Christopher sits in the back room at the Bing watching The Three Amigos. Tony walks in and we see Christopher's bleary eyes and pale skin as he twitches. Tony says hello and asks Christopher if he's all right. Christopher slurs that the movie is funny. He must be on drugs! Tony glances at the TV, and back at Christopher, who's practically nodding out, and asks Christopher what's wrong. Christopher confesses that he snorted some heroin, because he "can't stand the pain." Tony gets up and knocks Christopher off his chair. Tony kicks Christopher a few times and asks, "You think you're alone in this?"
Agent Sanseverino informs Cubitso that they made a judgment call because Adriana sounded okay. Cubitso asks where Christopher is, and Agent Sanseverino says they saw him yesterday, leaving the Bing with Tony. Agent Harris asks if they should bring Christopher in, but Cubitso doesn't think it'll get them anything. Agent Sanseverino says that Adriana might have fled, and that she could be in China by now. The other agents just look at her like, "Oooohkaaay. You go on thinking that." Agent Sanseverino leaves the office. The other agent asks how they should handle the Nieves murder. The boss says that because of "the terror possibility," they can take it over from the Long Branch police department.
The camera shows the trees and the sky in what appears at first to be the same shot from the end of Adriana's death scene. The camera pans down to show the leaves on the ground. Are they showing that same scene in reverse? Are they going to show Adriana's lifeless body being eaten by the bear or something? These were the thoughts that went through my head. We hear footsteps scuffling through the leaves on the ground. Did Adriana somehow live? Tony and Carmela walk into the frame. Carmela says that it's beautiful, and Tony agrees that it's a gorgeous piece of land. The camera shows some other houses nearby, through the trees, and I realize that this is the $600,000 lot that Carmela was discussing earlier. Carmela continue to give the details while Tony gets sadder and sadder. He sits on a nearby stump, tearing up a little. Carmela asks if he's okay, and Tony grabs her hand and says, "Absolutely." The camera pulls back as we see Carmela and Tony standing alone in the woods. One more to go.