Vito goes into the diner, and asks Morgan contritely for some Johnny cakes. And I would say that's not a euphemism except for what comes next, when Morgan asks whether Vito wants a short stack or a tall stack, and Vito says, of course, that he wants a tall stack. Oh, writers. Must you always go for the easy joke like that? Anyway, the unspoken sentiment is that they're both sorry and they forgive each other. Vito looks around to make sure there's no one in earshot. When Morgan leans over to offer Vito some coffee, Vito grabs his hand and says, "Sometimes you tell a lie so long, you don't know when to stop. You don't know when it's safe." Morgan nods and agrees. Seriously, I don't know if it's the dialogue or the delivery, but this storyline is turning into a bad '50s melodrama.
Carmela brings a shirt to Tony, who is dressing for his date with Juliana. Well, obviously Carmela doesn't know that's where he's going, especially since she asks where he's going. Tony says that he has "a real estate thing." Carmela helps Tony button up his shirt and calls him, "my handsome man." We get a shot of Carm from Tony's POV, and then see her buttoning the last few buttons.
Vito and Morgan ride motorcycles down a country road. They pull over for a little afternoon delight. I saw a few articles where people made reference to how horrible it was to see Vito getting it on; all they show is a really mild kiss shot from fifty yards away, and then Vito pulls off Morgan's shirt. Is that really so awful? I'm going to assume the best and say that people were grossed out by Vito getting some action period, not that he was with another man. Right? Don't shatter my illusions.
AJ's in yet another club, hanging out with a big group of people. Some redhead guy asks AJ whether he can get his dad to send someone to lean on his landlord, who won't give back the security deposit. AJ just nods, and then starts to breathe in a panicky manner. Hernan asks AJ whether he's okay, and whether he wants some coke. AJ says no, but he's getting pale and sweaty.
Tony visits Julianna's apartment. She's got the paperwork all set up and ready for Tony to sign. As anyone who has bought a house knows, there are like ten million places to sign in the contract. Julianna leans into Tony to show him where to sign, and they keep going faster and faster, and getting closer and closer. Finally, Tony signs the last line, and jumps Julianna's bones. As things get hot and heavy, Tony removes his jacket. Juliana rolls him over and stands up so that Tony can rip her panties off. They continue making out, and Julianna starts unbuttoning Tony's shirt. We see the exact same shot from earlier with Carmela, except this time Julianna is unbuttoning what Carmela buttoned earlier. Tony realizes the parallel and grabs Julianna's hands, forcing her to stop. Juliana doesn't think he's serious at first, but Tony grabs her and roughly tosses her aside onto the couch. He stands up and puts his clothing back together, curtly asking whether they are done signing. Julianna says that they are, so Tony leaves without another word. Once he's gone, Julianna grabs a glass of champagne and downs it. Talk about your blue balls.