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Joey sits at his desk while a couple of his men try to extract Johnny "Ducks" DeCarlo's whereabouts from his brother Frank, who won't talk. Joey laments his need to kill renegade Johnny, one of his best earners, especially at a time when the Russians are trying to steal his business. Joey tries a more "progressive" tactic with Frank, offering him Johnny's share, but Frank's silence means the interrogation continues, as Joey walks into the bar to meet Mitch. If they're going to introduce Antonio in court as the man who's framing Patrick, they'll have to establish his connection to Joey in business. Does Joey want to go on record as a mobster? Joey promises to provide evidence of a legitimate business connection. In a moment of weakness, Mitch asserts that he doesn't like any of what he's had to do as Joey's lawyer. This is not the man he is. Joey explains that he was never supposed to become head of the Morolto family. But when his father went to prison, he decided on revenge. He's not the man he wanted to be, so neither is Mitch.