AJ's getting a massage from Bag, who's wearing only a bra and skirt. AJ's clad in just boxers and his special socks, which look pretty normal to me. Bag says that she saw AJ on TV when Tony got shot. Bag wants to know what's going to happen to AJ's "grandfather," and AJ corrects her and says that they don't talk about Family business with outsiders, which for AJ was pretty quick and clever. For AJ. Bag won't let it drop, and wonders whether Tony is just going to let Junior get away with it. AJ, under the spell of drugs and Bag's magic fingers, says that he'll probably have to do something about it. Bag is turned on by this, which means that she and AJ kind of deserve each other.
At Vito's House of Hiding Out Like Jon Cryer (and if you get that reference, you, like me, are officially old), a couple is bickering over something the husband misplaced. Vito shows up, and butts into the conversation to find out that the guy lost his cell phone. I like what the wardrobe people are doing with Vito's clothes it's like he's combining New Hampshire style with wiseguy style. He's wearing an open denim buttondown shirt (NH) over a black T-shirt (neutral) and Sansabelt slacks (wiseguy). Anyway, Vito says that, when he loses something, he tries to retrace his steps. The husband still insists that he knows he left the phone charging on the bedside table.
Cut to Vito, in a park outside, using the guy's cell phone to call Marie. She's immediately curious about the name that showed up on her Caller ID, but Vito assures her that the guy's name isn't a GUY'S NAME, it's just some guy. Vito quickly apologizes for what's happened. Marie wants him to come back, and adds that Phil said it would be okay, and that they could get Vito to a shrink. How dumb is she? Presumably, as Phil's cousin, she's grown up around the Mob in some fashion. Maybe she's just in denial, in a lot of ways. Vito doesn't think that Phil can be trusted. Marie has been doing online research about church groups that can cure his gayness. Vito promises that he's working on coming home, but in the meantime, Marie will need some cash. Marie begs him to come home, because she just needs him. Vito calmly tells her where to find thirty grand in the house. I wish someone would call me and tell me where I could find hidden money in my house. Vito softens, and tells Marie that she would like it where he is, and Marie jumps on that and offers to relocate with the kids. Vito tries to get off the phone, but Marie wants him to talk to the kids. She calls Vito Jr. over, and father and son have an inconsequential conversation. Vito gets emotional, and tells his son to take care of Marie before they hang up.