AJ and Blanca go out for a fancy dinner. The waiter delivers a dessert that Blanca didn't order, which she complains about, until she lifts the top and finds an engagement ring. Oh, AJ. Bad move. AJ explains that he's not like Hector's dad, and that he'll work his ass off to take care of Blanca and her son. AJ goes on to reveal his future employment plans: he's already night manager at the pizzaria, and he thinks soon he'll be managing in the day. Then somehow he'll make the jump to owning his own chain of nightclubs and restaurants. That's a pretty big leap. Blanca still isn't sure what to say, but admits that she does love him. AJ asks her to marry him, and have children with him so Hector can have brothers and sisters. I wonder if AJ told anyone in his family about his plans, even Meadow. That would have been an interesting conversation. Blanca checks out her engagement ring (which isn't that big by this show's standards), and finally says, "Okay." Not exactly a ringing endorsement.
Tony pays a visit to the Spatafore home to have a talk with Little Vito. Tony asks what happened in school today, and alludes to a problem with a "developmentally disabled" girl. Tony wonders if Phil wasted his time in talking to Vito, and adds that Vito was always a good kid. Vito bitches that Tony doesn't even get his name right half the time. Tony says that Vito Sr. loved his son, and Vito wonders if he and Tony were "butt buddies." Tony doesn't take the bait, instead quite sensitively pointing out that Vito probably misses his father a lot, no matter what kind of man he was. Vito yells that he's not moving to Maine, and Tony raises his voice and says that no one wants that. He grabs Vito's face and tells him to "knock this weird shit off or [Tony] will introduce him to a plate glass window." Vito doesn't look that frightened, so maybe he has a death wish. He wishes someone had told his dad to "knock off the weird shit." Tony echoes the phrase pinned on his bulletin board in the hospital: "You go about in pity for yourself. What about your mother? What about what she's been through?" Interesting, since for most of this episode, Tony has bounced from place to place looking for some pity. Tony releases the boy and sits back. He advises Vito that he's the man of the house now, and that he needs to start acting like it. Vito just sits there, stone-faced. Tony pats Vito's arm before he leaves.