Anyway, Carmela calls Tony into the room, and they attempt to team up on their daughter. Well, at least they do after Tony picks the cereal bowl he sat down on out of his ass. Heh. Meadow reveals that Dr. Linda thinks going to Europe is a great idea, and much screaming and yelling ensues. Meadow runs down all the old clichés, including "I'm eighteen now," "What is this, Afghanistan?" (those of you over twenty-five should mentally substitute "the Soviet Union" for that one), and my personal favorite, "I'm a grown woman, I can do what I want." Don't ask why "I'm a grown woman" is my favorite. You don't want to know. She also points out that Tony was originally in favor of her going, but he replies that Carmela doesn't want it. "Wow. Listen to Mr. Mob Boss," she snarks. "All this fucking pussyfooting around. Why not just get it all out there?" Tony is infuriated at this point, and he jumps out of his chair and presses his face right into hers. "You got something you want to say to me?" he snarls. "All these innuendos?" Meadow's faces loses all of its strength as she realizes that she's finally crossed the line. It goes without saying that the acting is excellent here, but Jimmy Gandolfini still seems to have a few tricks he could teach the kids if need be. "Are you referring to me that I didn't do everything I could to keep that kid from fucking himself up?" he shouts. "That yeah, knowing him and his family, that I didn't try to be a better dad to him than his own dad, God rest his soul? That I didn't try to protect Jackie Jr.? That I didn't actually smack him around because I was so frustrated? Is that what you're trying to tell me?" He does, of course, neglect to point out that he also ordered the kid's murder. Well, at least he doesn't say it out loud. His facial expressions, however, make it clear that Meadow finding that fact out is possibly his greatest fear. He shouldn't get too worried, though, because she's still too self-absorbed to notice. She insists that she refuses to tell anyone he's in "environmental clean-up" anymore, but the sheer weight of her father's glare finally causes her to break down. She starts sobbing, and screeches that she's going to Europe and they can't stop her before stomping out of the room. Tony yells after her, but to no avail. She's gone. So, remember when Tony said they'd be fucked if the kids ever found out they were powerless? Well, there you go.
Across town, Adriana is walking her "pocket rat" of a dog when a nondescript late-model sedan pulls up beside her. Special Agent Dwight Harris introduces himself and also indicates Lola, who's no longer in her Jersey slut-wear. Adriana is shocked and appalled that her "friend" was an agent all along, but all things considered, she takes it pretty well. They all climb into the car (including the dog) and drive off.