Stan assigns Marshall to serve as a technical advisor on the remaking of a training video for the U.S. Marshals Witness Protection Inspectors, which of course Marshall is thrilled to do. But when Marshall is informed that the son of one of his witnesses has died, Stan puts Mary on the project. As much as Mary doesn't want to be hassled with the video, she also doesn't want it to be done as badly as it was thirty years ago. However, getting the by-the-book Human Resources Administrator for the Marshals Service and his video director to take her suggestions isn't going to be an easy task.
The job that Marshall is now saddled with isn't going to be any stroll in the park either. He's got to tell Joey "Tanks" Tancredi-one of the original twenty mafia witnesses who broke Omerta and entered the program when it was first established-that his forty-nine year-old-son whom Joe hasn't seen in thirty-eight years has passed away from cancer. Joe requests a visit home to attend the funeral but unfortunately that kind of expense is not in the WITSEC budget. Joe decides to quit the program in order to make the trip on his own dime. Feeling sorry for the old guy, Marshall tells Stan he's going to take a couple of vacation days so that he can accompany Joe to Philly. Bobby D., who has figured out that the guy mopping the floors of his favorite bar is one of the original mobsters, offers to tag along on the road trip.
Now that he's quit baseball, Raphael has way too much time on his hands. Brandi suggests that Peter give Raph a job at one of his car dealerships. Mary isn't quite sold on that idea...or the fact that soon Raphael will be moving into her house once they are married.