Maison de Soprano. Tony fumbles with a bottle of wine in the kitchen, cursing as the cork gets stuck in the bottle. Carmela immediately chews him out, reminding him that Furio cared enough to carry the bottle all the way from the old country for him. Then she takes the bottle, presses it into her scrapbook, and doodles in the margins that she wants to have fifty million babies with it. Just kidding. Actually, she just pulls out a long stick and decants the wine into a pitcher. Tony, meanwhile, rambles on and on about Justin and Pie-O-My and how horrible his life is, but Carmela isn't even listening. It's not until he pulls a bag of giblets (and thanks, forum people, for saving my non-cooking ass and identifying that) out of the turkey that she finally bothers to pay attention. It was at this point, by the way, that I assumed we were doing a Thanksgiving episode here. Of course, later on we find out that it's the middle of baseball spring training, so I guess that's not the case. Of course, even later on we see what appears to be a regular season baseball game, so I'm just going stop trying at all to put a timeline on this season, because it's really making my head hurt. I mean, didn't Meadow just start school a few weeks ago?
Anyway, Tony and Carmela join Carm's parents in the dining room, where we learn that Carmela will be going to Boston with her mother to see a doctor of some sort. Remember that later, when it becomes a plot point, even though we're never reminded of it again. We are, however, reminded yet one more time about Tony's obsession with Pie-O-My, when he starts boring Papa Carmela with the details of her death. Then again, I guess the guy had it coming to him after we all had to listen to the story of the epic battle of Nova Scotia.