There's a good deal of grumbling among Tony's crew over the position has put them in. He visits Paulie so they can air out their feelings but is shocked to see the altered portrait of himself and Pie-O-My hanging on the wall. He realizes that he has to go ahead with his plan to eliminate his cousin, Tony Blundetto in spite of Johnny Sack's warning that it will not stop Phil Leotardo from seeking revenge. When the deed is done he goes to Johnny's home and makes the peace between the two families. They have some surprise visitors that cuts their meeting short. At home, AJ finally shows some interest and a bit of enthusiasm in an unexpected area. Written by
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This episode includes the father-son team of Frank Vincent
and Anthony Vincent
: the former plays Phil Leotardo, while the latter performs as a stuntman. Son Anthony would also do stunt work in Season 6's "Remember When" episode. See more
When the group is gathered together around the table celebrating Raymond Curto's birthday, Larry Barese makes a toast in Raymond's honor. The guys all join him in the toast by wishing him "Buon Natale". This is incorrect, because "Buon Natale" is an Italian phrase which means Merry Christmas. The correct toast should have been "Buon Compleanno", which is the correct Italian phrase for Happy Birthday. See more
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Mr. Tambourine Man
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Ryan McHugh & The Shining Stars Children See more