Meanwhile, Chris is in trouble. He's tearing around his apartment, ranting about having been "in the zone" gambling-wise, until the raven ruined it. Adriana, who's performing some sort of bizarre exercise regimen on the floor, sets him straight on the minutiae of avian superstition lore. Chris asks if her mother will lend him the money, but Adriana reports that she's "still paying for her hysterectomy." Okay, heh and ew simultaneously. She tells him he should just sell the expensive new Range Rover if he needs the money, but somehow I doubt that car cost any more than the Mercedes he had before (except that, as I've since been informed, Range Rovers do cost significantly more than that particular model. Remember when I said I didn't know much about cars? Or when I said I'm rarely right about anything? Well, there you go). As they argue, he shoves her back onto the bed, but then apologizes immediately. Before he can say anything more, his pager starts going off and he clutches his forehead in despair.
Morning at Livia's. Svetlana wakes up and discovers that her leg is missing. She immediately gets up and hops down to Janice's room, but no one is there. She hops back to her own room while uttering a torrent of Russian profanity, and I know it really shouldn't be funny, but it is and I can't help it. She picks up the phone and dials, and when someone answers she tells them in Russian, "That slut stole my leg!"
Across town somewhere, Christopher's Range Rover is ready for its close-up. As the camera lingers lovingly on its boxy contours, I just barely notice Christopher beating the crap out of some junkie in the foreground. Something about not making payments, I think. Anyway, Christopher kicks him one last time for good measure, and then climbs into his shiny new SUV and drives off.
Michael Knight: Range Rover, huh? Nice. Very luxurious.
Michael Imperioli: Thanks.
Michael Knight: It's still not as cool as having turbo-boost, though.
Michael Imperioli: They were out of it. It's their busy season.
Back at Livia's, Tony has arrived. Svetlana lets him in, and she's now using Kerry Weaver-style crutches to get around. As Tony walks inside, he notices ex-goomah Irina in the dining room and immediately wants to know why she's there. Svetlana reports that Irina brought her old Russian leg that she used to wear, but it's "a piece of shit" and hurts when she tries to wear it. Irina, meanwhile, is sweetly trying to engage Tony in small talk about her impending marriage and how much she misses him and why can't they just be friends? The two women continue with their own separate conversations as Svetlana tells Tony, "She put into my Sprite three Halcyons," and that the missing leg had all sorts of high-tech features, plus a matching leather Kenneth Cole boot, and cost $20,000. Tony is obviously embarrassed by his sister's actions, and promises to call her. When he asks if there's any food in the house, Svetlana tells him that his mother's meat delivery still comes every week. He goes to the fridge and pulls out a package of capicolla as the two women argue in Russian behind him.