Bobby makes a collection and walks outside with the envelope in his pocket. Before he can get into his vehicle, some young punk hits him with a pipe. There's a whole gang of young teens, standing around and beating the crap out of Bobby, who wonders whether they know who he is. One of the teens grabs the envelope from Bobby's pocket, and another one of them pulls out a gun. Bobby begs them to reconsider, because he has kids. They laugh and egg one another on, until the kid with the gun pulls the trigger, aiming for the ground near Bobby's head -- probably just to scare Bobby and also to say that he pulled the trigger. Except the bullet ricochets some gravel up into Bobby's eye. The the kids take off, yelling at the shooter and wondering what in the hell he was thinking. Bobby just rolls around on the ground, clutching his eye.
Tony has dinner with the owners of the New Orleans business he's trying to liquidate for Johnny Sack. One of the guys is totally reasonable and there to talk turkey. The other guy has fabulous hair, and has obviously learned how people from New Orleans talk by renting The Big Easy. And don't get me wrong, I love that movie, but even I know there's more to a New Orleans accent than slurring a little bit and tossing around the word cher. Anyway, Tony says that he'll give them thirty days to get some bidders, and then they can deliver John's half of the money to Tony. Sensible Guy is surprised to hear that Johnny expects half, and yells at Dennis Quaid-A-Like for his "football jones." Tony explains that they took Johnny's loan, and that it helped them expand, so now Johnny's just trying to cash in. It's business. Sensible Guy agrees. Tony notes that the two guys don't act like brothers, and Sensible says that they're actually in-laws -- Dennis Quaid-A-Like (or DQ) married his little sister. DQ grabs another bourbon or something and says, "Fifteen years enjoying womanly company and I had to come all the way to New Jersey to truly get fucked." Does he know who he's talking to? Tony holds back for a minute and then snaps that he's doing this as a favor to John, and that he doesn't want a problem. Sensible Guy assures Tony that there's no problem. DQ wonders whether Tony thinks it's smart to sell the business when there's tons of money pouring into New Orleans right now. Tony says that he would "if John Sacrimoni asked [him] to." DQ slams down his napkin and smarms, "Well, we're very different people." I'm sure DQ thinks that means that he's smart and Tony's not, but what I got out of it was that he's got a death wish, and Tony doesn't. Sensible looks horrified at his brother-in-law's actions.