Paulie and Tony arrive in Florida. Tony immediately gets a phone call from Silvio, who reports that the Feds found a body and have tentatively identified it correctly. Tony starts complaining about Paulie, and how he won't shut up. Silvio reports that Carmela's doing fine, so Tony hangs up, only to see Paulie already getting familiar with the valet parking guys and bellhops.
In his room, Junior dictates a letter to Carter and then orders him to read it back. Carter reads: "Dear Vice-President Cheney: As a powerful man all too familiar with accidental gunplay, I am writing in the hope that you will intervene in my case. Like yourself, I was involved in an unfortunate incident when a gun I was handling misfired." That is awesome. Whoever came up with the idea of Junior writing a letter to Cheney asking for clemency deserves a raise. They are interrupted when the crooked orderly knocks and enters, then advises Junior to lay off the card games for a while, because the Professor snitched them out. Crooked Orderly tosses down some photos of Junior in cuffs so that Junior can autograph them, explaining that he sells them on Ebay. Junior balks a bit, but he ultimately signs them. I wonder what would happen if Tony found out about that. Nothing good.
Tony and Paulie have dinner with Beansie Gaeta (the guy Richie Aprile put in a wheelchair). Tony gives him a Cleaver baseball cap, but Beansie wanted a copy of the DVD too. Damn! It's a gift, dude! Beansie tells Tony about a Cuban guy he knows who has a line on stolen merchandise. Tony agrees to call him. Beansie pulls out an envelope, and inside, Tony finds an old photo of Paulie looking like Bowser from Sha Na Na. Tony remembers that he and his friends all bought a leather wristband just like Paulie's, reminding us once again how much Tony used to look up to Paulie, and how much Paulie has fallen in his estimation. Tony unfolds another picture, which is of Johnny and Junior standing in front of Satriale's. Man, would I love a flashback episode. Or even a flashback novel. That just looks so cool! Tony is not quite as jocular while looking at this picture. Beansie promises to send them copies of the photo. When Beansie's phone rings, he wheels away from the table, explaining that he needs to empty his bag. After he leaves, Paulie says that he'd rather be dead than piss in a bag.