Jennifer's out for a night with the girls. They've all had a lot to drink. They get up to leave.
In the same Italian restaurant, Paulie is telling the guys how Richie beat the shit out of Beansie. Tony says he's getting tired of Richie's dual personality. The girls walk past at this point, and Silvio starts hitting on the girl in front. Tony tells him to back off. Jennifer is there at this point, and she asks Tony how he's doing. She's acting like an old goomah of Tony's, and that's how he's playing it off. Tony keeps eating and says he can't complain. He says she looks good. Silvio tells Jennifer to bring her friends back. Tony says that the women are leaving. Jennifer says that this is her first time at the restaurant and the veal is excellent. "What, are we making small talk now?" Tony asks. Jennifer walks away. The men all look. Jennifer stops on the stairs, wiggles her fingers, and says, "Toodle-oo!" She walks off. They guys all tell Tony that Jennifer's got a nice ass. "She's got nice pipe-fitter lips," Pussy says. He then brags that he can spot a good blowjob based on a woman's lips. They all goad Tony into finally telling them that Jennifer does indeed give good head, and he insists that it was a long time ago. He keeps trying to get everyone to drop the subject. Paulie holds up one hand, moves it back-and-forth, and asks, "Good?" He then uses both hands and makes vigorous head motions. "Or great?" Tony stops eating and stares at him. "Why the fuck are you busting my balls? It was a long time ago!" Paulie says he remembers every blowjob he's ever gotten. He asks Silvio if he remembers his first blowjob. Silvio says he does. Paulie asks, "How long did it take for the guy to come?" Hee. Then it gets even better when the men are laughing and Paulie turns to Tony and tells him that he asked Silvio if he remembered his first blowjob and he said, "Yeah," so he asked him how long did it take for the guy to come. Brilliant.
Close-up on Jennifer. "Toodle-fucking-oo?" She says she couldn't sleep all night, she was so embarrassed. Peter Bogdanovich is telling Jennifer that "toodle-oo" isn't such a bad thing to say. She says that's not how she talks to her patients. He says that she was being "Jennifer" at that point, and not Dr. Melfi. He asks what she saw at that table that made her want to hide the doctor side of her. She says she was hiding from a patient that she never wanted to see again. He asks if she means professionally. He says that might be why she acted like Jennifer and not a doctor. Jennifer thinks saying "toodle-oo" was her regressing into being a young girl to escape responsibility for abandoning a patient. She says she needs him to tell her that she did the right thing. He asks why she became a doctor. She says she lost a patient because of this man, and that she had to go "on the lam." Peter Bogdanovich says that treating patients from a hotel room might not have been the optimal situation here, but at least she didn't leave all of her patients. He then asks her if she really just said "lam."