Pussy's back surgery is finished, and Lispy Skip is there to pick him up. Pussy's pretty drugged up here, and he's mumbling and echoing everyone as the doctor tells Skip that the injection went fine and he should start to feel better in a couple of days.
In the car, Pussy tells Skip that his back doesn't feel any different. Skip reminds him that it should take a couple of days for the steroids to kick in. Pussy wants his Jacuzzi. Skip says there's too much stress in Pussy's life. He asks if Tony knows he's back yet. Pussy shouts that Tony doesn't and that he just got back. Skip lisps around that he's seen guys play both sides against the middle before, and he was just checking with Pussy to see if he's legit. Yeah, usually when you ask a mob guy who's a rat for the Feds a question, the first thing out of his mouth is almost always the truth. Pussy shouts that he has to be careful. Skip says that any information about Pussy being an informant went to the grave with Jimmy Altieri. Pussy reminds Skip that he's known Tony for thirty years. Skip says they want results. He reminds Pussy that Tony tried to kill his own mother. Pussy says that Tony is a disgrace. Skip says that Tony's uncle wanted him whacked and that he's talking to a shrink and that Pussy shouldn't take a bullet for this "yuppie."
Lawyers are discussing Junior's case with the judge. Jun's lawyer says that he's innocent until proven guilty and too sick to be kept in jail while they await trial. The prosecution thinks that Junior is a flight risk. They've got Junior sitting with a tank of oxygen to make him look even more pitiful. Jun's lawyer says that Junior hasn't broken the law since sometime in the sixties, and that he pays his taxes every year and should be allowed out while he awaits trial. The judge explains that he'd put Junior under house arrest. He says that Junior would have to stay home, except for doctor's appointments and shopping. The prosecution asks for a Lo-Jack. The judge asks Junior what he thinks of that. Junior says it sounds like Nazi Germany. This doesn't sit well with the judge, and he orders the electronic bracelet before Junior's lawyer can talk him out of it.
Tony's rings an apartment doorbell, but nobody answers. He walks downstairs to try the apartment underneath. The Official Black Man Character Actor Of Insightful Epiphanies Shortly Before An Unexpected Death, also known as Bill Cobbs, answers the door. Tony tells him he's looking for the man's son. He asks if he's around. The man, whom the episode guide is calling "Reverend Sr.," asks if Tony's a friend. Tony only repeats his question again. Rev. Sr. invites Tony into his apartment.