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All Due Respect 

Tony realizes that he must take care of family messes himself in order to keep the peace within his own clan.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Meadow Soprano (as Jamie-Lynn DiScala)
Adriana La Cerva (credit only)
Janice Soprano (credit only)
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)


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 garykmcd

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Did You Know?


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 »


Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Phil has to understand that a punishment has been meted out, and what we are here for, in the end, is to provide, for our sons, our families, the future.
John 'Johnny Sack' Sacrimoni: He doesn't accept that. His family is smaller by one.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Then, my friend, it's up to you to make him accept that.
John 'Johnny Sack' Sacrimoni: Me, huh?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Let's talk, John, about the 500-pound elephant in the room, which is that you started this cycle of bloodshed when you whacked that girl Carmine used to fuck.
John 'Johnny Sack' Sacrimoni: Lorraine Caluzzo was not a girl. And what kind of a person bangs ...
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Written and performed by Van Morrison
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The finale - part 3
19 May 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

It's no easy task to match the peerless Long Term Parking, but this tragic closing episode of Season Five comes very close, putting an end to one major storyline and opening another, one that will affect the entire final season of the show.

Having ordered the murder of Adriana, Tony is already in pretty bad shape, emotionally speaking, and having his requests constantly denied by Johnny Sack doesn't do much to improve his state of mind either. Realizing neither Johnny nor Phil will stop before Tony Blundetto is undoubtedly whacked, he makes the tough decision of tracking down his beloved cousin and killing him himself, enlisting the reluctant help of his crew, all of whom think nothing will come from the boss's actions but an official war between New York and New Jersey.

As in the previous episode, the outcome is predictable to say the least, but the way the writers and director John Patterson craft the show guarantees the suspense never fades. Most notably, this is probably the bleakest 50 minutes of the season, with no humor whatsoever: even Phil's abuse of Christopher's mom at the beginning is really more disturbing than amusing, followed by a string of all but cheerful conversations right down to the tragic conclusion, which indicates Season Six will deal with some heavy stuff left in All Due Respect's violent wake.

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