Artie rings Benny's doorbell next. Oh. This could be a big mistake. Benny answers, pissed off at the late hour, because his pregnant wife needs to sleep. Artie says he knows about the credit-card business, so Benny steps outside to talk. Benny says that it's not his fault "that little trick" got greedy, and that he was planning on cutting Artie in. Artie starts pushing Benny around, until Benny slugs him. They start fighting, and somehow Artie ends up on top of Benny, punching him in the face over and over. And then Artie spits in Benny's face. How did that just happen? I never would have picked Artie in that battle.
Ben Kingsley rides the elevator, wearing a robe. He's absolutely thrilled when Christopher and Murmur get on with him. Christopher asks about the Luxury Lounge, and Kingsley says that there's nothing he could do. Christopher just does his intimidation thing. Kingsley tries to change the subject by asking Murmur about his name, but that goes nowhere. Christopher keeps talking about how the rich get richer or some shit, which is ridiculous, because it's not like Christopher is (a) poor or (b) needy. Kingsley gets off the elevator, and says that he gives most of the stuff away to charity anyway, but it's nothing compared to the situation at awards shows. Kingsley says that the presenters get $30,000 worth of stuff in their gift baskets. A lightbulb goes off in Christopher's head.
Tony and Carm hang out on the boat with Artie and Charmaine. The women head inside to start lunch, as Tony and Artie head up to the upper deck for a conversation. Once they're alone, Tony yells at Artie for beating the crap out of Benny. Artie is pissed that Tony chose Vesuvio to run the credit-card scam. Tony says that he didn't know, and that Artie should have come to him when he found out, because now Benny wants to kill Artie. Somehow, Artie doesn't get the message, or else he has a death wish, because he complains that now he has to start doing the promotions he hates so much, at his accountant's insistence. Artie goes on a tear about how his father promised him that honest work would pay off in the end. This leads to Artie sobbing and Tony hugging him. Carmela brings out the food. It would be funny if they got takeout from Da Giovanni.