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.
Meadow and Carmela arrive at the Bacalas' house (formerly the Sack house) and find Janice and Bobby's older children sitting there in shock. I really feel for Bobby's older kids; first their mom dies, then their dad marries crazy Janice, and now their dad is dead. Their lives suck a lot. Janice looks at Carmela, and all she can say is "Oh my God."
Tony and Paulie are securing the Soprano house. Paulie reports that he finally got news on Silvio: the doctors don't think he'll regain consciousness. They go into the kitchen to pack some food, and Paulie takes note of AJ in the backyard talking to Rhiannon. I'm still suspicious of her. How did she get out of the facility so quickly? Is it possible that she got arrested for drugs or something and the Feds found out she knew AJ? Anyway, Paulie takes time out of his packing to admire her "stems" and express jealousy of AJ's youth.
That night, a bunch of the guys arrive at a generic safe house that looks similar to Livia or Junior's old houses, but it's not. They cautiously go inside. Walden says he's going to sleep on the couch. Behind Walden, there's a cardboard cutout of Silvio, which freaked me out on first viewing. Tony tells Dante (his driver) to go home to his wife, and tells Paulie that he can go too. They both say they're not going anywhere. Carlo asks if they can order a pizza. Man, I am truly paranoid, because now I'm suspicious of Carlo too. Who's he calling? Is it someone from New York, to tell them where the guys are hiding out?