And so they do. The strippers in this joint aren't half as talented as the girls at the Bing, but one of them is wearing felt reindeer antlers, and I just find that really funny for some reason. The boys are doing shots at the bar, but then Silvio (who's got eyes like a hawk this week) spots Little Lord Fuckpants getting a Little Lady Lapdance in the corner. Tony strides over with a determined look in his eyes, and Jackie quickly pushes the girl away as soon as he notices Tony. Tony orders him into the men's room for a little talk, and Little Lord Out-Of-Excuses-Pants tries to use the old "bachelor party" line again. Once they reach the bathroom, Tony doesn't really do much talking. Instead, he just starts beating on the kid, who looks like he's about to cry. I guess we should just be thankful he didn't wet his pants. Tony throws him up against the wall, and then notices the gun in Jackie's pocket. "What's this?" he asks, before telling the apologetic Jackie Jr. that he's "bottomed out." He knees Jackie right in the Little Lord, and while Tony is the boss and all, Furio is way better than he is when it comes to that little trick. "You've bottomed out," he repeats, as he leaves Jackie curled up on the bathroom floor.
Das Sopranohaus. Tony "Roberto Alomar" Soprano comes down the steps into the kitchen, looking even more disheveled than usual. "I wish I could get up at 11:30 every morning after being out God knows where," whines Carmela. Since that pretty much describes my entire college experience, I can certainly sympathize with her as well. Or at least I could until she started banging all the pots and pans together. Can we get a little more passive with our aggressive here, please? It's still pretty early, you know. Tony tries to assuage her jealousy by describing himself as "the monogamy poster-boy." "What about Charmaine?" she asks, and Tony swears he didn't do anything. "You did in high school," she reminds him, and even for Carmela this Charmaine obsession seems like a bit of a stretch. Tony continues to protest his innocence (and rightly so, at least in this case), but Carmela has had it. "It's too late, all right? I don't believe anything you say anymore."
Cut to Melfi's office, where Tony is explaining his problems with Jackie Jr.. Melfi asks if he feels responsible for Meadow and the Little Lord's relationship, and Tony answers with a remark I'll not repeat here. Suffice it to say that he does, in fact, feel responsible. Tony wonders if he should tell anyone what he saw, especially since "it would break [Meadow's] heart if she knew." There's a long pause here, and then Melfi takes a deep breath before changing the subject. "I was thinking about what we were talking about last time you were here. You know, your friend who was working for the federal government? Granted, I get most of my information from the movies and Bill Kurtis, but I was thinking " Tony obviously sees this as being as much of a professional and ethical violation as I do, because he immediately gets up and stalks out without a word, slamming the door behind him.