Tony and his driver pull into the Soprano driveway. Carmela and Rosalie Aprile (yea!) are going through photos from their trip to Europe last year, laughing over their good times. Tony comes in and asks Carmela if he can speak to her privately. With no time to pussyfoot around, Tony quickly tells a shocked Carmela that Bobby is dead, and Silvio is in the hospital, because they were both shot. Meanwhile, Rosalie continues looking at pictures and finds one of her and Carmela sticking their heads through a painting of two queens, so it looks like they are wearing the dresses. I wonder why they focused on that photo specifically – is it because Rosalie used to be the wife of the head guy, and now Carmela is? Anyway, Tony tells Carmela that she needs to leave with the kids and not ask questions. He reminds her that generally families don't get touched, but he just wants her away from their house, so she should go to the house she just bought in an estate sale. Carmela looks pained and terrified as Tony gives her a hard look. She pulls it together and asks about Janice. Tony promises they can stop by after they pack. Carmela moves quickly into organizing mode, just she did when Tony was shot, or when Christopher died, thinking about the next steps. She worries that AJ won't leave the house, and Tony promises that he'll leave the house one way or another. Rosalie shows up and says that she's going to leave, but she heard everything. I don't know if that's important, but I thought I'd throw it in there. She's probably relieved that she has no male connection to the Family anymore, with her husband, brother-in-law, son, and former boyfriend all dead. Of course, the last three of them were killed (either directly or indirectly) by Sopranos; she probably doesn't know, but you wonder why she's still friends with Carm.
AJ and Rhiannon are hanging out in his room, discussing a trip to Mexico. Tony walks in and tells Rhiannon to beat it, so she does. AJ whines that Tony just busted in, and they could have been doing anything. Tony has no time for this nonsense, and sits down on the side of AJ's bed to try to compassionately explain that Bobby is dead. AJ wants details, and Tony says he doesn't have time, because they all have to leave until things settle down. Tony asks AJ to be the man of the house while they're away, and to help out his mother. AJ continues to be a whiny bitch, pretending he doesn't know what Tony means, and repeating, "This is really depressing to me. I was already having trouble maintaining." Tony does what most viewers have wanted him to do for a while now: he grabs AJ by the scruff of the neck and tosses him into the closet, growling at him to pack a bag. AJ just sobs and whines some more.