||For All Debts Public And Private
||With the slowing economy affecting business, Tony invests in a potentially lucrative land deal, while Carmela frets about the family`s long-term financial security. Problems abound among Tony`s crime family as well: Uncle Junior worries about his pending RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) trial; Adriana confides in her new friend Danielle, who may be an undercover FBI agent; and Christopher sets his sights on avenging an old murder.
||Carmela finds out that Meadow plans to skip her true sophomore year and go to Europe with her friends. Carm and Tony don`t approve. Dr. Melfi convinces Tony to have Meadow see a psychologist. She gives him a name of a conventional child psychologist who tells Meadow to go to Europe.
||Bobby Baccala`s wife, Karen dies in a car accident, leaving him devistated. He confesses to Janice, who is seeing a shrink of her own, that he feels guilty for Karen`s death. He was caught in traffic because of her accident. Also, Silvio and Ralphie try to stop a protest at the Columbus Day parade.
||An enraged Johnny Sack seeks vengeance after a disparaging remark is made about his wife; Meadow considers volunteer work at the South Bronx Law Center; Furio hosts a housewarming party; Silvio and Christopher make an offer to an old-time hit man; and Tony and Carmela disagree about the family finances.
||Tony discovers he has a knack for horseracing strategy when Ralph buys a filly named "Pie-O-My." Ralph wins $40,000 and shares it with Tony. The mob boss is smitten with the filly, and his tough-guy demeanor softens whenever he`s around the animal. But at home, things are not as serene for Tony. When Carmela presents him with an irrevocable trust, he refuses to sign the document.
||Restaurateur Artie Bucco, always a sucker for a pretty face, loans money to his hostess`s brother; Anthony Jr. falls for a girl from a well-heeled family; Carmela plays matchmaker for Furio; and Tony hears some surprising news about an old associate.
||Watching Too Much Television
||Tony and Ralph disregard the advice of Carmela`s cousin, a financial adviser, about a moneymaking scheme; Adriana is getting anxious to tie the knot; Paulie finally gets out of jail.
||Mergers & Acquisitions
||Furio takes a trip to his native Italy to visit his father; Carmela explores new avenues in the investment world; Paulie dotes on his mother at Green Grove; Ralph shows off his new girlfriend.
||Whoever Did This
||Ralphie`s biological son is playing archery with a friend, and is hit by an arrow. A big loss of oxygen caused him to become a "vegetable." In another development, the stables burned down, Pie-oh-My was burned badly and was put to death. Tony thinks that this is Ralphie`s doing and whacks him. The last half of the episode is devoted to Tony and Christopher making Ralph Cifaretto "disappear."
||The Strong, Silent Type
||Dr. Melfi disagrees with Tony`s latest self-evaluation; Anthony Jr. reluctantly accompanies his mother on a visit to Furio`s; Christopher`s future may not be so rosy after all.
||Calling All Cars
||The future of Tony`s HUD scheme hangs in the balance after a sit-down with Johnny Sack; Janice`s patience with Bobby is wearing thin; Melfi interprets Tony`s dreams.
||Realizing that the only way he can get Carmela is killing Tony, an upset Furio moves back to Italy. This leaves Carmela extremely depressed. AJ and Meadow debate if a famous book has gay connotations.
||Carm is still depressed over Furio`s leaving. After a doctor`s appointment, she learns that Tony is on the waiting list to by a beach house, Whitecaps. Tony persuades the owner to drop the previous buyer and sell the house to him. Junior`s trial is thrown out because of a hung jury. Chris gets out of rehab and is ordered to hit Carmine.