Carmela shows her spec house to her cousin Brian and his wife, who's pregnant. A home inspector shows up, and Brian introduces them to Hugh and Carmela, their cousins/builders. The inspector looks less than thrilled about the family connections, but heads off with Brian and his wife to start his work. Carmela and Hugh look nervous, like they don't want anything to upset this delicate sale.
Phil takes Little Vito out for ice cream and a chat. Little Vito is sullen and in full goth drag, and Phil accuses him of looking "like a Puerto Rican whore." Vito tries to act tough, and Phil says that he knows that part of growing up is rebelling, but that Vito needs to stop upsetting his mother. Phil announces, "Your family's had enough shame. You should set things right. You understand me? Jesus Christ. Be a man! Be the kind of man she needs -- strong, masculine." The camera cuts to Vito's pudgy, feminine face, covered in makeup. Yeah, I don't think that strong, masculine thing is happening.
Tony's barbecuing for the family, including Meadow, AJ, and Blanca. Tony announces that they need to celebrate Carmela selling her house. Meadow and AJ look legitimately happy for her. Blanca asks if the house is kind of big for two people. AJ says that it's a mansion, and Blanca looks...upset? Disappointed? Not happy. Meadow adds that Brian and his wife are expecting. Blanca eyes Carmela shrewdly, but I have no idea what's going on in that head of hers. I wanted to add that the light was beautiful in that scene -- the golden hour.