The guys sit downstairs at the Sopranos' and eat, as you do. Meadow helps Tony down the stairs, and he announces that he needs to go see Kelli. Meadow offers to make him a plate, and Tony asks for a Scotch. Meadow asks if he's serious, and he urges her to have one herself. It's been interesting, in the past few episodes, to see Meadow becoming more involved with her family, and acting more like Carmela in trying to take care of people. Tony tells Silvio that Meadow and Christopher were close. Paulie stares off into the distance, melancholy. Tony asks if he's okay, and Paulie says he wonders if he did right by Christopher, since all he did was get pissed off, fight with him over money, and break his balls. Tony adds, "It's over."
At Kelli's house, her parents sit at the kitchen table surrounded by Christopher's mom Joanne (who's drinking), Janice, Carmela, Tony, and assorted other Family members. Kelli's mom says she heard from the hospital that Christopher had cocaine in his system, and that the cause of death was a hemothorax. Meadow pipes up that airbags can crush the ribs when there's no seatbelt. Thanks, Dr. Meadow. I'm sure that's what his grieving mother needed to hear. I don't think I've had to say this so far this season, but shut up, Meadow. Kelli's mom adds that the hospital said he could have made it, but didn't. That's a pretty ambiguous statement. Al starts going off on Christopher's stupidity, leaving their granddaughter fatherless. Joanne starts sobbing and pours herself another drink. Al looks at the basketball game on television and comments that Syracuse is losing. Seriously? I'm starting to get paranoid, since that's where I live, and it's the second reference in two episodes. Probably some of the writers went to SU or something. Tony, annoyed, walks to the window to get away for a moment; Carmela thinks he's upset and comforts him. Patsy walks in and says he just got a call from Little Paulie; Nucci "Aunt Ma" Gualtieri died from a stroke. Man, if it's not one thing, it's your aunt/mother.