Tony looks at photographs as the Rev. Sr. brings in drinks. Tony says that Rev. Sr. was a good-looking guy back in those photographs. Rev. Sr. says he's still a good-looking guy. He says those pictures were taken fifty-seven years ago. "So that makes you...?" Tony asks. "Old," is Rev. Sr.'s answer. He says he's eighty-three years old. He asks what Tony needs with the Reverend. Tony says they have a little business to discuss. Rev. Sr. talks about the war and the people he fought with. They discuss the History Channel, the Bible, and freedom. If this were a first date, it'd be pretty much over right here. Tony gets up and says he'll catch up with the Rev. Jr. another time. He leaves. See? Bad date.
In a hospital room, Tony's fucking around with some sort of organ puzzle display thing. I think it's the heart, but I can't be sure. Uncle Junior comes in and tells Tony that if he breaks that thing, he has to pay for it. Tony tosses an organ aside and turns around. They stare at each other for a while. Tony says that if he knew Junior was going to be out so quickly, he wouldn't have had that discussion with "that calzone with legs." Hee. Junior says that Bacala told him the message. Tony says, "Well, don't fucking pout. Be grateful I'm letting you earn." Junior asks what's on his mind. Tony asks how Junior swung this meeting. Junior explains that the cardiologist is the son of some guy they know. According to the house arrest rules, he's allowed to leave his house for doctor's appointments, so the cardiologist is letting Junior use the office whenever he needs to conduct business. Smart. They can't bug you in the doctor's office. Tony asks Junior if he heard about Masserone Construction. Junior says that Bacala is taking care of it. Tony says it has to go sixty-forty his way. Junior asks if Tony made peace with his mother. Tony says, "That's enough with that shit." He tells Junior to let it go. Junior says that Livia doesn't know what she's saying half of the time. Tony tells Junior that he heard the tapes of the two of them talking at Green Grove. He says he doesn't know which half Junior is referring to. "The half that doesn't make any sense? Or the half that played you like a fucking child?" Junior says that nobody played him, and that Livia didn't know she was setting Tony up to get whacked. Junior bitches that all of his capos were meeting behind his back. Tony says that he had his reasons. He says to let sleeping dogs lie. Junior says that one dog is still barking -- Freddie Capuano, the owner of Green Grove. He's the one that's telling everyone about Soprano business. "Poo! That hairpiece motherfucker," Junior spits. Tony crosses his arms and thinks.