Tony wears his robe down to the end of the driveway to pick up the paper. An FBI car pulls up, and the Feds (Agents Harris and Godard) get out and ask to talk to Tony. They're working on the Joint Terror Task Force now, and they know Tony is closely involved with the ports. If Tony could give them any info on terrorist activity, they would be grateful, but they don't explain exactly how they would express their gratitude. They say that they gave Christopher the same pitch. Tony doesn't seem interested, but then one of the guys reminds him that Meadow has to use the tunnels to get to New York for her pre-med classes -- I guess reminding Tony that his family is vulnerable to terrorist attack, and probably also that the Feds track his and his family's activities quite closely. Tony turns and stomps back up the driveway. He storms into the house and starts screaming to Carmela that he's not picking up the paper anymore, and that their housekeeper should do it. Carmela asks what happened, and Tony just says, "It's too dangerous. Has been for years."
The screening for Cleaver is taking place in a big New York City theater. Little Carmine stands in front of a microphone at the front of the auditorium and welcomes the audience. Oh, this should be good. He begins, "Much like a child, a film has many parents." How many parents does Little Carmine think he has, exactly? Oh, wait. It gets better. "That is to say, many individuals who act like parents. Or that by aversion, the film is their baby." What does that even mean? By aversion? Normally, I can figure out what word he is replacing with his malaprop, but I'm at a loss here. Little Carmine introduces the film's other parents: Christopher and the director. Christopher takes the microphone and gives a shout-out to "the man, who, without him, this whole thing would be impossible." JT is sitting in the audience, looking hopeful, but Christopher was actually talking about Tony. Everyone cheers for Tony. Christopher thanks the other investors, and then Kelly and the baby. He reminds everyone to turn their cell phones off and hugs Little Carmine. The director walks up to say a few words, unfolding a little piece of paper with his speech written on it. Except a tech guy comes up and removes the microphone and the lights go down. Aw! Poor director! No respect!
All the Family members are in the audience watching the movie: Janice, Rosalie, Silvio and Mrs. Silvio, and Paulie. On the screen, Daniel Baldwin is meeting with some guys in his basement while he's wearing a white bathrobe. Sound familiar? Baldwin gets pissed off and throws a jar at the wall. Carmela leans over and tells Tony, "That's you! No, it is!" Tony leans forward and jokingly pretends he's going to hit Christopher over this portrayal. Paulie's cell phone rings loudly, and he takes the call right in the middle of the movie, because who's going to tell him to stop? Speaking of the movie, on the screen, Daniel "Tony" Baldwin is making a move on the hero's fiancÃ©e. Rosalie turns around and gives Carmela a look like, "Are you seeing this? And do you know what this means?" Because she's Rosalie, she conveys all of that with a well-raised eyebrow. Love her.