Livia out cold in the back seat while Richie and Janice drive home. "I'm just sayin' I don't think you should take any shit from him," Janice says in a hushed "I know the score with Tony and I'm going to manipulate you into dealing with him so that I can get mine vicariously through you" voice. Richie moans that he heard her the first time, let's drop the subject. Janice shuts up for about a millisecond, and Richie defends himself by saying that Tony put him back in action with $50,000 after he got out of jail. Janice is all of a sudden proud of her daddy's little girl status, and reminds him that she knows how things work. She whispers the "daddy's little girl" part, as she looks shiftily at Livia, which is kind of strange. "You're his responsibility, he didn't do you any favor," she continues. Why would you ever want to make a guy like Richie feel all less than a man is beyond me. Then she launches into a story about how Johnny Boy helped out another guy with $50,000 when he got out of jail thirty years ago. Then she gets all snooty and sarcasm drips from her voice as she figures that'd be half a million dollars these days, so what Tony gave Richie was diddly-squat and he should be insulted. She just loves trouble, this one. Punchline: she tells him mailmen make more than $50,000. Jeez, Janice. Don't give the man a complex or anything.
Tony stalks into Davey Scatino's office. Davey is listening to Jimmy Buffett, which amuses me to no end. I only wish it were "Cheeseburger in Paradise" and not "Tequila Sunrise." Tony gets to the point straight away. "So what's this fucking doctor's appointment you had all of a sudden when my friend comes to see you? What do you think, I'm still the kid on the schoolbus?" As usual Davey makes excuses, saying he'll make it all work out somehow, he's doing his best, he fucked up, blah blah blah Gambler's Anonymous calling. There's lots of threatening by Tony, and lots of whimpering by Davey when he admits he has nothing for him. Davey tries one last stab at pathetic sorries, but then makes the mistake of mentioning that their kids go to the same school together. Tony smacks him and he's down like a prom dress. Tony slaps him around a bit, and Davey turns into a sniveling baby. Tony says he better have something for him, and stalks out as Davey blubbers like the aforementioned baby he is.