UPS Guy: Sign here, please.
Aaron: Another soapbox? What the hell am I gonna do with that?
Anyway, Johnny is not happy to hear that Tony won't be killing his boss. After ranting and raving about how much he hates taking orders from Carmine and that "disgusting, fucking, cocksucking idiot son of his," Johnny also rails against Tony for leaving him "holding [his] cock," and wonders how they'll ever be able to trust each other again. "I still consider you a dear, dear friend," says Tony, but Johnny has nothing to say in response. Hmm. Looks like someone might be a wee bit pissed off by the time next season rolls around, if you ask me. Which I'm actually looking forward to, because Vincent Curatola rocks. He's definitely the best new cast member not named Pants they've ever added.
Back at Chez Soprano, Carmela is -- get this -- grating cheese. Damn, that's harsh. Funny, but harsh. Tony shuffles in carrying a duffel bag, and apologetically says that he's just there to pick up a few things. He checks the refrigerator out of sheer force of habit, but doesn't seem to find anything. He then calls AJ over from the living room so that he can make a family announcement. "I've been thinking about things," he says. "Me living out there. And I've decided it's probably not a good idea." Meadow comes downstairs at this point, and Tony makes things official by announcing that he's moving out of the media room. AJ asks if it's because he wanted to move out there with him, and Tony gently but firmly assures him that it wasn't. Carmela, however, is not at all happy to hear that AJ wanted to go with his father. Meanwhile, Meadow, who's looked incredibly nervous this whole time, pipes up to suggest that he and Carmela go back into counseling as she and AJ pile onto their father for a group hug. Carmela tries to make things better by promising that everyone will come to visit once Tony gets his own place, but the kids are already in tears, and nothing seems to help. AJ quietly asks if it's possible that they could still get back together, and Tony says yes, albeit without much conviction.