Doc Santoro and Phil have a meal together. Phil acknowledges that Doc is the boss now and gives him an envelope. Doc reaches over and stabs some food off Phil's plate, not noticing Phil giving him the evil eye over the disrespect.
Junior and Carter play checkers in the rec room. Professor shows up and asks Junior to move so that he can get the chess set, and Junior refuses. The room monitor or whatever chastens Junior and lets the guy through. The Professor starts taunting Junior for being a wimp, so Junior throws his drink in the guy's face and then hits him in the nuts. Carter urges Junior on. Junior kicks the Professor a few times as Carter grins, until finally, some orderlies show up and drag Junior off.
Crooked Orderly and Rec Room Attendant meet with the head of the facility. Crooked Orderly defends Junior, and Rec Room Attendant makes a pointed comment about Crooked Orderly's expensive watch (which he got from Junior). Crooked Orderly accuses the facility of being racist, since they're only interrogating him and he's black. Crooked Orderly is excused, and the director says that he's going to change Junior's meds.
Tony calls Hesh to get a bridge loan, because he's in the hole over some gambling debts. Tony gambles enough to get into debt and require a bridge loan? This just popped up out of nowhere. Hesh gives the loan with no argument. Tony answers a knock at his hotel room door and finds the hoor from dinner, whom he promptly takes to bed and disturbingly screws. I think that's the first time Tony's cheated in a long while, right? Since he got shot, maybe? After Tony rolls off, the hoor lights up a cigarette and Tony lights a cigar. The hoor starts talking about dinner, asking questions about how Tony knows Beansie and who Paulie is, and if Paulie is Tony's best friend. Tony admits that there was a time when he wished Paulie was his dad. The hoor admits that Paulie told her that he used to work for Tony's dad, and Tony looks at her sideways, wondering what else Paulie told her. I really thought that girl was dead right there.
Junior naps in a chair, holding in his lap a letter from the Vice President's office that explains why the VP can't respond to every letter individually. A woman wakes him up, and Junior stares at her for a minute before complaining about his new medication and how it zonks him out. Carter sidles up and explains that "they" are trying to turn Junior into a zombie because of his violent behavior. Thanks for the tip, McMurphy. I think the writers of this show hate people in their 20s, because they're all kind of assholes. AJ, Meadow, Jackie Jr... the list goes on.