In the lobby, Phil is bitching about Johnny crying. Tony defends Johnny, talking about the emotion of the day. Phil isn't buying it. Tony says that daughters bring out raw emotion. Phil says, "If they can make him cry, and he's that weak, what the fuck else can they make him do?" Christopher agrees with Phil, and Tony snaps at him. An outsider walks by and says something about Johnny, and Phil defends his boss. I didn't realize that Phil's loyalty to his boss was so tenuous.
At the Spatafore home, Mrs. Spatafore watches Imitation Of Life late at night as Vito sneaks out to "make some collections." Mrs. Spatafore is kind of pissed, but soothes her nerves by sipping her General Foods International Coffee and celebrating the moments of her life, particularly those moments where she is spurned by her gay husband.
In bed, Carmela tells Tony that they've been very lucky, probably thinking that at least Tony's not in prison. Tony thinks you make your own luck in life.
Johnny goes back to prison, trading his tux for his orange jumpsuit. He is led back into his tiny cell.
Leather bar, with lots of guys making out. Come on. I think this scene would have had more dramatic impact, and would even have been funnier (if that's what they were going for) if it had just been a regular bar that happened to have a lot of gay men as clientele. As it stands, it's like they're trying to give the impression that Vito's not just a little gay -- he's super-gay! Isn't that hilarious and/or shocking? Not really. Anyway, two wiseguys we've never seen before show up to pick up their protection money from the bartender. Vito is there, all dressed in leather, dancing with some guy. As the happy couple heads to the bar, they run into the wiseguys, who recognize Vito. Vito tries to play it off like the whole thing is a joke. One wiseguy, Sal, finds the whole thing amusing, and Vito begs him not to say anything. Once the wiseguys are gone, Vito's friend wonders why Vito cares what they think. Vito tells the guy to buzz off.
Vito goes home and grabs a gun from the nightstand, telling his wife he's going to take a shower and that she should go back to sleep. Instead of showering, Vito checks into a cheap motel as "Three Bells" (the one that was playing last week when Jason Barone got kneecapped) plays. Vito stares at the gun for a moment, and then calls Sil to see if his news has spread yet. Sil knows nothing, and is confused as to why Vito is calling. Vito plays it off like he was just checking in. He sits on the bed, staring at the gun, smoking.