Bobby and Tony are out in the woods, and Tony is taking out dangerous trees with an automatic weapon. A loud one. Tony grins like a kid in a candy store (or a mobster in a gun store) as Bobby gives him the spec on the weapon, and then admits that he doesn't even use a gun for hunting deer anymore; he prefers to use a bow and arrow because "it levels the playing field." Bobby gives Tony the weapon as a birthday gift. Tony reminds Bobby not to tell Carmela about the gun. Is it really the best idea for Tony to be adding new weapons to his cache, given that he just barely escaped a weapons charge? Tony destroys the silence with some more rounds as Bobby swigs his beer.
Twilight at the lake. The Sopranos and the Baccalas sit on the dock and enjoy the view. Carmela reminisces about how she and Tony almost bought "a summer place, down the shore." I'm surprised Carmela would remember that so fondly given that their decision not to buy the house was followed closely by the most brutal argument between them we've ever seen. Bobby starts giving the genealogy of his vacation home, which was apparently passed down to him from his father, who had business connections in Montreal. Bobby adds that his grandfather emigrated to the United States through Canada in the first place. Carmela is surprised that Gramps Bacala didn't come through Ellis Island, and Bobby says that his grandfather was in some legal trouble in Italy. Big surprise. After discussing how none of them would be there enjoying that lake house without the United States's permissive immigration policies, Bobby adds, "They should build a wall now, though." Everyone agrees without a trace of irony.