Pussy sits in Lispy Skip's car. He hands Skip a tiny cassette tape. Skip asks if Sundeep was there. Pussy says he was. Ah, that is the third guy. Huzzah! Pussy hands over his big envelope and says his entire cut is in there. Skip hands Pussy about three bills from the giant wad. Pussy's pissed off, and Skip says he knows that Tony is his best friend. Pussy says that President Franklin is his best friend, and he's all in that envelope and not in his pocket anymore. Skip says that lots of guys do well for themselves after they serve time, and that one guy in particular has a great job for the state of Florida. Pussy leaves the car very unhappy.
Carmela helps Tony back to the bed. He says he's doing better. She makes him sip a Coke in small sips. Tony says his chicken was probably cocker spaniel. Carm tells Tony to lay back as she covers him in blankets. Tony goes on with more racial slurs and gulps his Coke. He rolls over and mumbles. Carm asks what he said. He asks if she still likes her coat. "I love my coat," she says. Tony's asleep again.
Pan down from the sky to the boardwalk. Tony's at the same bench, but nobody's there this time. He walks and sees Junior staring at him from a broken window.
We see Tony asleep, making noises.
Tony walks down the boardwalk, but his steps aren't really getting him anywhere. We hear Junior's voice, booming like the voice of God. He asks Tony where he's going. Tony says he doesn't know. "What are you looking for?" Jun asks. Tony says someone's looking for him. He doesn't know who. Tony stops when he sees Silvio, who does a Pacino impersonation as he says, "Our true enemy has yet to reveal himself." Right? Or was it DeNiro? I'm bad at Godfather trivia, and I'm guessing that's what that was because Tony starts giggling. He keeps walking. The dream follows us to one of those vending-machine binocular things. Tony puts in his quarter and looks into the machine. He sees two men at a table inside a station. The station noises are still playing, but there aren't any people bustling around. Tony stops and looks at the ocean, what he should see through the viewfinder, and then goes back to look again. He sees two men smoking and playing cards. It's Tony and Paulie. Paulie wins a hand of cards, and Tony takes out his gun and shoots him. The binoculars run out of time and black out.