David Chase: That was kind of harsh, don't you think?
Aaron: Well, yeah. But if anyone knows from nonsensical conversations, it's me.
David Chase: That's a good point. But still, would it really kill you to say something positive here in our time of need?
Aaron: Well, I do still like you more than Brenda.
David Chase: Shut up and finish the recap.
Crazy Horse, Part The Second. This time it's Chris and Adriana in the back room, with her complaining about the rude antics of Joey Pants and crew, who apparently ran up a two-hundred-dollar bar bill and didn't pay a cent. Adriana mentions Tony in passing, solely to set up Christopher for the preview-worthy line, "You don't know what this guy did for me. Not getting my stripes, something I can't talk about. Something that was ruining my whole life and he made it right. What I owe him, I would follow that man into hell." He further explains that the boys will be hanging around more often because the cops don't know about the place yet. Oh, sweet irony. Already pretty frustrated, Adriana goes to sit down in her chair, which of course collapses right out from under her. Hee! I totally should have seen that coming, but I didn't. As she struggles to climb off the floor, Christopher informs her that she'll be joining him for Sunday dinner at Tony's house, and this time she has to be there -- but not before guffawing at her.
Over at court, some lawyer is droning on and on about some post office box somewhere. How very Kafkaesque of him. Junior turns around to glare at the sketch artist, who gulps visibly in response.
Meanwhile, at the mall, Adriana rides an escalator and gives dating tips to her mother. Once again their conversation is interrupted by the FBI, as Adriana sees Mare waiting for her across the concourse. Cut to later, with Adriana, Mare, and Agent Harris sitting in a car. Since my calls for reader nickname submissions were so successful on Six Feet Under, I'm gonna challenge you all to come up with something good for Agent Harris. The guy is crying out for a nickname, and I can't think of anything good. Where's Marshall McLuhan when you need him? Anyway, they ask her about Convenianni, or whatever dubbed-in name he's going by these days. They also ask about Joey and his crew, and Mare helpfully reminds us that Wide Guy and Thin Guy have actual names (Vito Spatafore and Gene Pontecorvo, if you're interested). Adriana initially refuses to cooperate at all, but eventually admits that Patsy Peesy occasionally moves stolen suits out of the trunk of his car. And while the audio was a bit messed up, the lighting in this scene kicks ass in an admittedly very subtle sort of way.