Aprile Abode. Little Lord "The Poo Ass" Fuckpants and TFTSNBN (or The Friend That Shall Not Be Named, as he's alternately known) are enjoying some macaroni and gravy. They praise Christopher's willingness to stand up to Tony, and Joey Pants wanders in and joins the conversation. While he futzes about fetching this week's featured products, he explains that Christopher's rise to the top reminds him of what happened with Tony and Jackie's dad lo those many years ago. He grabs a seat at the table and proceeds to reminisce about the days when he, Tony, The Late Lord Fuckpants, and Silvio had their own little crew, and thought of themselves as "the sixth family." Joey tells the story of how Tony and Jackie Sr. robbed a connected card game, and managed to impress the higher-ups with their initiative. He's not making the story up, because it was mentioned last season, but remember all this later on when his motives come into question. Jackie Jr. asks why Joey didn't participate in the heist, and Pants just looks to the heavens and sighs, "Please. I'm still sick over it." It's worth mentioning that they cut to him on that last part, dressed in a robe just like his ostensible idol Tony. Joey confesses that he caught the clap from some hippie chick, and that his "dick was leaking like a busted pipe." Well that's a trait that certainly seems to run in the Pants family, isn't it? They should really consider seeing The Prick Doctor. You know, when we get to him. The score put Tony (and the closed-captioning is now spelling his name "Toni") and Jackie Sr. on "the fast track to being made," while Joey "was still a little shit-heel like the two of you." TFTSNBN wonders why there weren't any consequences, and Joey explains that a sit-down was held, without mentioning Richie's role in the resolution. His work at last completed, Joey departs the kitchen with one last crack about Jackie making sure to do the dishes properly. LL"TPA"FP rolls his eyes, but then looks as pensive as it's possible for someone that stupid to look.
Episode Report CardAaron: A | 724 USERS: B-
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