Up on the farm, Chris and Diet Tony are enjoying a lovely al fresco dinner with Uncle Pat and his daughter Louise. There's some banter about whether Chrissy grew up in the "inner city," even though he lived next door to "the largest shopping mall in New Jersey," and then Uncle Pat sends Louise to go fetch some dessert. Once she's gone, Diet Tony announces that they know where Christopher's canned peaches are buried, but that they'll still need some help finding the ones Johnny Soprano left behind. Unfortunately, Uncle Pat no longer remembers where "the Johnson brothers" are buried, so he can't give them an answer. But don't get too worried about it. This entire scene will be rendered utterly meaningless in just a few short moments.
Cut to Chris and Diet Tony, digging away by the light of a few lanterns. They're worried about possibly having to excavate the entire farm in order to find the Johnsons, because they know that's what Tony will tell them to do. "Let him come up here and dig," suggests Diet Tony. "Please," answers Chris. "He's a heart attack waiting to happen." Diet Tony: "That's no joke. Our bodies are 86\% water. His last blood test, he was 65\% zeppola." That's funnel cake to you and me, by the way. Diet Tony goes on with a few more fat jokes, much to Christopher's amusement. You see? Nothing makes people bond more than bitching about the boss. That's why all us recappers are such close friends. Ow! All right, fine. I deserved that punch. Sorry, Wing. ["That goes both ways, hoss. Why do you think Sars and I have IM?" -- Wing Chun] "I should talk to him," sighs Diet Tony. "It's a shame, you know, because he used to be the funnest guy in the world." Christopher adds that, now that Tony is on top, he's really started to isolate himself. "Yeah," agrees Diet Tony. "Just him and his money." Christopher suddenly strikes something hard with his shovel, and he brushes away some dirt to reveal a skull. "Who is this guy, anyway?" asks DT. "My first," replies Chris. "A Czechoslovakian guy. This is the second time I'm moving him." Of course, the first time around he said he was moving him to the Pine Barrens, so wouldn't that make this the third time?