Tony talks to Melfi some more about AJ's problems. He thinks AJ is causing tension between him and Carmela, too, which isn't helping their sex life. Tony concludes that it would totally not be his fault if he were forced to seek "an extracurricular outlet." Seriously. I mean, AJ's practically holding a gun to Tony's head while he screws other chicks. Ew. Sorry for that mental image. Melfi is clearly disapproving of this kind of talk, and Tony claims it was all theoretical. Tony says that he'll never betray Carmela after what she did while he was hospitalized. Is he trying to convince Melfi or himself? Melfi wonders whether Tony blames his wife for AJ's problems. Tony doesn't know, and says that Carmela did the best she could. Tony begs Melfi for some practical advice on what to do about AJ. Melfi thinks they should tell AJ their expectations of him while he's living in their home, and that he and Carmela can't undermine each other on this issue.
Speaking of undercutting, Carmela sneaks into AJ's room with a wad of cash and tells him that it's meant for him to buy a suit for college interviews, and definitely not for any sort of entertainment. How about she goes with him and buy the suit, then? AJ's like a drunk on the street. If you give the drunk cash, you have to assume it's going to be used to buy hooch. If you want it to be used for food, buy the drunk a sandwich yourself. AJ thanks Carmela perfunctorily, satisfied that he once again manipulated his parents.
Vito carries a pizza box down the street, stopping outside the diner to gaze longingly at Morgan Spurlock before continuing on.