Carmela's parents arrive next, and her dad asks, "How's Tony taking it?" Cue Tony off-screen yelling, "Oh what the fuck? Goddamn fucking bitch!" Of course, he's talking about Janice. Barbara is in tears because Janice refused to come to the funeral. Tony says he'll handle it.
Cut to a house, presumably in Seattle. Janice is cooking for some kid who is almost, but not quite, Jaime Kennedy. The kids whines about having to work on Columbus Day. He should get a job at a bank. We don't even work President's Day. They're both wearing bright yellow uniform shirts with a logo I can't make out, so I'm gonna pretend it's Sizzler. They just look like something a Sizzler employee would wear. When the phone rings, Janice answers, "Ace's Garage." "You're not coming to your own mother's fucking funeral?" shouts Tony by way of hello. Janice explains that she has good reasons for staying out of New Jersey (i.e. killing Richie Aprile), but Tony tells her the case is cold. Janice complains some more before mentioning that plane tickets are expensive. Tony reminds her that they give special rates for bereavement, but she says it's still $1,100. Wow. Is she taking the Concorde? No wonder Shatner is getting rich off those Priceline.com spots. Tony agrees to pay for the ticket, and tells her that if she doesn't show, she won't get a piece of the estate. He reminds the backstory-challenged that Janice believes Livia has money stashed in her house somewhere. After reassuring her that everyone thinks Richie is in the witness protection program, he offers to fly her son in from Montreal as well. She tells him that the son is now a street person, and that "[Tony's] not the only one with problems."
Pan down to Tony and Carmela, in bed. She's asleep. He's tossing and turning. Finally, he gets up and heads downstairs to watch Public Enemy again. The scene features two siblings, essentially arguing over who loves their mother more. Mom, of course, loves them both, even the one in the mob. Tony obviously takes great comfort from this, because he laughs himself to sleep.
Next morning. The FBI guys are outside in the van, listening to Tony walk around and whistle. Inside the house, Ralph Cifaretto (aka Joey "Pants" Pantoliano, a.k.a. Guido the killer pimp, Cesar the killer money launderer, Eddie the killer bounty hunter, Cipher the killer, er, you get the idea) arrives, trailing his crew. He hugs Tony and says, "We lost our mom last year." Tony, of course, responds with, "What are you gonna do?" which leads to one of Ralph's crew saying, "At least she didn't suffer." Tony asks to see Ralph and another guy out by the pool, and as they walk out, Janice shows up and starts wailing in grief. They ignore her and leave.