Junior is sitting in his room, eating candy and watching infomercials on TV, when he's interrupted by a phone call from one of his old friends, Pat, who wants to know if Junior has put any thought to their plan to sneak him out during a dentist's appointment. Junior wonders where he would go, and Pat suggests a safe house, although given how Tony feels about Junior, I can't think of any safe houses. Junior decides that the time's not right, and he says that he's being watched and Pat should call back later. Pat tries to protest that he's going to Sarasota, but Junior hangs up. Junior's infomercial talks about how you can be your own boss and have freedom, which I think is relevant to his situation. Junior can be his own boss in the lockup, whereas on the outside, he'd always be in danger of payback from Tony. I don't think Junior wants to go anywhere.
Beansie, Tony, and Paulie have dinner with a couple of young ladies of questionable reputation. Beansie falls all over himself praising Paulie, and Paulie points to Beansie and calls him a stand-up guy. Beansie. Who's in a wheelchair. Oops. Paulie realizes his error and apologizes. Paulie and Beansie go on reminiscing about old times, and all the stories seem to end with Paulie either beating or killing someone. Beansie asks Tony if he's okay, because he's being quiet, and Tony bitches that "remember when" is the lowest form of conversation. I don't know whether Tony really thinks that, since he instigated some of the nostalgic talk earlier, or whether he's just worried that Paulie is revealing too much information in front of the ladies. Tony and one of the hoors hit the dance floor.