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Meadow Soprano (Character)
from "The Sopranos" (1999)

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"The Sopranos: Made in America (#6.21)" (2007)
Patrick Parisi: [to Paulie] Ay, we were discussing Dreamgirls. You see it?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: You people are fucked. You're living in a dream. And you still sit here talking about the fucking Oscars? "What rough beast slouches toward Bethlehem to be born?"
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Huh?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: Yeets.
Meadow Soprano: A.J...
Tom Giglione: Yeats?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: The world... Don't you see it? I mean, Bush let Al-Qaeda escape...
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Oh!
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: ...in the mountains? Then he has us invade some other country?
Jason Gervasi: Let's join up, go kill some fuckin' terrorists.
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: It's more noble than watching these jack-off fantasies on TV of how we're kickin' their ass!

Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: "In the midst of death, we are in life", huh? Or is it the other way around?
Meadow Soprano: I think it's the other way around.
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Either version, you're halfway up the ass.

Tony Soprano: 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.

Carmela Soprano: [to Meadow] See you Thursday
Meadow Soprano: [to Tony] Hi
Tony Soprano: [to Meadow] Where you going I just got here
Meadow Soprano: I'm really late meeting Patrick in the city,
Carmela Soprano: She smelled that odor too
Tony Soprano: your remodeling will fix all that
Carmela Soprano: Maybe it's toxic maybe we shouldn't be breathing it
Tony Soprano: It's not toxic, the odor is what? 90 years old? Its piss
Carmela Soprano: I've got to get home
Tony Soprano: I'm working on it
Carmela Soprano: I went to see Sil and Gab,oh my God
Tony Soprano: Yeah
Carmela Soprano: [Watching walk AJ walk Rhiannon to the door] Are you being careful? This kind of bothers me
Tony Soprano: What's she going to do? She should use the back door, wouldn't kick her out of bed for purging cookies
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: Real funny, we're just friends
Tony Soprano: I know, nice work
Carmela Soprano: She's a model
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: She's doing some modeling, she's a junior in high school
Carmela Soprano: What?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: She's quitting modeling anyway she's tired of being exploited
Tony Soprano: Did you help your mother take the carpets outside? Put them in the sun?
Carmela Soprano: He did
Tony Soprano: Uncle Bobby's funeral is finally set, Thursday we're going to be there
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: How's that supposed to work? We're all in DEFCON 4, living in separate houses, we're going to stand out in the open at a cemetery?
Carmela Soprano: There's always a large FBI presence

Meadow Soprano: She had one American Idol
Barbara Giglione: No
Tom Giglione: Jennifer Hudson? Absolutely
Jason Parisi: Jason G was winner of Italian American Idol he could say "fuck" in one sentence than any other contestant
Meadow Soprano: Uncle Paulie come sit down
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Yeah I'll sit with you I'm young at heart right? Who are you dear?
Tara Zincone: Tara Zincone Bobby's niece
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: My condolences, I've lost two dear friends
Jason Parisi: Sil's hanging on
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: I lost Ma last month you can take 2007 and give it back to the Indians
Meadow Soprano: I'm sorry
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: What are going to do? Life goes on
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: It's like America
Jason Parisi: What about it?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: This is still where people come to make it, it's a beautiful idea and what do they get? Bling? Come on's for shit they don't need and can't afford?
Tara Zincone: You're all over the place I don't know what you're trying to say

Tony Soprano: How many fucking times I've told you it's an SUV watch where you park off road the Cadillac converter and the dry vegetation
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: I didn't see the leaves
Tony Soprano: You can grill fucking steaks on that converter, I told you!
Carmela Soprano: If there was children playing in those leaves, you'd run them over?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: I guess?
Tony Soprano: You're going to get cute now?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: I was just answering her question
Meadow Soprano: Dad, he wasn't being funny
Tony Soprano: You mind your own God damn business, unless you want some of this too
Meadow Soprano: [Meadow leaves the room] Mr. Fat mouth
Tony Soprano: What'd you say?
Carmela Soprano: What was going through your mind?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: What do you want from me? I am depressed, I'm supposed to be looking for piles of leaves?
Tony Soprano: You want to get depressed? Thirty thousand dollars for that car
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: Isn't that what we have insurance for?
Carmela Soprano: Excuse me? You're not getting another one
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: Actually that's good it'll force me to take the bus
Carmela Soprano: What?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: We have to break our dependence on foreign oil

Donna Parisi: A man took his horse to a vet and the vet says to him, "Why do you have a long face?"
Patsy Parisi: The horse asks, there's no vet.
Donna Parisi: Right, a horse goes to a vet and the vet looks at his face and says to him, "My friend."
Patsy Parisi: A horse goes to the doctor, the doctor asks, "Why the long face?" She can't tell jokes
Tony Soprano: Speaking of jokers, where's that other son of yours today?
Donna Parisi: I didn't think he was invited.
Carmela Soprano: I just think with all the wedding talk.
Tony Soprano: That pal of his, the other Jason I heard he ran into some trouble, Carlo's Jason.
Donna Parisi: He's a mess.
Patsy Parisi: Alright.
Tony Soprano: Well, he's got no shortage of lawyers here, only this one here would only take the case for free.
[referring to Meadow]
Patrick Parisi: That's why we want her there at Groupman, Groupman and Kerseyo, actually Med and I had some conversations and we may still snag her at the firm when she's done with law school.
Carmela Soprano: No kidding?
Meadow Soprano: We went out to dinner Steven Groupman and the subject came up.
Patrick Parisi: Steven was very impressed with her work at the Law Center, even got into starting salaries, he was talking one seventy.
Tony Soprano: Jesus, sweetheart that's fantastic.
Meadow Soprano: He hadn't had too much to drink.
Patrick Parisi: Don't devalue yourself, we've got a really interesting case right now we're defending James Trofolio the County Commissioner and those corruption charges.
Donna Parisi: [to Patrick] is that your case?
Patrick Parisi: He's got bag men, whores it's fascinating.

Meadow Soprano: To what do I owe this chance to go sake bombing?
Tony Soprano: We used to have dinner all the time now you're getting married my chances are flying by, so your brother, our little soldier boy what do you think is wrong with the gagootz?
Meadow Soprano: The world is a sad fucked up place


"The Sopranos: College (#1.5)" (1999)
Meadow Soprano: Are you in the Mafia?
Tony Soprano: Am I in the what?
Meadow Soprano: Whatever you want to call it. Organized crime.
Tony Soprano: That's total crap, who told you that?
Meadow Soprano: Dad, I've lived in the house all my life. I've seen the police come with warrants. I've seen you going out at three in the morning.
Tony Soprano: So you never seen Doc Cusamano going out at three in the morning on a call?
Meadow Soprano: Did the Cusamano kids ever find $50,000 in krugerrandts and a .45 automatic while they were hunting for Easter eggs?
Tony Soprano: I'm in the waste management business. Everybody immediately assumes you're mobbed up. It's a stereotype. And it's offensive. And you're the last person I would want to perpetuate it... There is no Mafia.
Meadow Soprano: Fine.
Tony Soprano: Alright look, Mead, you're a grown woman, almost. Some of my money comes from illegal gambling and whatnot. How does that make you feel?
Meadow Soprano: At least you don't keep denying it, like Mom. Kids in school think it's actually kinda neat.
Tony Soprano: They seen "The Godfather", right?
Meadow Soprano: Not really. "Casino" we like, Sharon Stone, the 70's clothes, pills...
Tony Soprano: I'm not asking about those bums. I'm asking about you.
Meadow Soprano: Sometimes I wish you were like other dads. But then, like... Mr. Scangarelo for example? An advertising executive for big tobacco. Or lawyers? So many dads are full of shit.
Tony Soprano: Oh, and I'm not.
Meadow Soprano: You finally told the truth about this.
Tony Soprano: Look, Mead, part of my income comes from legitimate businesses, stock market...
Meadow Soprano: Look, Dad, please, okay? Don't start mealy-mouthing.

Tony Soprano: There was a time, Mead, when the Italian people didn't have a lot of options.
Meadow Soprano: You mean like Mario Cuomo?
[Tony stares at her]
Meadow Soprano: Sorry.
Tony Soprano: You know I put food on the table. My father was in it. My uncle was in it. Maybe I was too lazy to think for myself. To consider myself... A rebel. Maybe being a rebel in my family would have been selling patio furniture on route 22.


"The Sopranos: Army of One (#3.13)" (2001)
[Meadow reproves her cousin for making careless accusatory comments about how Jackie Jr. died]
Meadow Soprano: Our dads are in the garbage business, and it's always good for a laugh. And, yeah, they brush up against organised crime. But, do you think they control every slime ball and illegal gun in like a hundred communities? I can't believe you would say this in front of an outsider! Jesus Christ, some loyalty?


"The Sopranos: Fortunate Son (#3.3)" (2001)
Meadow Soprano: [on the phone] Is dad there?
Carmela Soprano: He's out back by the grill.
Meadow Soprano: Burning a cross?


"The Sopranos: I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (#1.13)" (1999)
Meadow Soprano: Dad, give it up. We're not gonna make it to aunt patty's. Dad, hello. We're not gonna make it to aunt patty's.
Tony Soprano: Why did i buy a goddamn off road vehicle?
A.J. Soprano: To waste petrochemical resources?


"The Sopranos: Isabella (#1.12)" (1999)
Meadow Soprano: They almost killed you for a stupid car.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I guess nobody told them about the kind of gas mileage that thing gets, huh mead?


"The Sopranos: Boca (#1.9)" (1999)
Meadow Soprano: [Upset that Allie almost killed herself over their soccer coach and pissed at him] Fuck you!
Coach Donald 'Don' Hauser: Soprano! Run laps around the goal NOW!
Meadow Soprano: No fucking way!
Silvio Dante: [Really pissed at Meadow and starts towards her] Meadow don't make me tell your dad! Run the laps NOW!
[She goes knowing if she crosses Sil she is in deep trouble]


"The Sopranos: Nobody Knows Anything (#1.11)" (1999)
Meadow Soprano: This country's light-years behind the rest of the world. Most civilized countries have legalized prostitution.
Tony Soprano: Don't you got somewhere to be?
Meadow Soprano: I mean, it's a joke. Look what they're putting the President through.
Carmela Soprano: He deserved what he got.
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: He got Monica Kaczynski and the broad with the long nose.
Meadow Soprano: I just don't think sex should be a punishable offense.
Tony Soprano: You know honey, that's where I agree with you. I don't think sex should be a punishable offense either. But I do think talking about sex at the breakfast table is a punishable offense. So no more sex talk, OK?
Meadow Soprano: It's the 90s. Parents are supposed to discuss sex with their children.
Tony Soprano: Yeah, but that's where you're wrong. You see out there it's the 1990s but in this house it's 1954.
[points to the window]
Tony Soprano: 1990s.
[points to the floor]
Tony Soprano: 1954. So now and forever, I don't want to hear any more sex talk, OK?


"The Sopranos: Funhouse (#2.13)" (2000)
Meadow Soprano: My friends don't judge me. And fuck them if they do, I'll cut them off.