And it doesn't really matter anyway, because Christopher and Little Paulie come gallivanting into the club at this point, Christopher describing himself as "a man of many mysteries" before handing over a baggie of cocaine and suggesting that Little Paulie use it to take "the odors out of [his] fridge." Heh. With the drugs thus dispensed (in full view of an undercover federal agent), Christopher sends Lola and Little Paulie out of the room so that he can talk to his fiancée. Or, more accurately, so that he can give his fiancée a giant diamond bracelet from Harry Winston that has "more carats than Bugs Bunny." Adriana is astonished, and gets even happier when Christopher explains that "Carmela ain't gonna be first lady forever."
Cut to Seoul, where, as usual, students are rioting in the streets. Except we're not actually in Korea; we're just watching it on TV. With Janice and Joey Pants, no less, who are curled up on Janice's sofa watching Faces of Death. Given his love of Gladiator, I'm surprised Joey chose not to go with Hannibal, as it's equally gory and also directed by Ridley Scott. Nevertheless, they're soon interrupted by the arrival of Tony, and Joey quickly scampers upstairs to hide. Down in the living room, Janice and Tony exchange small talk about Bobby Bacala ("he's fat"), Tommy Mottola (he's a "slow motherfucker"), and Janice's coffee-making skills (she only has "soy milk"). Suddenly, Tony notices a tasseled loafer that's been kicked under the table, and immediately deduces that Joey Pants is lurking somewhere nearby. Personally, I'm fairly certain he knew exactly what he would find there before he even opened the door, so I'm not sure why people in the forums are so surprised that he could figure it out from just a single shoe. Janice insists that her love life is none of Tony's concern, so he stomps out of the house, slamming the door behind him.