Close-up on a starter pistol. A.J.'s swim meet. Carmela cheers A.J. on, but it sounds like she's just calling him in for dinner. No Tony or Meadow to be seen, by the way. The extra standing behind Carmela is really digging his role, by the way. He's just swaying back and forth, clapping, staring at the wrong part of the pool. I love it.
A.J. walks up in his towel and swim shoes after the meet. Carm hugs him and says it was so exciting. He says he almost came in second. He sees that Tony isn't there and is disappointed. Carm says that Tony got called away and that he'll make the next meet. A.J. points out that the season is over, and Carm corrects herself, saying that Tony will be at the next meet next year. "Okay," A.J. says, and walks away. Carmela is unhappy.
Tony walks into his lawyer's office, carrying a duffel bag. He asks if the lawyer has a safe. He does. He opens the duffel bag. It is filled with cash. Four hundred thousand dollars, actually. He says that "if this goes down" he's getting out of the "area code." He says that Carmela might come in every week, asking for an allowance, and the lawyer is to always give her the money. If for some reason she needs all of it, he's to give it to her. Tony says Carm's smart enough that she probably won't do that, but just in case, he should give it all to her if she needs it. The lawyer asks what he should do if Tony's gone longer than the money lasts. Tony says he won't have to go into his own "kick." Tony says the witness can't remain nameless forever, and the lawyer says he didn't hear that.