Pussy and Tony walk to their arsenal. Tony asks for his own gun. Pussy says that he and Furio can do this without Tony. Tony says he wants to do it. He says to cut Furio loose: "Three's a crowd." Pussy looks worried that he's going to get whacked in the process now.
Cut to Tony and Pussy dragging Matt to an abandoned room. They tie his bloodied body to a chair. Matt's crying, saying it wasn't him. "Just Sean. Just Sean." Pussy asks why he's shaking. Matt says he's about to be killed for something he didn't do. Tony says they would have killed him already if they were going to. Matt starts whining again that it was Sean and that he wanted to score points with Richie. He says he'll tell Tony anything he wants to know. Tony lights a cigar and asks what Richie said. Matt says that it had nothing to do with Richie and that he got mad when he told him. Tony tells Matt to lean in towards him. Matt pisses his pants. Tony asks if anybody else was involved. Matt says it was Sean "all the way." Tony says that Matt's a good kid. Matt says he's thirsty. Tony asks Pussy to get him something to drink. "You want a Fanta? Something like that?" Pussy asks. Matt takes the can of Fanta and drinks the entire thing. Tony asks how it was. "I mean, you sure you want a diet drink? You don't want something with some sugar in it?" Pussy says there's only diet. Matt says it's good, and finishes the can. "Thank you, T," he warbles. "Because that sugarless motherfucker is the last thing you're gonna have." Matt starts crying and raises his arms all Christ-like. He begs until Tony shoots him. Pussy shoots him. Again. And again. Tony shoots him again. They empty their chambers into Matt's chest. We pan down his bloodied corpse.
Church. Paulie tells the priest he's been donating to the parish for twenty years and now this psychic tells him he's haunted by ghouls. The minister says that Paulie shouldn't have been dabbling in witchcraft and Satanism anyway; it's unsanctioned by the church. He says that psychics are thieves and that Paulie's problems are a spiritual matter. Paulie says that his donations to the church should have been insurance against things like this, and that he's been helping the church for years. He's trying to negotiate his sins using the money he's put into the church. The minister says that none of this would have happened if Paulie had come to him first. Paulie says the church has left him unprotected, and he's never going to give another dime. He walks off.