Blood is shed in the power struggle between Johnny Sack and Carmine Lupertazzi Jr. when one of Carmine's loan sharks doesn't pay Johnny instead of Carmine. Feetch La Matta gets Tony's okay to take over Uncle Junior's lucrative high stakes poker game. When one of the game's regulars, Dr. Ira Fried, finds the the guests at his daughter's wedding have had their expensive foreign cars stolen, he turns to Tony for help. Tony's pretty upset when he finds out who was behind it and makes sure it doesn't happen again. AJ's grades are dropping and a visit to his school guidance counselor, Robert Wegler, doesn't give much hope for college unless his grades improve. Carmela feels she's being undermined by Tony who is always buying the boy gifts and after AJ disobeys her yet again, she lets him move in with Tony. She also gets a call from Wegler who asks her out for lunch. Tony meanwhile is still trying to woo Dr. Melfi. Written by
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Legendary pop artist Frankie Valli
makes his first of seven "Sopranos" appearances playing mobster Rusty Millio. Though Valli plays a New York City capo, the show must have felt like home since he was born and raised in an Italian neighborhood in Sopranos territory of Newark, New Jersey. See more
A.J. is in the principal's office. When he gets up from his seat, he is wearing tan khaki pants but when we cut to a shot of him leaving the office, he is wearing dark jeans. See more
[during a VIP poker game
Great tax loophole, those SUVs. Told all my clients, write it off on your business.
David Lee Roth
I used to be able to write off condoms.
LA PETITE MER
by Thierry Robin
(as Thierry "Titi" Robin) See more