Melfi at home, reading. She hears glass breaking outside and a dog barking; suspicious, she creeps to a front window and peers outside, just in time to see a police cruiser-type vehicle turn its lights on and pull away.
Melfi at a garage, telling the guy under her car that she's had a starter problem for weeks, but this morning she got in and it started right up, "and then again at the deli." The guy under the car says he doesn't see anything wrong under there, and Melfi yells over the noise in the garage, "Are you sure? I was told I need a new starter." The guy rolls out and tells her, "Lady, as much as I might wish to rob you, even I wouldn't try to replace a new starter with another." "What do you mean, 'new'?" she asks. "New -- it has everything but the price tag hanging from it," the guy says. Melfi makes a "whuh?" face and tries to figure out how a new starter got into her car. Anyone? Anyone want to take a wild guess here? Yeah, thought so.
Up at Paterson Falls, Mikey and one of his boys drag the drug dealer along the bridge. The dealer sobbingly protests that "you know me" and "I didn't do nothin'," but Mikey just shrugs that yeah, he knows him, but a kid committed suicide up there "'cause a you," and then tells the guy that he'll make him a deal -- when Mikey tosses the dealer over, if the dealer can fly, "I won't shoot ya down." The dealer struggles and begs for mercy, but Mikey and his boy heave the dealer over the side without delay, and he splashes down into the river below, screaming. The teenage boys fishing at the other end of the bridge stand up and look over warily at Mikey and friend. Meanwhile, Mikey and friend look over the side at the dealer's motionless body floating in the water; Mikey laughs. Then he wipes his hands, looks over his shoulder to make sure nobody else saw what happened, and heads over towards the kids. One of the kids stands up as Mikey comes up to them, and Mikey asks, "My goodness. What happened here?" and extends a hundred-dollar bill towards the kid. The kid reaches for it, Mikey pulls it back, and the kid snatches it and says he heard the dealer say he "didn't wanna live no more [and he] jumped." Mikey nods and smiles, motions his friend past the kid, and walks away; the kid stares after them. One of his friends asks, "How much he give you?" What are you, new? An Italian-looking guy pitches another guy into the river and then asks you what you saw, you tell him the other guy jumped, money or no.