Phil Leotardo visits Johnny Sack in prison. Johnny's got the orange jumpsuit on and everything. Phil reports, in coded language, that Tony wants to split some new project the same way they did the Esplanade deal. Johnny disagrees, and Phil promises to hold the line. Johnny asks how Phil is getting along with Tony, day-to-day. Phil's still mad about his brother's murder, but he's putting it aside at Johnny's request. The guard shows in Ginny Sack and her brother, and Phil comments that Ginny has been "a rock" for her husband. Johnny says that Ginny's brother is fitting him for contacts so that he doesn't have to use glasses while he's in the courtroom for his trial. So his trial hasn't even started yet, apparently.
Gene Pontecorvo (aka Thin Guy) visits Tony in his office and reports that Bobby is still screwing up his sports book. Tony is annoyed, and Gene hands over a gift of really expensive watches for Tony and his family. Tony is impressed and jokes that "there's a jeweler somewhere filing an insurance claim today." Gene says that, actually, his aunt died. Tony offers his condolences with the typical "What're ya gonna do?" Gene says that the "silver cloud" is that his aunt left him just over $2 million. The two men laugh about it. Gene says that he and his wife love Florida, and that they want to retire in Fort Myers. Tony asks, "What're you, a hockey player?" I didn't know that hockey players retired early. Is that, like, a thing? ["Maybe they retire to Florida? I actually thought hockey players tended to have longer careers than most pro athletes in other sports." -- Wing Chun] Tony points out that Gene took an oath, and that there's no retirement from their job. Gene reminds Tony about "Joe Bananas," and Tony laughs. He asks what he would do with Gene's responsibilities, like the sports book. Gene says that there are clearly others who want his spot, and reminds Tony that they go back a long way. Tony gets all nostalgic about CYO basketball. Gene makes a heartfelt plea, and Tony promises to think about it. They hug.
Gene's wife, Deanne, and their young daughter look through brochures of houses. Gene walks in and says that he talked to Tony, and that he's thinking about it. Between Gene and his wife, I have never seen so many velour warm-up suits in one place. Deanne talks excitedly about a house they've been eyeing in Florida. Their teenaged son walks in, on his way out. Gene wants to know where he's going, which leads to a fight in which the son vows that he's not getting high anymore. Just before it gets physical, the son storms out. Gene looks like he's about to start crying, but instead grabs a candy dish and smashes it against the fireplace.