Chris and Tim Daly, meanwhile, are enjoying a nice post-meeting snack at an IHOP somewhere. Tim announces that he's decided to move back to New Jersey, and that his agent has already gotten him a meeting with Dick Wolf. Christopher then mentions that he once saw Dick Wolf at Rao's, which is so massively meta that the entire state of New Jersey suddenly collapses back in on itself and turns into Delaware. Chris also claims that he was impressed by the fact that Dick Wolf owns his own limo, even though Christopher himself has gone through at least two Land Rovers and a Humvee in the last three seasons, any one of which probably cost more than your average limousine. Tim changes the subject by asking about Christopher, and our boy confesses that he slipped up and had some wine a few weeks back. And by "wine," by the way, he actually means "vodka." And by "slipped up," he means "mistakenly thought his wife was road-blowing the boss." "I didn't even like it," he adds (about the wine, not the assumed road-blowing) while taking a deep drag on his cigarette. A number of AA platitudes are exchanged at this point, and then Tim gets up to leave, ostensibly because he has to "meet someone." He also sticks Christopher with the check. Hmm. How much are you supposed to tip Foreshadowing, anyway?
Junior's Joint. The old guy is reading the obituaries with a magnifying glass. You had to see it, but heh. He spots a random Italian name, and then calls up Melvoin to ask him for permission to attend the funeral. Mel reminds him that he can only get out of his house arrest if the funeral is for a relative. Or, you know, if he just wants to go for a walk or something. Junior: "He's my niece's godfather. I think I met him at a barbecue once. The bicentennial." Hmm. Now would that niece be Barbara or Janice, do you think? And more importantly, why would I ever be crazy enough to try to understand the family trees on this show? In any event, Mel promises to give it a shot. Then we get a look at the client who's been waiting in his office this whole time, and the guy totally wants to be LL Cool J, but just isn't quite making it. Which is really sad, when you think about it.