Jackie's funeral. Silvio wants to know why it's a good idea to make Junior the boss, and Tony tells Silvio to look at Junior, "he's content" and he thinks he's the shit, so they should just let him keep thinking that. "I'm still worried about the money end," Johnny Bravo mutters. "'Cause that's what you do, you worry," Tony snides. Tony reminds everyone that Junior's happy, he's got the title even though Tony runs the show, and "the house is secure." Silvio refers to "a brand-new lightning rod on top to take the hits," and Hesh nods, "Smart, very smart." Larry Boy says that now Tony has Bloomfield and the union chair as well, and Tony jokes that if he didn't, Larry would fuck him but not respect him in the morning, and everybody laughs. Okay, whatever. The boys watch other associates paying their respects to Junior, who can't stop smiling although he's seated beside Rosalie Aprile and should really make a more concerted effort to look sad. Johnny Bravo grumbles that Tony had better keep the old man in line, and Tony chides him, "Hey, I still love that man. I'm his favorite nephew. Look at him, over there with my ma. Those people went through World War II." Uh. Okay.
A long shot of the cemetery, followed by a grave-cam shot of Tony throwing a handful of earth on the coffin. Others file past the grave and throw handfuls of earth; AJ watches his father from a nearby headstone, arms folded. Tony goes to stand beside Christopher, who mutters, "Check out the government." The two of them look at the federal agents standing by the gate and photographing the proceedings. Tony cracks grimly that they'll get "Uncle Jun's good side." Another shot of AJ, looking on; a shot of Meadow, turning to lift her eyebrows knowingly at him. As organ music starts up on the soundtrack and we go to slo-mo, Paulie whispers in Tony's ear; Junior comforts Rosalie while Mikey stands impassively behind them; AJ studies Tony some more; Tony catches his eye and winks at AJ, and AJ smiles back, but the smile soon fades.