Little Vito's showering after gym class with the other boys. They actually have dividers, which is better than my school's showers, which were just one big room. Anyway, the other boys persist in calling Vito a fag and worse, so he squats slightly, farts, and then squeezes out a juicy turd. And seriously, he might want to see a doctor, because it's like soft-serve ice cream. The other boys are disgusted -- even more so when Vito proceeds to step in his own feces. Dude. Get that kid into therapy. The other boys all start screaming and yelling in disgust.
At dinner, Paulie is telling one of his old time stories. Tony interrupts to check in with his guys on their upcoming payouts. Bobby asks if everyone heard about Little Vito shitting in the shower, and adds that he's been expelled from school. Tony empathizes with Marie's daughter, Francesca. Christopher agrees that it's "a tragedy; like a pebble in a lake, even the fish feel it." Interestingly, they think Vito is the pebble, when I would argue that Tony is. Anyway, Tony muses that despite his shortcomings, Vito was a Family member, and Phil certainly isn't going to handle the problem. Paulie and Christopher exchange a look like, "Seriously? We're on Vito's side now?" Tony is also pissed that Phil killed Vito without permission. Bobby tells him to let it go. Christopher and Paulie both agree with Tony's idea to help Marie out. Does it seem like the crew is turning into a bunch of yes-men? They agree that Tony should bet all his money. They agree that he should stop. They agree that Phil should help Vito. They agree that Tony should. Whatever whim Tony comes up with, they agree with. And granted, if Tony were my boss, I'd probably agree with whatever he said too, but it seems like these guys used to state their opinions once in a while. Anyway, Tony says he needs to see Slava, to "liquidate some offshore assets."
AJ drives his car, which is festooned with Puerto Rican flags, carrying Hector in the back. He arrives in the city and tells Hector that they are going to enjoy "the Latino Day parade." He meets up with Blanca, accompanied by her brother Jesus. She plops Hector in their car and hands AJ a bag of clothes. AJ doesn't get it. Blanca gives him back his ring and says that she can't keep it, because she doesn't "feel it." The hell? What is her problem? I don't know if it's bad writing, bad acting, or my own stupidity, but I have no idea why she's breaking up with AJ. Then again, he doesn't either. Blanca and Jesus take off, leaving AJ stunned.