Vito pulls his Cadillac into the driveway of his goomar's place. As he gets out, he sees the welcoming committee of Benny, Carlo, and Murmur striding across the lawn toward him. They make it out like a "where the fuck you been" type of visit, and Vito acts like his phone's been on the fritz. He asks whether everything's all right. "You tell us," says Benny. Good, don't make him suspicious or anything, Benny. Vito says that he'll call Tony, which would sound more plausible if he hadn't just bitched about his crappy phone. "Better you come in," says Benny. Vito, after a pause, agrees, and tells them to go ahead; he'll follow in his own car. The boys look like they don't like it, but it's not like they're supposed to whack him, yet. Still, they probably ought to have insisted on driving him themselves, since Vito spins out of the driveway, spitting gravel all over them. Benny's having a grand ol' time, picking up gravel and chucking it ineffectually at Vito's back end (shut up). Benny calls him a fanook and tells him not to come around here no more. Whatever he's looking for.
Chris is meeting with the third party like Tony wanted, a guy named Corky, who was once a dirtbag on 24. Corky gets in Chris's car in a rain-drenched parking lot, and Chris confirms that Corky speaks "Eye-tal." He says that they've got some "friends" coming over from Naples to pay a visit to "the little guy in Ozone Park." Corky notes that the little guy is pretty high up. Chris nods. He says that Corky should provide them with the guns, and they sort out the details. Chris pays Corky with a little baggie of what I presume is heroin, promising "part two" when Corky hold up his end. As he pockets the drugs, Corky says, "I heard Fat Vito's been riding up the Hershey highway." Naturally, Chris gets his back up, and tries to pretend that someone started a joke (an explanation that didn't exactly work for Vito, but then again Chrissy doesn't look ready to start singing "YMCA"), but that there's no truth to it. It's obvious to Corky that he's touched a nerve, so he accepts this explanation, or pretends to, and it's unfortunate that Chris feels the need to keep protesting, in a too-much kind of way, explaining that people went to see him, and he was down the shore with his goomar, and then laughs about Vito talking off like a "bat on a hill" when he saw the welcoming committee. You know, if Chris is up on his classic rock, to quote Springsteen perfectly, as an in-joke in a scene with Silvio, he should at least know the proper expression from the Meat Loaf album, if nothing else. "Could be a midlife thing," offers Corky. "Sucking a cock," snaps Chris, like Corky's the idiot in the car.