Hey! It's the "Like A Virgin" video! I love that video! Okay, just kidding. It's actually Adriana trying on a wedding dress, complete with V-shaped tiara and fingerless gloves. For some reason, she's got Monica Lewinsky with her. Okay, just kidding. It's actually just a friend or a cousin or something. Although I guess if anyone would know from dresses, it'd be Monica Lewinsky. Anyway, they chat about various other weddings (including the horrible faux pas of someone not "covering [their] plate") until Adriana mentions that the only reason she's getting married now is so that she can't be called to testify. Monica, however, begs to differ with that assumption, because she once saw an episode of Murder, She Wrote where that rumor was proven to be untrue. And I guess if anyone would know about the various legalities of grand jury testimony, it'd be Monica Lewinsky.
Cut to a sleazy law office, where a lawyer basically tells Adriana that she can, in fact, be called to testify against her husband. The only thing worth really caring about in this scene is the FDNY hat Adriana is wearing, and that's only because it's entirely possible that it was my father who sold it to the prop department. Hi, Dad!
At the Bing, Silvio is paying out the profits from the scam to Boon and Vondie. He mentions that Tony has graciously rounded up their take to $60,000 each. As they pocket their envelopes and head for the door, Boon is feeling nostalgic. "Do you ever feel bad about any of this?" he asks. "When I think about where we started out " Vondie has a slightly more practical view of the situation. "You cut corners, but you help out," he rationalizes. "Do the best you can. Hey, if it ain't us, it's gonna be somebody else. What are we supposed to be? The only honest men?" Boon still can't shake the feeling that he's failed at being a liberal, and the fact that this entire conversation is taking place while naked women are being oppressed and dehumanized on the stage behind him probably isn't helping. I know it's certainly not helping my concentration. "We were going to lead a revolution," he says. "The revolution got sold," replies Vondie, before referencing the Beatles appearance in an H&R Block commercial. I can't believe they passed up the chance to go meta by having him say "the revolution will not be televised," instead. That song kicks ass. The scene ends with Boon ogling Foreshadowing's silicone-enhanced breasts as he says, "Sometimes I feel like I should be punished." Be careful what you wish for, my friend. Be very, very careful.