Carmela asks Tony to invest in some stock and sign papers for a life insurance trust. Tony's accountant advises against it because the advantages only affect Carmela if Tony dies. Tony relents on the stock and tells her to buy, but she announces that it has been split and they missed the chance.
Adriana La Cerva is unhappy that her club, The Crazy Horse, is now being used as a meeting place for various mob associates. This has not gone unnoticed by her FBI handlers, who continue to pressure her for information. She also grows extremely paranoid of her informant identity becoming known, although in reality it is oblivious as it can be to Tony and the others.
Janice Soprano has taken an interest in Bobby Baccalieri. She interferes in a conversation between the new widower and JoJo Palmice and then gives the dinner that JoJo had made for Bobby to Junior Soprano. Janice also takes credit for Carmela's lasagna and tries to get Bobby to focus more on his work. After Janice tells him that Junior is counting on him, Bobby meets with a union representative and intimidates him into changing his vote in an upcoming election.
Meanwhile, Uncle Junior catches the report of his court appearance on TV. He is displeased at the unflattering likeness painted by the court artist, and the next day in the courtroom fixes him with an intimidating stare.
With veterinarian's fees for Pie-O-My cutting into its winnings, Ralph refuses to do anything one night when the horse becomes sick and needs help. Once word gets to Tony, he rushes to the stables and pays the vet, who had been withholding treatment until his bill was settled. Tony tells him that he'd better hope the horse "makes it." He then goes into the stall, sits with the animal and comfortingly strokes her neck, telling her that everything will be all right.