Cut to an enraged Christopher, screeching up to the construction site in his Range Rover. I should mention at the top that Adriana is in the car with him, and witnesses everything that happens here. Chris jumps out of the car and runs over to Patsy, and a brawl nearly breaks out as they shout at each other. Chris actually draws his pistol, and points it at Patsy as he emphatically reminds him who's in charge. "And don't think I forgot about you going through my fiancée's underwear drawer, either," he adds, conveniently forgetting that in fact it was Paulie, not Patsy, who did that. Some burly-looking construction dude standing nearby threatens to call the police, and as Christopher heads back to his car, Patsy goes upside the dude's head with a lead pipe. Adriana is disgusted by the violence, but I'm actually laughing a bit, especially as Wide Guy instructs the others to keep their mouths shut and get the wounded man to a hospital. The best thing about this scene? The approximately two million gallons of spit that went flying out of everyone's mouths as they yelled. I just hope someone issued raincoats to the crew.
Chez Shut up Meadow. Again she's lying in bed, and this time Carmela doesn't even bother to come in and check on her. Instead, Meadow yells out to her in the hall as she passes, and asks for a tuna sandwich. Oh. My. God. Shut. Up. Meadow. Carmela manages to at least look annoyed by this ludicrously selfish attitude, and I'm once again forced to turn to the Carmela-To-Aaron's-Mom translator, which tells me that Carmela should be thinking about whether to simply ground the child, or to sell her into slavery on a tuna-fishing boat instead. My mom would have gone with the former, by the way, which explains why I'm actually still grounded even today. Instead of, I don't know, maybe yelling, "SHUT UP, MEADOW," Carmela instead tries to ask how things went with Dr. Linda. Meadow explains that the session was confidential, and that she doesn't have to share details if she doesn't want to. And oddly enough, that's about the only rational thing she's said all episode. In fact, that was sort of my problem with this week's show, because somewhere around the half-hour mark Meadow stopped being a believable character, and started being a complete and total caricature of a bratty child. I get where they were going with this, but I just think they went too far.