Vito pulls Tony aside and says that the guy in charge of approving bids for the shopping center is a degenerate gambler, so they have some leverage over him. Vito also hands over some more money to him.
Johnny and Tony hug. Tony tells AJ that if he wants to be an event planner, he could learn from the reception. AJ snips, "An event planner? Where do you get this shit?" God, what a little bitch. I want to slap the grease right out of his hair. Tony and Johnny talk about how good it is to see each other, and Tony asks how much Johnny spent on the wedding. Johnny says that not counting the honeymoon, it cost $425,000. Jesus. ["For one day! Gross! Wouldn't you rather have, I don't know, a house?" -- Wing Chun] Tony has the same reaction, but Johnny points out that events like this are what they should be spending their money on, because they're why you work in the first place. Or you could give the money to charity and just throw a barbecue or something. I'm just saying. Did you really need the fourth ice sculpture?
Johnny wants to talk business, but Tony is nervous about the Marshals nearby. Tony suggests that they go say hello to Johnny's dad, an old man sitting at a table with a bunch of other senior citizens. Tony sits down and pretends to be talking to Johnny's family so that the Marshals will leave them alone. Tony tells Johnny that he can't whack Rusty. Throughout the conversation, the oldsters keep interrupting with "hilarious" old-people lines like, "What did he say?" I'm not repeating them here because...they're just not that funny. Johnny insists that Rusty is insubordinate, and that his attitude will spread to others, like Phil. Johnny points out that Rusty should have been made boss when Carmine died, but that Rusty turned it down. Tony remembers that he told Johnny to turn it down, too. Tony doesn't see why he should take on the additional risk. Johnny plays the pity card, talking about how he will probably get tossed into jail for a long time, and Tony finally agrees to take care of Rusty. Johnny promises that he won't forget it, and Tony says his goodbyes and walks off.