Carmela spots a neon sign of a pig, and takes a photo, probably to share with Tony since it kind of looks like the Satriale's sign.
Speaking of Satriale's, the guys are hanging out there, eating and listening to Murmur tell a really stupid joke. Bobby Bacala walks in and announces that Vito was found beaten to death in a motel in Fort Lee. And not only is Vito dead, but he was found with a pool cue rammed up his ass. Wow, am I glad they didn't show that. Because you know what? I get it. I get it that these guys are brutal and animalistic, and it seems like we get reminded of that every season, but for me, hearing Phil go on how horrible gay people are in general, actually makes me think less of him than seeing him ram a pool cue up someone's ass. Maybe that's just me. The guys all silently absorb the news, until Christopher says that he can't believe the balls on Phil to do this. Carlo walks in and says that "you have to admire [Phil] it's not all talk with him." Whoa. I'm surprised Tony didn't punch him for that one. Carlo sees the look on Tony's face and backpedals that Phil saved them all a lot of trouble. Tony leans back and delivers the official word on Vito's death: even though Phil killed a made guy, which would normally be cause for retaliation, Phil was suffering from family shame, and they were planning on killing Vito anyway. Plus, Phil won't brag on it, since he knows he's not supposed to kill made guys. The guys kind of look around like, "Is he buying this? Because I'm not buying this." Tony leaves, and Patsy says that he wishes he borrowed money from Vito. The guy from the supermarket who actually did borrow money from Vito smiles to himself.
In another room, Tony reveals his true feelings to Silvio. He thinks Phil had Vito killed just to get at Tony -- not out of any hatred for Vito. Well, I think it was a little of both. Tony's phone rings, and he sees that it's Carmela, so he takes the call. Tony makes a bunch of jokes about song lyrics and whatnot, and Carmela says that between Tony and Rosalie, she can't handle all of the pop culture references. I think the intimation is that Carmela understands true culture, not pop culture. She tries to tell Tony about all the historical sights, but Tony just wants to make a joke about French toast. Carmela humors Tony for a moment, and then asks about the kids. Tony reports that Meadow doesn't know how to live in the real world, and that AJ might as well be French since he doesn't like to work (his words, not mine). Carmela says that she misses him, and Tony shares the sentiment before hanging up.