Junior's Joint. Tony comes in and apologizes for waking Junior, who doesn't mind, since the chemo keeps him up all night anyway. He offers Tony some tea, and mentions that Bobby Bacala is on his way over. Then he asks, "Have you been eating steak?" Heh. Tony grumpily grabs a bottle of Scotch from under the sink, but all that changes when Bobby walks in, attired in camouflage hunting gear and a bright orange vest. His hat even has earflaps. Tony loses it, and cracks up laughing hysterically, and we pan to Junior, shaking his head at his uncouth nephew. "Fuck this shit," snarls Bobby in probably the strongest statement he's ever made, but Junior orders him to go with Tony and do as he's told. As Tony walks off to borrow a non-meat-coated shirt, he giggles some more, prompting Bobby to sigh, "I've got my limits too, you know."
Back at the Fuckpants Pad. The lights go out, and Car Friend warns Meadow to be strong as they wait for LLFP to emerge. He does, with some blonde ho in tow, and Meadow gets out of the car to bust them. They stare at each other for a moment, and then she cries, "Don't ever call me again," before jumping right back into the car and screeching away. Jackie looks freaked out as she goes, but the ho loves it, screaming, "Yeah, you better leave, bitch." "What the fuck is the matter with you," replies Jackie, "that's Tony Soprano's daughter." Oh, I don't think it's the ho who's gonna be in trouble after that little scene. Little Lord Fuckpants is more than a little fucked now.
Out on the Jersey Turnpike, Tony and Bobby are headed south. Bobby explains that he used to go hunting with his late dad every year, and that's how he knows so much about the woods. Tony apologizes for laughing, and Bobby accepts, and it is nice to see these two interacting on a more personal level. Bobby then spoils the mood by telling a joke (involving the phrase "bear left") that's so bad that I'm afraid to repeat it here, because this week's recap will likely lose whatever meager measure of humor it's managed to accumulate. Tony ignores the joke, and lets Bobby know how much he appreciates that he takes care of Uncle Junior. "He really loves you, you know," says Bobby, but Tony doesn't believe it. "I know you've had your problems sometimes," says Bobby wistfully, "but sometimes I wish he was my uncle." Aww. Bobby is so totally the sweet ying to Furio's sassy yang, and I love him for it.
Snow-van. Christopher wakes up, and apparently he and Paulie are REALLY cold and tired, because they start quoting old Spin Doctors songs. "What time is it?" asks Christopher, and Paulie answers, "4:30." Does anybody but me even remember the Spin Doctors? 1992 never seemed so long ago. Christopher then switches to quoting Dumb & Dumber when he notices that Paulie has had Tic-Tacs all along without sharing. Then he climbs out of the van to grab some of the potentially poisonous berries.