Junior and Tony meet up with Richie. They're discussing bootleg videotapes they have of movies that haven't been released yet. Apparently, they're doing this without telling Johnny Sack. Junior excuses himself, saying he's not allowed to be seen with known felons. Richie bitches to Tony about having to build the ramp, and Tony smiles. He tells him that it was his idea. He tells Richie to build the ramp. "Terrible accident that kid had," Junior chimes in here. Richie pulls Tony over to his car and says he has something for him. He pulls out "The Jacket." Tony doesn't know what "The Jacket" means. The jacket used to belong to Rocco DiMeo, and Richie somehow beat the jacket off of him. Rocco was a tough man, apparently. Richie tells Tony to put the jacket on. He says he's giving it to Tony now. He quotes the Tao: "You got to shut one door before another one can open." Junior berates Bacala in the background about how to put something in the trunk as Tony tries on the jacket. Richie says it looks perfect. "You look like Robert Evans over here." Junior and Bacala look down, and Tony awkwardly thanks Richie.
Carmela is going through the mail when she finds an envelope from Berkeley. She opens the letter and finds that Meadow's application isn't complete because her high school transcripts had some kind of problem. The letter says that Meadow needs to send along her transcripts again immediately, or her application won't be processed. Carmela puts the letter back in the envelope and puts the letter in the trash. I wonder if that's what my mom did with my own applications to out-of-state schools.
Christopher and the Monkey Boys are back at work again, and Sean's taking another dump in a corner. I really have a hard time watching this stuff, and I'm not usually so wimpy about my television, but do they have to do all of the silly farting noises? We can figure it out without the Foley artist going nuts on his whoopee cushion. Christopher tells the Monkey Boys that Tony's cut goes out of their end, not his. Matt and Sean say they understand that. Christopher says he needed the money for Adriana's ring. Sean says she's a hottie. "She loves me and these are her childbearing years," Christopher says, reinforcing my fear that men actually think these things about women and that's what makes them decide to get married. Sean says that he can just hire a woman to clean his clothes and cook, and the others agree that it makes a lot of sense to do that. Matt tells Sean that he's not allowed to eat any more burritos before they work.