Tony meets with Little Carmine at a golf-course restaurant. Carmine orders a super healthy meal, and Tony orders a Philly cheesesteak. Interesting. Tony starts right in, complaining that Doc Santoro used Silvio as a diversion for the whacking, and that Sil could have been hurt. Carmine realizes that Doc showed a lack of respect. Tony tries to convince Carmine to step up and take control of his family, but Carmine isn't interested. Tony says he could have lived with Phil as boss, but Phil doesn't want it either. Carmine talks about his evening ritual with his wife and kids, and how when he was fighting with Johnny Sack, his wife told him, "I don't want to be the wealthiest widow on Long Island. I want you to quit now." Due to a dream he had, Carmine realized that his father wanted him to be happy, even if that meant he didn't take over as boss. Well, I think that's what Little Carmine wants. Based on the stories Johnny Sack was just telling, I think Carmine Sr. was not that concerned with his son's happiness.
Ginny walks into the hospital and talks to Feldman in the hallway. Feldman says that he knows that Ginny is upset about John's smoking, but he thinks it's Johnny's attempt to "die as he lived" and regain some control over the dying process. Is Feldman a shrink too? Feldman sees the real doctor coming and takes off before he gets in trouble.
Carmela snuggles with Caitlin, Christopher and Kelli's baby. Carm was babysitting while Christopher and Kelli planned the christening. Kelli takes off to use the bathroom, and Carmela spits at Christopher that she's very disappointed in what he did with his movie, because she thinks it was based on Tony and Adriana. Christopher protests that he didn't even write the movie, and besides, the woman in his movie was "an Oriental." Carmela asks if Christopher has heard from Ade, but Christopher says that he wouldn't, since Ade left him for another guy. Carmela says that Ade's mother is "practically delusional" from being upset, and that she's convinced herself that Ade is dead. Christopher reminds Carmela that Ade's mom is an alcoholic. It seems like Carmela is pretty close to asking Christopher outright whether Adriana is dead, but Christopher stops Carmela and tells her that he loves her, but he doesn't like what she's implying about him.
Feldman comes into Johnny's room and brings him a book as well as the news that Gerry got whacked in Brooklyn. Johnny seems in much worse shape than when last we saw him and complains that it's hard to breathe. Feldman turns up his oxygen levels and promises to talk to the doctor. John asks if he's dying. Feldman checks John's chart and says that it's not good, and that he's surprised by the aggressiveness of the cancer. He has to concur with the original doctor's prognosis now. So what was the point of giving Johnny hope, then? I'm a little confused by the whole point of the Feldman subplot, but then again, I have a cold and my thinking is a bit foggy right now. Anyway, John nods and says that he appreciates Feldman's help. Yeah, some help.