Meanwhile, as the priest is preparing for the service, Janice corners him in his office to deliver her demo tape, saying she wishes she'd "had it for [her] mother's funeral" I guess it couldn't be much worse than the song she actually did play. She also lets him know that "Tommy Mottola at Sony? Looks like he's going to offer us a deal." I can't believe that after everything that's happened this season, they couldn't throw Warner Records one lousy product placement. I mean, that's just harsh.
In another corner of the building, Chris is apologizing for doubting Tony. "I'm only here out of respect to you, but I'm sorry I was mooshada there, and I appreciate that you were looking out for me." He really seems to be pretty heartfelt about the whole thing, adding, "You were close to the kid, I know " "No, you don't know," responds Tony, and that shuts Christopher up for a moment. "Anyway," he finally stammers, "what I said, about not loving you? That's not how it is." Tony doesn't even give him so much as a nod before turning and walking away. I really have to wonder how someone with such poor people skills managed to get where Tony is today. He treats everyone like crap pretty much all the time (and doubly so when he's accepting an apology), and yet everyone else genuinely seems to like him. Perhaps some things are best left unexplained.