Of course, that thought gets quickly dispelled when Leslie Vega's naked breasts come bouncing into the frame. After an only mildly gratuitous sex scene, Tony hops up to use the bathroom, and Valentina pulls on his black dress shirt and sits down to eat lunch. She's really only wearing the shirt for plot-related reasons that will soon become apparent, but she does look damn good in it. At least Sorkin got that one right. While Tony is still in the bathroom, she surreptitiously unscrews the lid on the salt shaker. Oh, yeah. That one never gets old. When he emerges to join her, she predictably encourages him to put salt on his meal, and then giggles wildly at the result. Tony doesn't laugh, but he's also not real angry either, especially after Valentina announces that she won't kiss him because she's eating, and then proceeds to tongue a strawberry in a highly erotic fashion. While she's busy performing fruit fellatio, Tony grabs up her plate and dashes over to hold it outside the window. Remember how playful he is here. It'll be important later. And I guess they weren't all that hungry, because Tony drops the food, and scoops Valentina up in one arm so they can jump on the bed. She loses one of her overly decorative fingernails in the process, which will also be important later, and then Tony solemnly makes her promise that they'll never say anything about this to Joey.
Once again, Tony is back at the mall. This time he's at a jewelry shop, buying a diamond horseshoe for Valentina. He fills out a card, but at the last minute decides to change it from, "It was great while it lasted. Love, Tony" to, "It was great while it lasted. Sincerely, Tony." You know, because sending expensive jewelry to break up with someone is confusing enough without including a mixed message on the card.