Tony returns to the hotel alone and sits in his room, downing tiny bottles of liquor. Silvio calls and says that Larry Boy Barese told the Feds that Jackie Aprile was responsible for the skeleton they found. Tony smiles, hangs up, and gives a big sigh of relief. He walks out onto his balcony and looks out at the water, peaceful. His moment of reflection is interrupted by loud cackling coming from next door. He looks into Paulie's room, where he sees Paulie cracking up at a Three's Company rerun. And don't get me wrong -- I enjoy stupid old sitcoms as much as anyone. Just the other day, I was watching an episode of Good Times where Michael got a CB radio. I do love that Willona. But I wasn't LOLing all over the place. Tony sneers and takes another pull from his tiny bottle, seemingly realizing that all of his peaceful moments are ruined by Paulie somehow.
The next morning, Tony tells Paulie that they're off the hook with the Feds and suggests that they go sport fishing before they leave. Paulie looks a little worried, but agrees to the plan. Like most viewers, at this point, I was thinking of Big Pussy and his watery demise. Some of you may have thought of it earlier, but I think the mention of the boat is where I picked up on it.
Junior holds court in the rec room, telling his dirty jokes. He pulls a George Costanza and tries to leave on a high note so that he can take a whiz, but the inmates beg for one more. Junior agrees to tell one more, but he blanks out on the punch line. Carter fills it in for him, but then Junior wets his pants. One of the inmates points and yells, "Accident! Accident!" An orderly runs over and asks what happened, and Junior looks angry and humiliated. Carter stares at his idol, disillusioned.
Junior meets with a doctor, who explains that Junior is supposed to be on medication that will specifically prevent incontinence. It's like instead of the Telltale Heart (or the Telltale Moozadell), it's the Telltale Pee Stain. Junior insists that he's taking his medication, and says that Crooked Orderly will back him up. The doctor says that Crooked Orderly has been let go, and I have to believe that the grapevine in that place is off the chain, and Junior would already have that information, unless it happened minutes before this conversation. The doctor gives Junior a choice: wear Depends and transfer to another facility, or start taking his meds. Junior gives a pained look.