Tony and Meadow have dinner together in a restaurant. Tony says he knows Meadow will be married soon, and they won't be able to have dinners like this. Because married women aren't allowed to have dinner with their fathers? I have dinner alone with my dad all the time. It's awesome. He usually pays. Hey, did I just undermine my assertion in the previous paragraph about how people shouldn't accept money from their parents? Um, let's move on. Tony wonders what Meadow thinks about AJ's plans, and Meadow says that she agrees that the world is fucked up. Tony wonders why she dropped her plans to be a doctor, then, because she could do some good there. Meadow is annoyed that her father still doesn't get why she's into law. She explains that she wants to prevent the state from crushing the individual, and that she was truly inspired by seeing how Tony was treated when he was arrested. Otherwise, she'd be "a boring surburban doctor." Tony looks crestfallen, because that's exactly what he wanted for Meadow, and he now realizes that he's the reason it won't happen. Eh, wait a week. Meadow's not exactly known for sticking to her guns when it comes to decision-making.
Phil and his wife Patty pull into a gas station with Phil's twin grandchildren in the back seat. Phil waves goodbye to the babies (who look like they're under a year old and should probably be rear-facing, but that makes me realize that I have too many friends with infants) and gets out of the SUV to make a call. He leans in the passenger window to give Patty instructions about the prescription she's about to pick up. As he talks, a hand holding a gun comes into frame and Phil is shot in the head. Patty starts screaming and gets out of the SUV without putting it in park and starts running around like a chicken with her head cut off, squawking. Walden, the shooter, puts another bullet in Phil's chest and then takes off in a car. Patty has not only left the SUV in drive, but she locked the keys inside. And the babies are in there. She starts pounding on the window as the SUV rolls forward slowly. A guy runs up and tries to help her as a crowd of teenagers watches in horror. The SUV rolls forward, right over Phil's head, which we hear but do not see. The captioning reads, "Head squishes, pops. Patty wails." That's about as accurate a description as you'll get. One of the teens watching pukes all over the place. Oh, Phil. I thought you deserved a more dignified and honorable death.