The construction guy comes in all obvious and sits down next to Bacala with a total guilt look so that even the blind guy in the corner knows what's going on. The guilty construction guy asks for the restroom as Bacala puts away his magazine.
Livia wakes up to Janice arranging flowers in the window. She's playing Pavarotti. Janice starts reminiscing about the times they listened to tenors together. They hold hands and listen to the music. Janice brings her cheek to Livia's hand. They sit quietly.
Driving home, Janice sings to Paul Simon and lights a joint.
Tony stands in a secluded area near some train tracks. Bacala takes some time getting out of his car, prompting Tony to tell Bacala to "start seriously considering salads." Bacala hands Tony money and asks when. Tony says tomorrow morning. He says they're short a couple of guys, so he should make sure he's there. "Consider it exercise," he tells Bacala as he drives off. Bacala takes offense to the words "fat fuck" once Tony has driven away.
Carmela puts down a bowl of salad and calls Tony to the table. AJ starts discussing DNA, asking Carmela to guess how many nucleotides are in each strand. Meadow drones that AJ should just tell her. "A hundred million," AJ tells her. Carmela absently says that's amazing. Tony sits at the table and says that Janice knows what time they eat, and that Carmela shouldn't set a place for her if she's not there. Carmela asks AJ to lead grace. As he starts, Janice busts in with an incredible amount of noise. She sits down, and AJ finishes grace. Tony scolds Janice for being late, and tells her to call if she's going to be late in the future. Janice coos, "Don't send me to bed without dinner, Daddy," and Meadow giggles into her hand. AJ laughs as well. Carmela announces that Meadow passed her driver's test today. Tony stands and kisses her as Janice shouts, "You go, girl!" Meadow jokes about her instructor, and Janice calls him a fascist. Tony asks Janice if she's going to have some sausage. "Oh, I forgot. You don't eat pork." Janice shakes her head quietly. "In that way," Tony finishes. Meadow gives him a look like, "Oh. My. God." Three seconds later AJ starts laughing and goes, "Oh, I get it." He's all nodding and shit. Tony says there's nothing to get and that Janice is a vegetarian. Janice smiles as she spoons herself some potatoes.
Out back at the pool, Tony has his feet in the water. Janice joins him. They make small talk for a little while about fireflies and nature. Janice puts her feet in the water. Janice says she knows that it's not his favorite subject, but she'd like to tell him the good news about Livia. She says that she's getting better and should be getting released soon. Tony asks how she can be getting better when there's nothing wrong with her. Janice explains that it's called "face-saving therapy," and that the patient has to think she's improving to get better. She says it shouldn't be much longer now, and Livia will need a place to stay when she gets out. "She's out on the street," Tony says. Janice says that the house is, in fact, Livia's. "Dead people don't have houses," Tony says, never looking up from the water. Janice reminds him that their father bought that house. Tony says that Livia should go back to Green Grove. Janice says she doesn't have that kind of money. Tony just puffs his cigar until Janice tells him to fuck himself. She lights a cigarette, and these two are making me want a cigarette so bad I'm thinking about lighting up my cat's paw.