Just when you think Makazian is about to stop singing, he launches into yet another verse, and now everyone is really starting to look uncomfortable. Tony leans over to tap Annette on the shoulder again, and this time she angrily snaps, "What?" Tony glances over and sees Artie pointing off to the side through the tiny kitchen window, and then looks back to Annette to say, "Something bad is going to happen." The song finally comes to an end, with Makazian serenading his wife directly, and Annette Bening's eye roll is a thing of beauty. "Huh," he sighs, before continuing: "After I sing I can usually use a nice tinkle." Heh. Tony says he'll join him, and then Annette looks over at Carmela and announces, "I don't want my husband coming out of there with just his cock in his hand." "Me, either," agrees Carmela. I wonder what the significance of changing "dick" to "cock" is supposed to be. You know there's no way that's just a screw-up.
In the men's room, an attendant is watching the same small television that the Sopranos have in their kitchen. On it we see Tony and Makazian's feet entering the bathroom, and then we pull back to see their entire bodies entering the bathroom. Makazian heads for the urinals, but Tony steps into one of the stalls to look behind the toilet tank for a gun. Heh. That's the only reference in the entire episode that my parents actually caught. I suspect it was like that for a lot of viewers. Tony then moves to a urinal of his own, and much pissing ensues. "You don't do this no more?" he asks. "No," replies Makazian. Then he asks Tony if he's going to be able to "come through on the thing." "I did my homework," insists Tony, pulling out a copy of The Valachi Papers. In case you're too lazy to do your own homework, the book was written by a low-level mobster back in the '60s, and it's considered to be the first real exposé of how the mafia worked in America. It also may or may not be a sign that someone is planning to rat. Makazian sets the book on a shelf above the urinal, and mutters that the piece wasn't behind the toilet. "Well, this is real life," answers Tony. "No it's not," says Makazian, as gunshots shatter the window above them. "This is it."