At the motel, the lights go out in the office; Petrulio steps into the frame in profile, and we see a maid entering one of the rooms. Petrulio sneaks over to her cart and snags her clipboard, and he sees the Sopranos' names on the room chart. His face freezes.
Remains Of The Day. Anthony Hopkins tells Emma Thompson to leave him alone, and she wants him to show her his book, she's invading his privacy, blah blah blah we-get-it-cakes. On the couch, Father Phil (whose clerical collar is all hanging out of his shirt) and Carmela have broken out the white wine, and they sit beside each other, enraptured by the movie. Emma Thompson slowly wrenches the book out of a transfixed Anthony Hopkins's hands, and as the music on the soundtrack gets more intense, Carmela blurts out tearfully, "Oh, Father, turn it off, I can't handle it." He asks what's wrong, and she wails that she's a terrible person and begins sobbing. He tells her she's "a wonderful woman," but she cries that it's "been building in her" and she needs to get it out, and she blubbers. Father Phil: "Carmela, if I can help -- please." "How?" she asks, turning to face him. He fixes her with The Look. Ew. He manages to save the situation by asking how long she's gone without confessing; when she stammers in response, he says softly, "If you like, I can do this with you." Ew. Sorry, but Father Phil looks exactly like this arrogant, annoying homunculus I used to work with, and his blatant crush on Carmela really squicks me out for that reason. "You, you mean right here, Father, now?" Carmela stutters, and Father Phil suaves that "the whole world is God's house; he hears and sees everything." Yeah, including the fact that you have gotten drunk in a married parishioner's house and started having impure thoughts about her. Father Phil nods, then turns his back and takes out his mini-vestment and puts it on, and Carmela goes into confession mode and says it's four weeks since her last confession, but stops herself to admit that that's a lie: "I haven't truly confessed in -- twenty years." "Go on," he prompts her, and after a silence, she does: "I have forsaken...what is right...for what is easy." Shot of Father Phil looking vaguely nauseated. Carmela, crying again: "Allowing what I know is evil in my house...allowing my children, oh my God, my sweet children, to be a part of it, because I wanted things for them -- wanted a better life, good schools, I wanted this house, wanted money in my hands, money to buy anything I ever wanted. [sobs] I'm so ashamed." Father Phil listens, brow furrowed; it doesn't seem like any of this comes as a surprise to him. Carmela goes on to say that she thinks her husband "has committed horrible acts," and she says that Father Phil "know[s] all about him," and she's "the same, I've said nothing, I've done nothing about it -- I've got a bad feeling that it's just a matter of time before God compensates me with outrage for my sins."