The night passes. Meadow sleeps on a couch while holding Christopher's hand. A cleaner buffs the floors. Vito walks silently into the hallway and looks around. I totally thought he was going to whack Tony. He was all in shadows and just looking generally suspect. Carmela sits in Tony's room and watches the ventilator breathe for him.
Alternate Tony walks up to the check-in desk at the Omni. He pretends to be Kevin Finnerty and uses the other man's credit card to secure his reservation. The desk clerk keeps giving Tony weird looks as he processes the reservation, but finally hands over the key. In the background are two Buddhist monks, just kind of standing there staring.
Tony heads for the elevator. The monks walk up and start talking to Tony as if he is Kevin Finnerty. Tony is all excited that the monks might know where Finnerty is, but the monks apparently have some beef with Finnerty. Tony explains that he's not Finnerty. The monk says that their heating system, apparently sold to them by Finnerty, isn't working. Tony once again protests that he's not Finnerty, and the monk slaps him and says, "Lose your arrogance!" Are monks allowed to just slap people? A scuffle ensues, and a hotel employee holds Tony back but, in the process, knocks Tony down onto a luggage cart. As Tony tries to get free, the monks walk away.
In his room, Tony phones "Carmela," who asks if he filed a police report. Tony points out that he's committing fraud by using Finnerty's credit card, so he's not about to get the law involved. He fiercely says, "Who wants more complications? I just want to come home." "Carmela" offers to wire him some cash, but Tony points out that he can't claim it without ID. So she could wire cash to Finnerty. They don't think of that, and "Carmela" says she'll call Tony's company and see if they can help. Tony says he misses her, and "Carmela" replies, "I miss you too. But you're off in your own world. You're too distracted with work. This is partly your fault." ["Hey, thanks, bitch. I was a lot nicer to Glark the time he flew to San Francisco and then couldn't claim his rental car because he'd left his driver's license under his keyboard at home." -- Wing Chun]