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Meadow Soprano (Character)
from "The Sopranos" (1999)
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- "The Sopranos"
- Made in America (2007) TV episode, Played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler
- The Blue Comet (2007) TV episode, Played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler
- The Second Coming (2007) TV episode, Played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler
- Kennedy and Heidi (2007) TV episode, Played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler
- Walk Like a Man (2007) TV episode, Played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Tony Soprano: [in a high class restaurant] You said you wanted to be a lawyer for black people.
Meadow Soprano: Oh, that's all I said? Really? What I said was "The state can crush the individual."
Tony Soprano: New Jersey?
Meadow Soprano: The government. Specifically, the federal government.
Tony Soprano: And what about little babies? They face, uh, meningitis.
Meadow Soprano: You know what really turned me? Seeing the way Italians are treated. It's like Mom says. And if we can have our rights trampled like that, imagine what it's like for recent arrivals.
Tony Soprano: Well...
Meadow Soprano: If I hadn't seen you dragged away all those times by the FBI, then I'd probably be a boring suburban doctor.
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