Normally I don't recap the "Previously On" segment, but it's been two years, so I think we all need a refresher. Previously, Tony's cousin, Diet Tony (Steve Buscemi) got out of jail. Tony revealed to Melfi that he felt responsible for Diet Tony's going to jail. Carmela told Tony that she wanted a divorce. Uncle Junior started having some less-than-lucid moments, and Tony and Janice fought over how to handle the situation. Adriana didn't want to be a rat any more, and tried to convince Christopher to enter Witness Protection with her, and then got a bullet in the brain for her troubles. Tony and Johnny Sack argued over territory. Meadow's boyfriend Finn started working construction for Tony, and inadvertently found out that Vito (formerly "Wide Guy") is gay. Meadow and Finn got engaged. AJ was more interested in partying than he was in studying. Tony and Carmela brokered a deal: he would stake her in her new construction enterprise, and she would let him move back in. Diet Tony killed Phil Leotardo's brother, and Phil wanted vengeance. Rather than let Phil kill Diet Tony the slow way, Tony did the deed himself. When Phil still wasn't satisfied, Tony went to Johnny Sack, who agreed that the matter was resolved. And then the FBI showed up to arrest Johnny Sack.
Agent Harris and Agent New Guy are driving somewhere. Agent New Guy says, "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public." Hey, how about the Canadians? I guess we all know that they have excellent taste. ["Not all of us." -- Wing Chun] Agent Harris suddenly starts retching, and Agent New Guy pulls over so that Agent can spew chunks all over the road. Nice way to open the season.
After that lovely scene, the following montage is shown, with a voice-over by William S. Burroughs reading his poem "Seven Souls." Just in case it's important later, I'll detail what Burroughs is saying with what we're seeing on the screen.