Johnny comes into a bar in Little Italy (it's at Mulberry and Grand, if you ever find yourself down there -- I don't remember the name, but the bartender makes a mean vodka tonic). Carmine is smoking and sulking about the restaurant vandalism. Johnny asks how he wants to handle it, adding, "We gotta break this guy's back." Carmine didn't want to do this, but he has to: "Call the union." Johnny nods a little too quickly.
At Vesuvio, Carm fills Rosalie Aprile in on Furio's unexpected departure: "We had a date to go to Color Tile." Rosalie cocks an eyebrow: "A date?" "To look at tile for his mother's apartment," Carmela explains. Ro makes a "pfft" face: "Oh." Hee. I know what I said about too many characters before, but I love Ro, and the show uses her just the right way. Anyway, Carm doesn't get it: "No phone call, no note " She looks at her lap. "I know I sound foolish." Rosalie assures her that she doesn't. Carmela says that when she heard, "I felt like somebody punched me in the stomach. I almost threw up the sacrament." Ro looks concerned as Carm, on the verge of tears, says she doesn't know what she's going to do. Ro tells Carm firmly that there's nothing to do -- "a couple of months, you'll forget all about him," but Carm doesn't know if she can. Something occurs to Ro: "You don't think Tony said somethin' to 'im, do ya?" Carmela bursts into tears and runs from the table.