Tony meets some guy in a parking lot. Tony is wearing a white striped short-sleeve sweater. It's quite ugly. He asks the guy to walk and talk with him. The guy complains about the activists, so I assume he's with Masserone Construction. He says the activists have been there for three days now, and they're starting to affect production. Tony asks who the leader is, and the guy tells him it's this reverend. Tony reminds him that the joint-fitters union is under Uncle Junior's jurisdiction. The guy says he knows, but he was hoping that Tony could pave the way for him to talk to Uncle Junior and that maybe he could send some guys down in the meantime. Tony says it'll cost him. They haggle figures. Tony says he'll see what he can do. "In the meantime, call Animal Control," he says.
Satriale's Pork House. Pussy walks into a room with Bacala following. It's amazing how similar their bellies are. Tony's surrounded by his men, sitting with his feet up, wearing a Cheshire grin. The room is some kind of meat freezer. "The last man standing," Tony calls Bacala. He keeps giving him a hard time until Bacala just looks down to keep from saying anything or showing any emotion. Tony tells him to look at him and not the floor. He tells him to "talk to that bald cocksucker that calls himself [Tony's] father's brother." Tony says that he's going to tell Bacala everything he needs to tell Junior, and that he needs to keep it between that room and Junior's ears or Bacala will find himself inside eight different dumpsters. Bacala says that he inherited Junior, and he doesn't think that Tony needs to talk to him this way. "I always liked you," he says. Tony says that's bullshit, but he'll assume he likes him now. Tony says that Junior gets five percent now. That's his share. The joint-fitters union is all his now as well. He says that Junior gets to keep his stripes. He says the Feds think that most of the family is in jail right now, and if they hear differently it'll cause confusion. He says the rest of what Junior owns is now Tony's. Bacala says he'll tell Junior everything. "That's it," Tony concludes. Bacala turns to leave but then stops. He turns around and says, "To the victor belongs the spoils." Not missing a beat, Tony answers, "Why don't you get the fuck out of here before I shove your quotations book up your fat fucking ass?" Tony and Bacala are my two favorite characters on this show as it is, and that's my favorite exchange between the two of them. Bacala leaves.