believe in high school, but wouldn't hold up in a court of law. Like refusing to take a breathalyzer. Tony orders A.J. to do his applications now.
Tony and Carmela walk out of the room and have a conference in the hallway. Carmela says that she was talking to A.J.'s college advisor. Tony thinks it's "Wegman," but Carmela says that A.J. was switched around. Carmela says that A.J. once asked his advisor about good schools to study event planning. Tony is confused, and Carmela just shrugs. They walk into the bedroom as Tony asks what it event planning is. Carmela isn't sure. Tony asks, "It's gay, isn't it?" Hee! Carmela says that you're around rich people, and Tony shrugs. Carmela adds that A.J.'s always watching that Mike Myers movie about Studio 54. Tony is worried about the gayness again. They get into bed. Carmela kind of shrugs. Tony still looks concerned, but says that at least A.J.'s excited about something. They both stare at the ceiling, puzzled.
Tony pulls into Johnny Sack's driveway. The two men go into the back yard, under a deck. Tony starts by saying that Phil needs to know that punishment has been meted out, and in the end, they are there to put food on the table for their families. Johnny says that Phil doesn't accept it. Tony tells Johnny to make Phil accept it. Tony wants to talk about "the five-hundred-pound elephant in the room." An elephant that is the size of Ginny's mole? Tony points out that Johnny started it when he whacked Lorraine Colluzzo, Little Carmine's ex-girlfriend. Johnny asks what kind of man bangs his second cousin. Tony asks if Johnny is the cardinal now. Tony points out that Johnny's only hurting both their businesses. Johnny asks for suggestions. Tony says that Phil has a price, and that Johnny needs to meet it. Johnny isn't convinced. Tony gets closer and growls, "I paid enough, John. I paid a lot." Johnny sighs that he might be able to sell it, and that they've had discussions. Tony eases up and wonders why Johnny didn't say that at first. Johnny doesn't like to give concessions, and Tony smiles and says that they can't go backwards now. The two men hug. Johnny brings up how everyone wants to be boss, and how they have no idea. Tony says he told Johnny that long ago. Johnny exhales and says that it's good to see Tony again. Tony says he looks forward to working with John again. As Tony speaks, over Johnny's shoulder, two men with guns emerge from the woods. Tony spots them, and the surprise registers on his face. He glances quickly at Johnny, either to warn him or to see if he knew this would happen, and then takes off. I've never seen Tony move so fast. Johnny turns and sees the guy, who we can now tell are Feds, coming across his lawn. Johnny takes off too.
Tony runs through the snow, and ditches his gun in the woods. Dozens more Federal agents pull up in front of Johnny's house and walk in the front door. Outside, Johnny runs into some agents going one way, turns and runs the other way. More agents burst into the house, scaring the crap out of Ginny. Johnny is still trying to escape, but he slips in the snow, and does a face plant in the driveway. The Feds take him into custody, covered in snow. More agents handcuff the poor gardener.